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Formally Organized in Spring 2011. MCCL Co-Chairs: Linda Laughlin: [email protected] Lori Lodge: [email protected] Maine Cohort for Customized Learning Leading the development, implementation, and promotion of customized learning. * Brought together by

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Formally Organized in Spring 2011

MCCL Co-Chairs:

Linda Laughlin: [email protected]

Lori Lodge: [email protected]

  • Maine Cohort for Customized Learning
  • Leading the development, implementation, and promotion of customized learning.
  • * Brought together by
  • a common vision
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Maine 

Cohort 

Districts

October 2011

9 School Districts

19,332

Students

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MCCL

29 School Districts

5 Post-Sec. Schools

55,743 Students

Representing

30% of Maine’s

K-12

Students

mccl governance structure
MCCL: GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE
  • > Private, non-profit organization, 501(c)3
  • > Board of Directors representing all members
  • -Full members & Associate members
  • -Institutional & Individual members
  • -All have voice; only Full members have vote
  • > FY 14 Budget of approx. $275,000
  • -Revenue - Full member fees (formula), Conference income
  • -Expenditures - Professional Development
  • Curriculum Development
  • Technology (LMS) Project Management
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Institutional Members
  • University of Maine Farmington, College of Education
  • University of New England
  • Thomas College
  • Western Maine Educational Collaborative
  • RISC: Re-Inventing Schools Coalition
  • Unity College
  • University of Southern Maine, College of Education
  • Organizational & Individual Members
  • Maine Department of Education: Diana Doirion, Don Siviski
  • Maine Learning Technology Initiative
  • Maine International Center for Digital Learning (MICDL): John Newlin, Bette Manchester
  • Mary Jane McCalmon
  • Beatrice McGarvey
  • Doug Snow, Apple Inc.

Maine Cohort for Customized Learning School Districts

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RSU 44 Telstar (814)

RSU 10 WesternFoothills (2,801)

RSU 82 Jackman (179)

RSU 14 Windham & Raymond (3,301)

RSU 15 Gray & New Gloucester (2,033)

Auburn Auburn School Department (3,627) Auburn

LewistonLewiston School Department (5,067)

RSU 4 Litchfield, Sabattus, & Wales (1,429)

Acton Acton (211)

MSAD 60/RSU 60 Berwick, Lebanon and North Berwick(3,045)

Sanford Sanford Public Schools (3,108)

RSU 57 Alfred, Lyman, Shapleigh, Newfield, Limerick, Waterboro (3,270)

RSU 6 Bonny Eagle (3,875)

Maine Cohort for Customized Learning School Districts

Blue: Associate Members

Red: Full Members

As of Dec. 2012

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RSU 25 Bucksport, Orland, Prospect & Verona Island (1,119)

MSAD 22 Hampden, Newburgh, Winterport (2144)

Milford Milford School Department (307)

AOS 91 Mt. Desert Island Regional School System (1,671)

Union 93Blue Hill, Brooksville, Castine, Penobscot, & Surry (538)

RSU 2 Hallowell, Farmingdale, Dresden, Richmond & Monmouth (2,202)

RSU 12 Sheepscot Valley (1,468)

RSU 40 Medomak (1826)

U69 MSAD 28 5 Town CSD Camden/Rockport (1,875)

RSU 18 Oakland, Belgrade, China, Sidney, & Rome (2,877)

RSU 3 Brooks, Freedom, Jackson, Knox, Liberty, Monroe,

Montville, Thorndike, Troy, Unity, & Waldo (1,443)

MSAD 53 Pittsfield (756)

RSU 19Corinna, Etna, Dixmont, Hartland, Newport, St. Albans (2,279)

Maine Academy of Natural Sciences Charter School (46)

RSU 67 Chester, Lincoln, Mattawamkeag (1,120)

MSAD 29 Houlton, Hammond, Littleton & Monticello (1,312)

Maine Cohort for Customized Learning School Districts

Blue: Associate Members

Red: Full Members

As of Dec. 2012

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Maine Cohort for Customized Learning

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

Leading the development, implementation, and promotion of customized learning.

PURPOSE

The Maine Cohort for Customized Learning is a statewide coalition of school systems, organizations, and individuals committed to supporting performance-based education in Maine school systems.

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Maine Cohort for Customized Learning

OUR MISSION:

Leading the development, implementation, and promotion of customized learning.

OUR PRINCIPLES ABOUT LEARNING & LEARNERS

Learners learn in different ways and in different time frames.

Learners like to learn, can learn and want to be successful.

Learners learn best in a safe and welcoming environment.

Learning is enhanced when connected to relevant, real world, experiences.

Success breeds success and influences attitude, esteem, and motivation.

Mistakes are inherent to learning.

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Includes New

Elementary Vision

About the Vision

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Reporting

Provide Learners with Feedback Specific to Learning Goals

Electronic Resources Help Track Student Progress

STRATEGIC DIRECTION & ALIGNMENT

Research-Based

Best Practices

Curriculum

Instruction

Assessment

Guaranteed & Viable

Measurement Topics Scopes, Scales Learning Goals

Content, Reasoning Processes, Habits of Mind

A Common Instructional Language

(Framework)

“The Art & Science

of Teaching”

Learning Opportunities Tied to Learning Goals

The Structure or Delivery System

The Industrial Age Assembly-Line

Flexible Options

Formative Assessment Practices Inform Instruction

Evidence of Proficiency

Our Guiding Principles & Core Values

Our Vision, Mission, Learner Outcomes

LEADERSHIP

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About

Learning

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to practice getting better at these life-long learning habits

We want learners to be:

A Model of Curriculum

Learning Opportunities

Lessons

Units

Project-based

Integrated Units

Etc. Etc…..

with this content knowledge

doing these reasoning

processes

Complex

Reasoning

Content

Knowledge

Life-Long

Habits

of Mind

the design of the curriculum allows for
The Design of the Curriculum Allows For:
  • Multiple Pathways
  • Combination of Learning Opportunities
  • Anytime, Anywhere Learning
  • Student Choice
  • Outside Learning Opportunities

06/19/13

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THE “SCOPE” of a MEASUREMENT TOPIC

Content

Knowledge

Complex

Reasoning

Life-Long

Habits

of Mind

Measurement Topics, Scopes, Scales

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THE “SCOPE” of a MEASUREMENT TOPIC

Content

Knowledge

Complex

Reasoning

Life-Long

Habits

of Mind

Measurement Topics, Scopes, Scales

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SCORING SCALE

Proficiency Levels

Learning Goals/Targets

Evidence….

Level of Rigor

Voice & Choice

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Learning Goals/Targets

Evidence….

Level of Rigor

SCORING SCALE

Proficiency Levels

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Proficiency

RigorLevel

Learning Goals/Targets

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***Your cohort membership does NOT give you automatic access to the Educate software… You must still buy licenses…
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THREE THINGS TO CONSIDER

ABOUT A VISION:

Why is MCL getting so much attention???

The Vision is COMPELLING?

Positive feedback amongst a variety of stakeholders

The Vision is LOGICAL?

Research: learning styles, rates, motivation & engagement, team teaching, & multi-age classrooms, & differentiated instruction

The Vision is DOABLE?

Using customizing technology

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Building a Student-Centered Learning Environment

mainecustomizedlearning.org

MCCL Co-Chairs:

Linda Laughlin: [email protected]

Lori Lodge: [email protected]

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