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Monday, March 12
 

TBA

8:30am

1:00pm

1:45pm

Partnering with Parents to Cultivate a Vibrant School Community BlackstoneThe Learning Community (RI) • Sarah Friedman “But I Have 120 Students on My Roster!”: Building Partnerships with Families in Secondary Schools 5571647 Families (MA) • Elizabeth Canada Purposeful Design: Key Decision Points in Proficiency-Based Learning Implementation    555 AMontpelier Public Schools (VT) • Michael Martin Breaking With Tradition: The Shift to Competency-Based Learning in PLCs 551 BSanborn Regional High School (NH) • Brian Stack Design Sprint: School-Wide Personalized Learning Implementation 554Rhode Island Office of Innovation (RI) • Daniela Fairchild Learning to See: Transforming how parents, students, and community members respond to inequities ProvidenceGreat Schools Partnership (ME) • Christina Horner • Steve Sell Community Engagement During a Time of Change: Lessons and Tools for Inclusive District Decision-Making RotundaEssex Westford School District (VT) • Susan McCormack Co-Teaching Across Pedagogy: Lessons from a Special Ed-Gen Ed Partnership 556 BBaxter Academy (ME) • Kelly Orr Grading and Reporting: What have we learned? South CountryGreat Schools Partnership (ME) • Reed Dyer • Don Weafer How a Suburban High School is Engaging its Students, Staff, and Parents in Improving Equity 555 BFairfield Warde High School (CT) • Richard Novack • Deirdra Preis, Ed.D How Do I Do That?: Developing Student Agency in the Proficiency-Based Classroom Newport/WashingtonLake Region High School (ME) • Erik Good Making Mastery Meaningful: Opportunities for Authentic Feedback in Proficiency-Based and Project-Based Learning 551 ANew Tech Network (CA) • Stacia Snow Reading: The Ultimate Personalization and Differentiation Tool in the World Language Classroom 550F.W. Parker Charter Essential School (MA) • Mandy Levine Working Smarter, Not Harder: Harnessing the Power of Formative Assessment 552 BR.W. Traip Academy (ME) • Jessica Pearson “The Future of Learning is Yours”: Personalization through Student-Designed Projects 553Westerly High School (RI) • Tony Lementowicz NH Extended Learning Opportunities: Models for Success 552 ANewfound Regional High School (NH) • Amy Yeakel Learning Through Internships at The Met High School 556 AThe Met High School (RI) • Arthur Baraf Student-Designed Learning: A Moral Imperative for Our Students, a Revolution for Our Nation Bristol/KentWindsor Locks Public Schools (CT) • Susan Bell

3:30pm

Engaging Students in Their Own Learning: Rhode Island Youth Perspectives RotundaRhode Island Kids Count (RI) • Stephanie Geller Partnering with Parents to Cultivate a Vibrant School Community BlackstoneThe Learning Community (RI) • Sarah Friedman Unpacking the Power of Family Partnerships South CountryCenter for Youth and Community Leadership in Education (RI) • Keith Catone Why Community Conversations Should Matter and How They Can Drive High School Redesign 550Winooski School District (VT) • Tori Cleiland “But I Have 120 Students on My Roster!”: Building Partnerships with Families in Secondary Schools 5571647 Families (MA) • Elizabeth Canada Deep, Wide, and Under Construction: A K–16 Proficiency Partnership 551 BUniversity of Maine at Presque Isle (ME) • Alana Margeson Purposeful Design: Key Decision Points in Proficiency-Based Learning Implementation    555 AMontpelier Public Schools (VT) • Michael Martin Co-Teaching Across Pedagogy: Lessons from a Special Ed-Gen Ed Partnership 556 BBaxter Academy (ME) • Kelly Orr How a Suburban High School is Engaging its Students, Staff, and Parents in Improving Equity 555 BFairfield Warde High School (CT) • Richard Novack • Deirdra Preis, Ed.D Increasing Equity for ELL Students in School Reform Efforts ProvidenceGreat Schools Partnership (ME) • Erin Dukeshire • Michelle Milstein Making Mastery Meaningful: Opportunities for Authentic Feedback in Proficiency-Based and Project-Based Learning 551 ANew Tech Network (CA) • Stacia Snow Student-Designed Learning: A Moral Imperative for Our Students, a Revolution for Our Nation Bristol/KentWindsor Locks Public Schools (CT) • Susan Bell • Sharon Cournoyer Work the Problem: Escape the Middle Ages 554Westbrook High School (ME) • Kelli Deveaux Working Smarter, Not Harder: Harnessing the Power of Formative Assessment 552 BR.W. Traip Academy (ME) • Jessica Pearson “The Future of Learning is Yours”: Personalization through Student-Designed Projects 553Westerly High School (RI) • Tony Lementowicz NH Extended Learning Opportunities: Models for Success 552 ANewfound Regional High School (NH) • Amy Yeakel Learning Through Internships at The Met High School 556 AThe Met High School (RI) • Arthur Baraf Seeing Is Believing: Transforming A Community Through Next Generation Learning Newport/WashingtonColorado Springs School District (CO) • Scott Fuller

4:45pm

 
Tuesday, March 13
 

8:00am

8:45am

Why Community Conversations Should Matter and How They Can Drive High School Redesign 554Winooski School District (VT) • Tori Cleiland Deep, Wide, and Under Construction: A K–16 Proficiency Partnership 551 AUniversity of Maine at Presque Isle (ME) • Alana Margeson Leveraging Change in Large Districts Newport/WashingtonGreat Schools Partnership (ME) • Craig Kesselheim • Katie Thompson Reducing Freshman Failure Rate: Skowhegan Area High School's BARR Success 556 ASkowhegan Area High School (ME) • Jason Bellerose • Louella Grindle • Daniel Riley Breaking With Tradition: The Shift to Competency-Based Learning in PLCs BlackstoneSanborn Regional High School (NH) • Brian Stack Community Council: Student-Centric Leadership South CountrySouhegan High School (NH) • Melody Chen How Do I Spend My Days as a School Change Leader? ProvidenceGreat Schools Partnership (ME) • Ted Hall • Angela Hardy Increasing Curiosity: Teaching Students to Ask Better Questions 555 BThe Right Question Institute (MA) • Luz Santana P2BL: Initial experience with Project and Proficiency-Based Learning in a Vermont Middle School 557U-32 High School (VT) Report Card Redesign: A Growth Model 550Naugatuck Public Schools (CT) • Caroline Messenger STEM and ELL: Collaboration to Support All Learners in the Sciences Bristol/KentCasco Bay High School (ME) • Mallory Haar • Brooke Teller Teaching in Two Worlds: Building + Maintaining Standards-Based Curriculum in a Traditional Grading Environment 551 BSmithfield Senior High School (RI) • Vin Zibelli From the Vermont Statehouse to Australia: Thinking Outside the Classroom with ELOs and Proficiencies 553Big Picture South Burlington High School (VT) • Kevin Downey How to Change the World: A Student-Led, Traveling Course on Civic Engagement RotundaCentral Falls (RI) • Seth Kolker The Best from Everyone: Cross-Curricular Projects that Engage Students, Colleagues, and Community 555 AYarmouth High School (ME) • Holly Houston Leveraging High School PLCs and Organizational Structures to Support Mastery-Based Learning 552 BBolton High School (CT) • Jennifer Carvalho Seeing Is Believing: Transforming A Community Through Next Generation Learning 556 BColorado Springs School District (CO) • Scott Fuller Teach For Equity: Using Communities of Practice to Ensure Success for All Students 552 ABusiness Innovation Factory (RI) • Jessica Brown

10:30am

Reducing Freshman Failure Rate: Skowhegan Area High School's BARR Success 556 ASkowhegan Area High School (ME) • Jason Bellerose • Louella Grindle • Daniel Riley Design Sprint: School-Wide Personalized Learning Implementation 552 BRhode Island Office of Innovation (RI) • Daniela Fairchild Personalized Learning by Design: Design Thinking Our Way to Innovative Programming 554Leland and Gray Union Middle and High School (VT) • Erin Cohn • Bob Thibault When Grit Isn't Enough 551 ACenter for Artistry and Scholarship (MA) • Linda Nathan Community Council: Student-Centric Leadership South CountrySouhegan High School (NH) • Melody Chen Community Engagement During a Time of Change: Lessons and Tools for Inclusive District Decision-Making 556 BEssex Westford School District (VT) • Susan McCormack How Do I Do That?: Developing Student Agency in the Proficiency-Based Classroom RotundaLake Region High School (ME) • Erik Good Increasing Curiosity: Teaching Students to Ask Better Questions 555 BThe Right Question Institute (MA) • Luz Santana P2BL: Initial experience with Project and Proficiency-Based Learning in a Vermont Middle School 557U-32 High School (VT) Putting Students in Charge: An ELO Model Designed to Fit within Your Classroom Curriculum 555 AWinnacunnet High School (NH) • Donna Couture Report Card Redesign: A Growth Model 550Naugatuck Public Schools (CT) • Caroline Messenger STEM and ELL: Collaboration to Support All Learners in the Sciences Bristol/KentCasco Bay High School (ME) • Mallory Haar • Brooke Teller Supporting Educators of Color ProvidenceGreat Schools Partnership (ME) • Nicole Bradeen • Ken Templeton Teaching in Two Worlds: Building + Maintaining Standards-Based Curriculum in a Traditional Grading Environment 551 BSmithfield Senior High School (RI) • Vin Zibelli The Power of Culturally Responsive Mastery Practices Newport/WashingtonMastery Collaborative - NYC Department of Education (NY) • Joy Nolan What Can We Learn from Coaches, Conductors, and Artists? 553Ellington Middle School (CT) • David Pearson Teach For Equity: Using Communities of Practice to Ensure Success for All Students 552 ABusiness Innovation Factory (RI) • Jessica Brown NESSC Council Meeting BlackstoneNESSC Council

1:15pm

Bridging the Gap in Education: A Personalized Approach to Public/Private Partnerships 556 AMoses Brown School (RI) • Gara Field Unpacking the Power of Family Partnerships 556 BCenter for Youth and Community Leadership in Education (RI) • Keith Catone NCAA Eligibility Center Overview and Updates ProvidenceNick Sproull Personalized Learning by Design: Design Thinking Our Way to Innovative Programming 554Leland and Gray Union Middle and High School (VT) • Erin Cohn • Bob Thibault When Grit Isn't Enough 551 ACenter for Artistry and Scholarship (MA) • Linda Nathan Putting Students in Charge: An ELO Model Designed to Fit within Your Classroom Curriculum 555 AWinnacunnet High School (NH) • Donna Couture Reading: The Ultimate Personalization and Differentiation Tool in the World Language Classroom 550F.W. Parker Charter Essential School (MA) • Mandy Levine The Power of Culturally Responsive Mastery Practices Newport/WashingtonMastery Collaborative - NYC Department of Education (NY) • Joy Nolan What Can We Learn from Coaches, Conductors, and Artists? 553Ellington Middle School (CT) • David Pearson Where is the Room in a Proficiency Based System for Special Education Students? RotundaGreat Schools Partnership (ME) • Mo Nunez • Becky Wilusz Work the Problem: Escape the Middle Ages 555 BWestbrook High School (ME) • Kelli Deveaux From the Vermont Statehouse to Australia: Thinking Outside the Classroom with ELOs and Proficiencies 557Big Picture South Burlington High School (VT) • Kevin Downey How to Change the World: A Student-Led, Traveling Course on Civic Engagement 552 ACentral Falls (RI) • Seth Kolker The Best from Everyone: Cross-Curricular Projects that Engage Students, Colleagues, and Community 552 BYarmouth High School (ME) • Holly Houston Leveraging High School PLCs and Organizational Structures to Support Mastery-Based Learning 551 BBolton High School (CT) • Jennifer Carvalho