Five Principles of Personalized Learning
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Getting Personalized  Learning Right: A Webinar Series

Starting this January, CCE's Essential Personalized Learning team will present a complimentary five-part webinar series exploring the Five Principles of Personalized Learning in depth. Learn how you can lead equitable transformation in your school using these key principles. 

CCE Brings Performance
Assessment Micro-credentials to Rhode Island, Kentucky, and Georgia

The Center for Collaborative Education is happy to announce the receipt of a grant from the Assessment for Learning Project to move forward with Phase Two of the Performance Assessment Micro-credentials Pilot. CCE will be partnering with the Center for Teaching Quality to help teachers successfully design and implement competency-based performance assessment in their schools. In Phase Two, we'll be working with school  districts in Rhode Island, Kentucky, and Georgia. 

Beyond Standardized Tests:
Assessing Learning and School Quality for Student Success

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 from 8 AM to 10 AM
Omni Parker House, Boston MA 

Join the Massachusetts Consortium of Innovative Education Assessment (MCIEA) to learn about their innovative approach to assessment and accountability that includes performance assessments and multiple measures of school quality. This event is co-hosted by MCIEA, the Rennie Center, and the Center for Collaborative Education.  A complimentary continental breakfast will be served. 

Resource: LANALP's 6 Habits of Mind 

The 6 Habits of Mind play an integral role in the Los Angeles New Administrators Leadership Program (LANALP) team's coaching practice. These 6 habits are crucial for successful school administration that is equitable and embraces social justice. 

The Most Popular Blog Posts of 2017

Beyond Test Scores: Introducing the MCIEA School Quality Measures by James Noonan

MCIEA Project Director James Noonan introduces the School Quality Measures, a new measurement system that provides more nuance and authenticity when gauging school performance. 

Creating Equitable and Curiosity-Filled Classrooms through Students' Questions by Andrew P. Minigan

Andrew Minigan of the Right Question Institute shows how the Question Formulation Technique helps students form questions to help drive their learning. 

James Noonan shows how standardized testing contributes to school segregation, and how MCIEA's School Quality Measures framework seeks to change that. 

Christy Kingham at the Young Women's Leadership School of Astoria in New York shares how her school made the shift to a mastery-based model that gives students a variety of opportunities to master their skills. 

EPL Program Director Diana Lebeaux shows how even the most highly-constrained schools can redesign their schedule to better suit students' needs. 
This Month On the Blog

On Performance Assessment

You Want a New Model of Accountability? It's Time to Organize!  by Dan French

On Leadership Development 

On Culturally Responsive Practice

"Changing the Narratives that Sustain Injustice" for Boys of Color   by Rosann Tung
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