Who Should Attend?

Plymouth State University Holmes Center’s Problems of Practice Educators’ Summit is a three day residential experience in NG2 Foundations: Co-teaching, Equity & Project and Problem Based Learning.

POLICY & ADVOCACY TEAMS     IHE & SCHOOL DISTRICT TEAMS    

SCHOOL & DISTRICT TEAMS

teacher-researcherTeams attending should:

  • have a goal of developing a plan to address a “problem of practice” focused on personalized inclusive educational pathways or multiage competency-based education.

  • include educators, administrators, IHEs, non-profits and community partners that want to transform current educational systems through equitable innovations.

Teams attending should be:

  • interested in engaging in discussions and workshops that produce policy innovations towards realizing their plan.

  • dedicated to developing sustainable innovations that are not grant or special funding dependent.

Teams attending should expect:

  • sessions personalized to their problem of practice.

  • opportunities to engage in a year-long professional learning community, leveraging technology.

    Open Educational Resources (OERs) will be made available to attending teams post summit to use in their communities to take their plan to scale.