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Wednesday, April 14 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
WRCCS Micro-credential: Academic Model (Kaleidoscope Academy)

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WRCCS Micro-credential: Academic Model
The charter school demonstrates a highly successful and effective academic model complete with teacher professional development, transparent communication, and positive learning outcomes for all students.
WRCCS Competencies:
  • Classroom: Academic Program: Develops/refines a well-researched academic program that matches the mission and vision of the charter school and meets identified student needs.
  • Leadership: Academic Program: Develops/refines classroom and schoolwide assessment tools and processes

Defenders(Presenter): Ian Schaefer & Sarah Coenen 
Reviewer(s): Sarah Tompkins, Colleen Onsrud, Nicole Beier, Stephanie Aleman, Kay Henrickson
Facilitator: Mia Chmiel

WRCCS Micro-credential
Come witness the launch of WRCCS Micro-credentials! Planning, opening, and sustaining a successful Wisconsin Charter school requires a ton of commitment, a bunch of learning, and a whole lot of community building. WRCCS Micro-credentials is an opportunity for charter schools to highlight specific strengths, skills, and merits of specific charter schools, elevate their profile in their community, and help other Wisconsin charter schools locate experts in the field. Come learn and gain access to artifacts of success as charter schools from around the state defend a WRCCS Micro-credential live. If you are interested in playing a more active role and want to be a reviewer please click here.  See the full WRCCS Micro-credential process here. Specific defenses will be announced as we get closer.

Speakers
SC

Sarah Coenen

Kaleidoscope Academy
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Ian Schaefer

Associate Principal, Kaleidoscope Academy

Facilitators
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Mia Chmiel

Associate Director of School Improvement Services, CESA 9
Mia is currently an Associate Director of School Improvement at CESA 9.  Mia is a lead UDL consultant for the state, supports district instructional technology implementation, partners with leadership teams to develop continuous improvement plans, and collaborates with the WRCCS... Read More →


Wednesday April 14, 2021 2:00pm - 2:50pm CDT