EduvateRI Consultancy Protocol with 360 High School: March 29, 4:00PM-5:30PM
Highlander Institute, 166 Valley Street, Providence RI 02908
We know the power of crowd-sourcing solutions: Different perspectives lead to different solutions and ideas. Even simply stating your problems of practice out loud allows you to see them in new lights.
Consultancy Protocols through EduvateRI are designed to support our local schools and districts engage a diverse community of education stakeholders to ID the best possible solutions to some of their most complex or pressing issues.
This session will dig into a problem of practice surfaced at 360 High School in Providence; we encourage all perspectives in the education ecosystem to join, share your ideas in support of 360 HS, and gain some new ideas of your own. There is no pre-work to participate and, as always with EduvateRI, food will be provided.
2018 Past Events
- Eduvate RI Workshop with Diversity Talks (February 5, 2018)
Co-hosted with Rhode Island College's Feinstein School for Education and Human Development, this workshop brought together 40 stakeholders from across the education sector to learn how to engage students in conversations around implicit bias. The workshop was run by students through Diversity Talks and is the first of an eight-part workshop series around diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- January 2018 Kick-Off Meeting with the Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success
This kick-off meeting for 2018 focused on bridging the gap between traditional college admissions and enrollment processes and K-12's increasing focus on personalized learning, performance assessments, and student ILPs and portfolios.
We had a chance to network--as always--and then heard from the locally based Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success before brainstorming and supporting the Coalition's efforts to increase student college enrollments in Rhode Island.
- October Consultancy Protocol with Barrington Public Schools
In September, we got together to reconnect and get an overview of partner efforts ongoing and launching in Rhode Island--including the PrepareRI Initiative.
This month, we'll go deep with one EduvateRI member, Barrington Public Schools. Using a Consultancy Protocol, attendees will be able to use their unique knowledge and perspectives to walk through and generate solutions to a problem of practice Barrington is currently working through.
Come gain insights into Barrington's current work and lend your own unique expertise to improve practice in one of our Lighthouse Schools districts.
- Eduvate RI Quarterly Meeting (May 30, 2017)
A chance before the school year ends to reconnect with colleagues and strategize the work of EduvateRI over the upcoming school year!
- NextGenLeadersRI (March 29, 2017)
Join us for the 2nd Annual NextGenLeadersRI forum, hosted by the Academy for Career Exploration in partnership with Roger Williams University School of Continuing Studies.Be a part of the conversation about health equity and education and what we can do to improve fresh food access and support local communities.
- Blended and Personalized Learning Conference (April 1, 2017)
The Highlander Institute and the Christensen Institute are excited to partner for our 6th Annual Blended & Personalized Learning Conference. The goal of this convening is to share proven practices from the best classroom, school and district success stories across the country.With a focus on sharing the most effective implementation examples, participants will hear from district, building, classroom and student leaders to understand the critical elements behind their blended and personalized learning success.
September as Education Innovation Month
September 2017: Education Innovation Month Calendar
Student-Centered Learning Leadership Table
BIF Post-Summit Workshop
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WGBH EdForum: Supporting and Engaging Students in the Middle Grades
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Education Innovation Month In September of 2016 EduvateRI launched the first annual Education Innovation Month. Check out the events we hosted below! States of Incarceration – September 1-24 States of Incarceration is a multi-media traveling exhibition on the history and future of mass incarceration in the United States. It was developed by faculty and students…Read More