2018-19 MC School Visits
Please enroll here for 2018-19 Mastery Collaborative School Visits. Each visit will include a welcome/framing discussion, interaction with teachers and students (class visits and conversations) and a closing discussion about takeaways and possible connections to your own school or organization.

Each visit will be enrolled first come first served, up to the school's max # of guests per date.

**Please assume you are registered and expected at the visit.** Our schools work hard to plan visits, so please attend the visits you register for.

If there is a wait list the registration form below will state that clearly at the time you register.

One week in advance of the visit, you will get an email reminder about the visit.

** Schools plan to host a specific number of guests. Please inform us promptly at team@masterycollaborative.org if plans change and you are unable to make it. Thanks. **

There are no refreshments served at MC school visits. Please feel free to bring food/drink or email us to ask where's good nearby to grab a bite.

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1) Frank McCourt HS
The MC visit year kicks off with Living Lab school Frank McCourt HS sharing how they make expectations clear from the outset, with a special focus on rubric design process. 30 PEOPLE MAX 145 W 84th St, New York, NY 10024
2) Urban Assembly Maker Academy
Graduate alumni from LIving Lab school UA Maker will return from college to discuss how a mastery-based HS experience affects their college learning. We cannot wait to hear what they report! 30 PEOPLE MAX 4th Floor, 411 Pearl St, New York, NY 10038
3) Pan American International HS at Monroe
Living Lab member Pan American International HS at Monroe will share their mastery-based approach to algebra, including supports for ELL students, unit maps, lesson plans, and rubrics. 20 PEOPLE MAX 1300 Boynton Avenue, Bronx, NY
4) The Young Women’s Leadership School of Astoria
The Young Women’s Leadership School of Astoria will present on 'Putting Students at the Center with a School-wide Mastery System." This do-not-miss visit includes student-led conferences and shop talk with educators and school leaders, as well as classroom visits. 12 PEOPLE MAX 23-15 Newtown Ave, Astoria, NY 11102
5) West Side Collaborative Middle School
Come learn how MC Living Lab School West Side Collaborative MS changes power dynamics and increases responsiveness to students with a combination of mastery and culturally responsive practices. 20 PEOPLE MAX 735 West End Ave, New York, NY 10025
6) Bronx Arena
Our newest Living Lab School will showcase how they design mastery practices--and all school practices--around student needs. 30 PEOPLE MAX 1440 Story Ave, Bronx, NY 10473
7) MS 442: School for Innovation (SHOWCASE VISIT--separate registration process. Please read details. https://bit.ly/2Ci0aNV
Come on a FULL DAY Showcase Thursday, March 7 visit to see how Living Lab member School for Innovation (MS 442) uses mastery to rethink assessments and increase equity. PLEASE USE THIS LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2Ci0aNV then let us know in the space below how many people are coming from your school. (MC is co-hosting this visit with Showcase Schools) MAX 15 PEOPLE 500 19th Street, Bishop Ford Complex, Brooklyn, NY
8) Careers in Sports HS
MC CRE Mentor Lonice Eversley will host a visit on building agency and critical consciousness via culturally responsive approaches in curriculum and class facilitation. Build your own expertise by witnessing Lonice's! MAX 15 PEOPLE 730 Concourse Village West Bronx NY 10451
9) Flushing International HS
Living Lab member Flushing International High School will host a "general interest" visit on the topic of mastery-based approaches to learning. Learn from the masters! MAX 20 PEOPLE 144-80 Barclay Ave, Flushing, NY 11355
10) NYC iSchool
NYC iSchool will describe how they personalize school for each student in their mastery-based Living Lab School. 16 PEOPLE MAX 131 Ave of the Americas, New York, NY 10013
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