Several members of the KnowledgeWorks team will be speaking and presenting at the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) Midwest Conference, which is May 14-15 in Cincinnati, Ohio. NACEP works to ensure that college courses offered by high school teachers are as rigorous as courses offered on the sponsoring college campus.
KnowledgeWorks Vice President of Strategic Foresight Katherine Prince is one of the keynote speakers at this event.
Director of Teaching and Learning Robin Kanaan will be presenting two sessions with Technical Assistance Coach Brenda Neel:
- “Developing Expert Learners and Student Agency: The Ultimate Engagement Strategy” will help attendees use tools such as the Expert Learner Continuum and Personal Learner Profiles, along with processes for student voice and choice, to develop an awareness of what it means to have students take ownership over their learning.
- “Innovate, Collaborate, Inspire: The Promise of Pathways in one Early College,” will be an interactive conversation featuring guests from Marysville Exempted Village School District in Union County, Ohio. With the belief that every student should have a pathway to college OR career readiness, Marysville Early College joined with community partners to develop authentic learning pathways as part of the Early College experience.