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Save the Date: Perspectives and Promising Practices in Personalized Learning

June 8, 2019 - 8:30am
Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center (The MET), 325 Public Street, Providence, RI

Time: 8:30am-3:30pm

You are invited to join us at the MET School, a renowned hub of innovative teaching and learning to learn with fellow classroom educators, students, parents and community organizations from across RI and MA about promising practices in creating personalized, student-centered learning environments in our classrooms, schools and districts, for students ranging from pre-k to post secondary education. Formal agenda to follow but will include keynote, workshops and self-guided break out sessions. Light breakfast and lunch provided. 

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Speakers include:

Educator and non-profit-led workshops include:

  • Megara Bell: Birds and the Bees: Best Practices for Your Sex Ed Program 
  • Ashley Craig: Small Adjustments Make a Big Impact: Meeting the Needs of All Learners
  • Paul Degenkolb: Engaging Haitian Students and their Families
  • Gaines Johnson: Embracing Innovative Learning Models
  • Becky Jontos: The Responsive Classroom Approach to Academic Choice
  • Kyle Quadros: Addressing Trauma in the Classroom
  • Kristen Rhodes Beland: Literature is Bigger than Common Core; It is Your Guide to Building Strong SEL
  • Beccy Siddons’ student advisory: It’s My Education! Met Students Lead Conversations on Personalized Learning
  • Raymond Steinmetz: Increasing Voice and Collaboration in the Math Classroom
  • Ariel Maloney and Tanya Trayer: Making the Classics Come Alive: Experiential Learning in the ELA classroom
  • Jodie Woodruff: Engaging Youth with Motivating Entrepreneurial Thought
  • Bill WilmotUniversal Design for Learning as an Avenue for Deep Personalization​