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Thursday, June 16 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
How can principals employ mindfulness strategies to realize personalized learning? LOTS OF SPACE

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Principals unite! Recognize the role that you play in shepherding all stakeholders during the transition to competency‐based learning. Navigating the sometimes-challenging waters associated with this work requires moral courage, strong communication skills, and strategic thinking. Explore leadership mindfully during this session using text and case studies as well as reflection and discussion with other participants. Identify personal leadership strengths and challenges. Consider new ways to use key findings from positive psychology, neuroscience, and mindfulness research to improve your efficacy as a leader. Then create next steps to implement mindfulness in your work.

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Ted Hall

Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership
Competency-based learning, personalized learning, authentic student voice, school leadership, cycling, Nordic & telemark skiing, kayaking
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Angela Hardy

Director of Coaching, Great Schools Partnership
After 15 years in education, Angela joined the Great Schools Partnership as a Senior Associate and spent time coaching in Maine schools and supporting the development of tools and resources for proficiency-based learning systems. Angela currently supports the coordination of the League... Read More →
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Craig Kesselheim

Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership
I am a Sr. Associate at Great Schools Partnership (greatschoolspartnership.org), a non-profit based in Portland, Maine. My coaching partnerships are located in coastal and northern Maine, and in Colorado. Background includes MS science teaching, school administration, and field-based... Read More →

Thursday June 16, 2016 10:30am - 12:00pm MDT
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