June 25-26, 2018
Introducing the coLearn Conference
Discover the power of community-based learning and how you can connect with community partners to provide authentic learning for your students. This hands-on conference will provide best practices, program implementation models, and methods of measuring impact. A team of researchers will also unveil a new report that documents the City as Our Campus program model and its impact on student learning and teacher practice.
Winchester Thurston School, known for its innovative, award-winning City as Our Campus initiative, welcomes you to connect and learn with educators, administrators, and community partners from around the country.
This project is generously funded with the support of the Edward E. Ford Foundation.
The coLearn Conference is sold out, and general registration is closed. Please contact us directly if you are interested in being added to our wait list. Thank you!
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read more about Keynote Speakers Will Richardson, Tim Fish, and John Gulla, and Visual and Performance Artist Vanessa German.
Participate in hands-on sessions with best practices, program implementation models, and methods of measuring impact.