Wednesday, July 18 • 10:20am - 11:25am
A Practical Map for School Change: Strategies, Considerations, and Applications for Authentic Innovation

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Successful public charter schools have embraced innovation, entrepreneurship and 21st century learning throughout the past decade. For many of us, though, our schools have strongly established traditions, expectations and curriculum that are slow to embrace change. We are in a time of global transition, but how do we effectively navigate cultural and social expectations while meeting the needs of learners in the digital age? How can we generate real change in our schools when our local and national culture is steeped in 20th century educational traditions and benchmarks? In this session, you will take away applied examples for making the case, stimulating and building resonance for change in your school. You will pick up proven tactics that will help you create and support programming for integrated 21st century learning, change existing faculty mindsets and practices and meet expectations of parents and colleges.


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Nancy Boyle

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

About Dr. James Tracy | Headmaster, Cushing Academy, Ashburnham, MA | | Dr. 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... Read More →

Wednesday July 18, 2012 10:20am - 11:25am
Arlington - 2nd Floor

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