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Summer Training Opportunities

Summer Training Opportunities

I want to extend my most sincere appreciation to all of you out there wrapping up the school year.

I want to extend my most sincere appreciation to all of you out there wrapping up the school year. Your hard work and dedication have paid off, and your students’ lives have been enriched by the educational opportunities you diligently provided to them throughout this past school year. Congratulations!

As the school year winds down, though, I know what you're thinking. You're already starting to plan better and more enriching opportunities for those students you just send off for summer and will be back sooner than you think!

If one of those plans includes implementing competency-based learning (CBL) or you are just wanting to learn more about it, then you need to check out our upcoming June 6th training.

Enjoy hors d'oeuvres while you network with other educators interested in CBL, and listen to guests Dana Fountain and Tracina Wyatt, who will discuss their experiences during the CBL implementation in Henry County Schools in Georgia. They'll be focusing on the following topics:

  • What is competency-based learning
  • How Henry implemented a CBL system
  • Competency-based principles
  • Digital learning for CBL
  • Online content supporting CBL in Henry

To register, click here.

We hope to see you there!

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