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NEASC Annual Conference and Showcase
Dates: December 5-6, 2019
Location: Marriott Hotel, One Burlington Mall Road, Burlington, MA 01803 USA
www.neasc.org/conference 
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Thursday, December 5 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Getting Actionable: Bringing the Vision of the Graduate to Life

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The vision of the graduate is a game-changer for schools across New England. By implementing this key part of the 2020 Standards, teachers and leaders can take practical steps to build schools of the future. This workshop will provide actionable, purposeful, and intentional strategies that educators can adapt or adopt in order to 1.) design a student-led process to define the vision of the graduate, 2.) create a reimagined rubric to assess student/whole-school achievement of the vision of the graduate, 3.) establish non-traditional learning experiences that allow students to practice the skills of the vision of the graduate, and 4.) communicate the vision of the graduate with the community. Join this workshop not only to learn these strategies but also to see how a design-thinking mindset can empower the Standards of Accreditation to drive your school’s innovation and improvement.  You can access our presentation website at www.neasc2019.weebly.com.

Speakers
avatar for Mary Anne Moran

Mary Anne Moran

Educator, Nipmuc
Mary Anne Moran is Principal of Nipmuc Regional High School in Upton, Massachusetts. She began her career as an elementary educator and quickly made her way to the secondary level. She has been a member of the Nipmuc community for the last 16 years transitioning to the role of assistant... Read More →
avatar for John Clements

John Clements

Educator, Nipmuc Regional High School
John Clements is Co-Principal of Nipmuc Regional High School. He began his career at Nipmuc 21 years ago as an English teacher. He spent seven years as an assistant principal and is currently in his ninth year as principal. Mr. Clements is passionate about evolving education to meet... Read More →
avatar for Paul K. Smith

Paul K. Smith

Superintendent of Schools, East Hampton Public Schools
Paul K. Smith is the Superintendent of Schools in East Hampton, Connecticut. Paul holds degrees from Boston University, the Eastman School of Music (University of Rochester) and University of Connecticut. Paul began his career teaching music for 15 years in Massachusetts and Connecticut... Read More →
avatar for Mary Clark

Mary Clark

Director of Curriculum and Instruction, East Hampton Public Schools
Mary E. Clark is the Director of Curriculum and Instruction in East Hampton, Connecticut. Mary holds degrees from Providence College, Simmons University and University of New England. Mary began her teaching career in Wellesley, Massachusetts as a middle school social studies teacher... Read More →



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