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Creating a Student-Centered Schedule That Works

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Building a master schedule can be one of the biggest logistical challenges administrators face during the year. How do you meet requirements that students need at each level, yet balance that with providing courses they want to explore, all within the constraints of your available teaching staff and infrastructure? How do you personalize the path for each student while staying within your instructional budget and maximizing student achievement?

One district that has achieved a high level of success in this area is Ann Arbor Public Schools, through their A2 Virtual program. Join us on Tuesday, March 26th as we talk to Anthony Lauer, A2 Virtual’s online learning coordinator, about effective ways to:

  • Create a student-centered scheduling process that allows for more flexibility, student choice, and personalization.
  • Differentiate scheduling options for middle and high school students
  • Establish a successful mentoring program in a lab setting for both middle and high school students

Date of Webinar

March 26, 2019 9:00 am

Presented By:

Kristin Flynn
Michigan Virtual
Mike Dahlinger
Michigan Virtual
Debbie Lynch
Michigan Virtual
Anthony Lauer
Ann Arbor Public Schools

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