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Tuesday, March 13 • 10:30am - 11:45am
CANCELED: How Do I Do That?: Developing Student Agency in the Proficiency-Based Classroom

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This session will focus particularly on the student corner of the instructional core triangle. To successfully implement proficiency-based learning, student agency must be cultivated among individual students and teachers, as well as embedded throughout the school’s practices and systems. Participants in this session will learn about the central strategies that Lake Region High School has developed to increase student agency as we transition to a proficiency-based system: self-evaluation, goal-setting, and reflection; feedback and conferencing; unit- and lesson-planning; and standard operating procedures.

Through a mix of whole-group, small-group, and personalized experiences, session participants will build knowledge and explore resources to grow student agency in each of these areas. Participants will identify, discuss, and review elements of instructional practice that build student responsibility and agency, and will walk away with resources to apply their learning in their own classrooms.


Ian Carlson

English/Language Arts Teacher, Lake Region High School

Jessica DiBiase

Teacher, Lake Region High School
I am interested in proficiency based education, I am a social studies teacher who teaching in a humanities team with an english teacher

Christina Gaumont

teacher, MSAD # 61 Lake Region High School

Erik Good

Principal, Lake Region High School
What we are working on actively: Curriculum revision (especially, mapping and unit and assessment tuning); Core values and beliefs articulation and infusion into school planning; Converting from weighted average grade reporting to proficiency based grade reporting

Cameron LePage

Lake Region High School
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Ryan Williams

English/Humanities Teacher, Lake Region High School

Tuesday March 13, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am EDT