SRSN organizes Innovation Zones to support the work of moving to a competency-based learning (CBL) system. The Innovation Zones provide a space where public school educators, partners and stakeholders engage in high quality professional learning. That learning is used locally to support school improvement efforts, and statewide to inform system design. When possible we provide an archive of these sessions available to the public.
These recordings of virtual sessions are available to the public.
All three of the SRSN Innovation Zones come together the second Wednesday of each month to engage in using a personalized competency-based mindset to support learning design. A key feature of these sessions centers around assessment for learning and reimagining a state-wide assessment/accountability system. Participants engage with national and state experts, and share insights about their own practices.
Many of the videos and resources provided are excellent tools for building and district leaders striving to create quality professional learning experiences.
Dr. Bill Daggett leads 3 sessions:
Creating a Culture to Restore Balance to Our Schools While Preparing Students for Their Future
The Why, What & How for Transformational Redesign of Instruction and Assessment in the Nation’s Most Rapidly Improving Districts
Preparing ALL Students to Be Career and Life Ready
Learn with one of the experts in the nation on Real World Learning experiences. Dr. Tom Vander Ark will share practical suggestions and solutions for integrating authentic, Real World Learning. His expertise will stretch participants to consider innovative ways to bring these types of opportunities to their districts, buildings and classrooms.