Author Archives: Neil.Pedersen

Mission Critical: Preparing District Teams to Support the Digital Transition

The fifth and final session for this year of the Mission Critical: Preparing District Teams to Support the Digital Transition program was held on Thursday, May 19th at the Friday Institute.  During this session, participating districts reviewed their recently updated Digital Learning Rubrics and were introduced to a template for creating a plan of action for their […]

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Managing a Personalized Learning Environment

On December 10-11th, Laurie Fowler and Jason McCormick, consultants with Pearson, worked with teams from 10 districts on how to successfully implement a Personalized Learning Environment. You can link to their resource-filled Padlet by clicking here.

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District Teams Establishing Baselines for Student Success

This month we concluded the math PD offered by Lisa Ashe, Joe Reaper, Kitty Rutherford, and Denise Schulz from DPI’s math section, headed up by Jennifer Curtis. School-based elementary and secondary teams from several districts attended separate full-day sessions in October and December. The PD was based on the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics’ […]

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MISSION CRITICAL: Preparing District Teams to Support the Digital Transition

MISSION CRITICAL: Preparing District Teams to Support the Digital Transition is a full-year program offered by the CCRESA in partnership with the Friday Institute. The first of five sessions was held on September 22nd. Fifteen districts sent teams composed of high level decision-makers. Teams spent much of the first day discussing leadership issues around student […]

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Protected: Reinventing the Wheel: How companies like GE, Adobe, and Deloitte get rid of the performance review with one on ones

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