The Alliance for Excellent Education
Presents a Webinar on
Strengthening High School Teaching and Learning
in New Hampshire’s Competency-Based System
Brian Stack, Principal, Sanborn Regional High School, Sanborn Regional School District (NH)
Erica Stofanak, Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Coach, Rochester School District (NH)
Paul Leather, Deputy Commissioner, New Hampshire Department of Education
Bob Wise, President, Alliance for Excellent Education
The Alliance for Excellent Education held a webinar to examine New Hampshire’s high school redesign, which included the introduction of competency-based learning as a means to determine student progress. Ultimately, teachers and school leaders claim responsibility for the close-in work of engineering personalized learning experiences that enable students to demonstrate mastery of rigorous content knowledge and higher-order skills.
The webinar featured the release of Strengthening High School Teaching and Learning in New Hampshire’s Competency-Based System , a new report from the Alliance that profiles how two high schools in New Hampshire made the shift from “seat time” to competency-based learning, which advances students when they have mastered course content.
Webinar panelists included Deputy Commissioner Paul Leather from the New Hampshire Department of Education; Principal Brian Stack from Sanborn Regional High School; and Erica Stofanak from Spaulding High School, who discussed local design and implementation of competency-based systems and personalized pathways and the impact on practice. Bob Wise, president of the Alliance and former governor of West Virginia, moderated the discussion.
This webinar is made possible with support from
- Presentation - Paul Leather (PDF)
- Presentation - Brian Stack (PDF)
- Presentation - Erica Stofanak (PDF)
- Presentation - Bob Wise (PDF)
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