Our partnership with the New Hampshire Learning Initiative is instrumental to our path towards active, engaged, and innovative student-centered learning. We are grateful to work with people who understand the unique strengths and challenges of our K-8 school and assist us in creating a plan that works for our school district.
I have walked the assessment journey for many years having worn many hats. The work that we have done with NHLI on PACE tasks has been some of the most professionally rewarding work I've done thus far. The opportunity to collaborate with colleagues from other districts to co-construct meaningful and authentic performance assessments makes us ALL better. And it's the right thing to do for students.
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August 5, 2019/
Bringing New Hampshire Educators Together
What makes New Hampshire Learning Initiative’s Powerful Learning Conference so powerful? Three days of incredible professional development presented by some of the state’s best teachers, school leaders, thought leaders, and change agents, led by NHLI executive director Ellen Hume-Howard, who architected an amazing experience for attendees and presenters alike.Continue Reading
May 2, 2019/
As a teacher, I relied on my supportive colleagues to be a sounding board for ideas, but as the first curriculum director for the Sanborn Regional School District in Kingston, N.H., I was on my own as I faced the challenge of aligning K-12 curriculum and instruction in four schools. When I found myself feeling […]Continue Reading
October 31, 2018/
Executive Director Ellen Hume-Howard, Director of Innovative Projects Jonathan Vander Els, and Project Director Mariane Gfroerer traveled to the annual iNACOL Symposium at the end of October to share the efforts districts, schools, and teachers are engaged in around competency-based and personalized learning. The following sessions highlighted the work happening in New Hampshire schools. […]Continue Reading