Competency-based Curriculum Design Part 2 (Virtual Charrettes)

DATE: July 13, 20, 27, 2017


COST: $190 (Early bird: $175 by April 17)



The word charrette is an architectural term that refers to a specific, rigorous collaborative critique process that architects use when they want to move their designs forward. To adapt to the modern world of learning and work, we've taken the work into the virtual realm: participate in the comfort of your own home, office, or other workspace.


In this series of intensive virtual charrettes, you'll have the opportunity to give and get high quality, personalized feedback and supports on your curricular designs throughout the month of July in the comfort of your own home, office, or other workspace. The charrettes follow a structured protocol to optimize the rounds of feedback you receive. You will also have the opportunity to schedule on-demand design coaching and feedback sessions with reDesign team members in between charrettes. Please note that Institute CBL-1706, which takes place June 27-29, is a pre-requisite of this institute.



Please click below to submit your Registration Form. You will be contacted within 2-3 business days with event details and payment options for securing your seat/s at the Institutes for which you have registered.




We are glad you are asking! If this sounds like you, the answer is yes:

  • I participated in Competency-based Curriculum Design Part 1
  • I could really benefit from ongoing collaboration and support as I continue my curriculum design work through the summer
  • I love to give and get feedback from thoughtful, engaged peers and coaches



We're excited to hear from you. Reach out to Lena for questions or more information:


co-facilitated by:

Antonia Rudenstine, Ed.D., M.Ed., is the Co-founder and Director of reDesign. A proven thought leader in the field, Antonia holds 30+ years of experience as a school leader, teacher, and designer. She is both visionary and pragmatic, with an incredible knack for making the complex actionable. You're in for a treat. Antonia lives in Boston with her family.



co-facilitated by:

Sydney Schaef, M.B.A., M.Ed., is a designer and consultant at reDesign. Sydney has 12+ years of experience, both domestic and international, as a teacher, school designer, and education nonprofit leader. She brings an organizational development lens, a knack for visual thinking, and lots of positive energy to the work. Sydney is the author of Five Key Lessons of Mastery Learning Startup. She lives in Lancaster, PA with her family.



co-facilitated by:

John Altbergs, MAT, is a designer and knowledge-builder at reDesign. Jon has 30+ years of experience as a teacher, school leader, and designer. He is wicked smart, wonderfully pragmatic, and endlessly creative. He truly has the mind and skillset of a designer, making powerful, synergistic connections that lay the groundwork for awesome and energizing learning experiences. Jon hangs with his family in New Hampshire.


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