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Wednesday, July 18 • 1:10pm - 2:15pm
Faculty Research Project: A Year Long Study of Best Practices Across the Curriculum

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Members of our faculty engaged in a yearlong exploration of effective innovative practices to create optimal models in modern education at the secondary school level. School visits, research, discussion and reflection reshaped our approach to learning. We will share our findings of systemic, curricular and specific classroom models, evaluation and assessment, use of technology as a tool, project-based learning and the ever-shifting roles of the teacher and the student and discuss how we are implementing change at our school.
In this session you will:
-Learn how we planned, organized and implemented our study
-Discover what best practices we observed and how teachers and schools developed successful classes and programs
(-Learn about authentic PBL and ethics education)
-Hear what we learned about our own professional and personal growth by challenging and questioning ourselves and each other as education professionals
-Discuss how you can do a similar faculty project at your school


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Nancy Boyle

About Nancy BoyleCoordinator of 21 Century Curriculum and English teacher, Cushing Academy, Ashburnham, MANancy Boyle is a veteran classroom teacher who has presented at several national and regional conferences. Nancy was selected by the National Association of Independent Schools... Read More →
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James Tracy

About Dr. James TracyHeadmaster, Cushing Academy, Ashburnham, MADr. Tracy is a leader in the independent school community and is the editor of The NAIS Guide to Principles of Good Practice and of Why Change? What Works? The NAIS Guide to Change Management. He has written extensively... Read More →

Wednesday July 18, 2012 1:10pm - 2:15pm EDT
Georgian - 2nd Floor

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