2017 Competency-Based Learning Design Studio Conference
This three-day design studio is meant for educational teams from New Hampshire and around the country who are in either the planning or implementation phases of a competency-based learning model in their school or school district. Teams will have the opportunity to work with competency education specialists, school administrators, and teachers who have experience implementing such a model in a variety of contexts and settings. A variety of sessions, networking opportunities, and team time will be available for attendees to develop an implementation plan. Teams are encouraged to bring both teachers and administrators to this design studio.


Registrations received on or before May 1, 2017:

$800 per person for teams between 1-4 members
$750 per person for teams between 5-9 members
$700 per person for teams between 10-19 members
$650 per person for teams with 20 or more members

Registrations received after May 1, 2017 (if space is available): $800 for each person.

Space is limited. Registration forms will be processed on a first come, first serve basis.
Costs includes breakfast and lunch for each day of the design studio. There is no need to send payment with this registration, an invoice will be sent later.

For registration questions, contact Brian M. Stack, Principal, Sanborn Regional High School at (603) 642-3341 or at bstacK@sau17.net

Sanborn Regional School District's Journey to Competency-Based Learning
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