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Monday, March 12 • 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Design Sprint: School-Wide Personalized Learning Implementation

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While personalized learning promises exciting results for students, it takes a lot of intentional design and nuts-and-bolts work to put in place. Fortunately, there are models and lessons that educators can learn from as they make plans to transition to personalized learning in their schools. Using Rhode Island's Lighthouse Schools Challenge as a model, this session will bring participants through a "design sprint" to create an implementation plan for school-wide personalized learning. During the sprint, students enrolled in RI's Lighthouse Schools will support and enhance participants' efforts by sharing insights and reflecting on the effectiveness of the plans being implemented in their own schools.

Through this session, participants will (1) strengthen their understanding of the core elements of a successful plan for school-wide personalized learning, (2) develop prototypes of these core elements, and (3)
be able to identify challenges and successes of three different personalized learning implementation models: project-based learning, blended learning, and pathways created with student voice.


Andrew Anderson

Barrington Middle School
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Paula Dillon

Assistant Superintendent, Barrington Public Schools
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Maureen Dizon

Manager, Personalized Learning Initiative, RI Office of Innovation
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Daniela Fairchild

Director of Education, RI Office of Innovation

Rebecca Henderson

STEAM Studio teacher, Barrington Middle School

Shawn Henderson

8th Grade Science Teacher, Barrington Middle School

Isabel Holguin

360 High School
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Kerry Tuttlebee

Principal, 360 High School

Monday March 12, 2018 1:45pm - 3:00pm EDT
554 - Convention Center