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Research Collaborative Seminar: Encouraging and Sustaining Competency-Based Learning Environments

The January installment of the Research Collaborative Seminar series features Paul Leather, New Hampshire Deputy Commissioner of Education, Research Collaborative… Read More »


Students at the Center: Personalized Learning with Habits of Mind

Bena Kallick, Allison Zmuda

This archived webinar from the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) discusses the book Students at the Center: Personalized… Read More »


Research Collaborative Seminar: Rehumanizing Mathematics Education

Students at the Center

This Research Collaborative Seminar questions: How can educators rehumanize mathematics learning and establish assessments that serve as both a window and… Read More »

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Aligning Competencies with the Common Core


This video from CompetencyWorks and iNACOL is a webinar about how Boston Day and Evening Academy (BDEA), a school designed to… Read More »

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Tackling the Challenges of Rural Community Partners

Invited speakers: Dr. Mara Tieken, Bates College; Richard Witt, executive director of Rural and Migrant Ministries in upstate New York; Helen Johnson, founder of Citizens for a Quality Education of Holmes County, Mississippi, and organizer for Southern Echo; and Joyce Parker, founder of Citizens for a Better Greenville of Greenville, Mississippi, and organizer for Southern Echo

This webinar began with a brief presentation about rural community organizing from Dr. Mara Tieken, assistant professor of education at… Read More »

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Working Together to Make Meaningful Parent Engagement

Invited speakers: Dr. Soo Hong, Wellesley College; Monica Espinoza, parent leader; Bridget Murphy, community organizer with the Logan Square Neighborhood Association; Stephen Zirke, Chief Area Officer for Chicago Public Schools; and Thomas Hoffman, Principal of Ames Middle School in Chicago.

The goal of this webinar was to think through the roles of different education stakeholders in developing opportunities for parents… Read More »

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Starting Community-based Organizing Efforts Around Education

Invited Speakers: Lewis Finfer, the director of the Massachusetts Communities Action Network , and Camelle Scott-Mujahid, the director of Teach Our Children in New Haven, CT

Lewis Finfer, the director of the Massachusetts Communities Action Network , and Camelle Scott-Mujahid, the director of Teach Our Children… Read More »

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