Leading the Way: Designing Competency-based Learning Systems - Part 2 (Virtual Charrettes)
DATE: May 31, June 7, July 12, August 2
COST: $400 (Early bird: $340 by April 10th)
INSTITUTE ID: CBL-1705
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.
ABOUT THIS INSTITUTE
This series of intensive charrettes gives you the opportunity to be part of a 3-4 person group of high-velocity, creative educators who are working on ambitious designs for the roll-out of a competency-based learning system. Over the course of four charrettes, you will each have the opportunity to give and receive personalized feedback, both from reDesign coaches and each other. Please note that Institute CBL-1705, which takes places May 17-19, is a prerequisite of this institute.
HOW TO REGISTER
Registration is a two-step process. First, complete the short application so that we can learn about your goals, your plans, and your context. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with a 72-hour turnaround. If your application is approved, you will be notified by e-mail and receive a link to registration and payment options.
IS THIS INSTITUTE RIGHT FOR ME?
We are glad you are asking! If this sounds like you, the answer is yes:
I'm seeking ongoing feedback and thought partnership to support the design and development work ahead
I'm eager to continue building relationships with others who are on a similar journey
We're excited to hear from you. Reach out to Lena for questions or more information: email@example.com.
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 is the co-author of Making Mastery Work. She lives in Boston with her family.
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 in Mastery Learning Startup. She lives in Lancaster, PA with her family.