School Retool

Expanding the Capacity for Innovation in Educational Leaders

In a workshop setting with peers from across your region, learn and practice useful tools to address your most pressing problems. At the same time, you will build and lead a culture of innovation that expands deeper learning opportunites across your campus!

Construct is the convening partner for the School Retool Principal Fellowship in Oregon, a world-class training program developed and facilitated by the a team at the d.school at Stanford University. Construct adds local and ongoing coaching support, funding support, team support, and links you to a growing number of School Retool Fellows.

 
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Cohorts are forming now for the winter 2019.

4 day long workshops, shadow a student day, coaching sessions, and continued support

Portland Metro Region

Jan 31, March 1, March 22, April 5

Central Oregon

Jan 24, Feb 21, March 14, April 16

school retool

Developed in partnership between Stanford d.school’s K12 Lab and the design firm IDEO. Research and funding on Deeper Learning competencies provided by the Hewlett Foundation.

At School Retool you will acquire the mindsets, tools, and peer support needed to redesign your school culture! Become part of a growing number of Retool Fellows, across Oregon and the county, who use "hacks" - small experiments built on research based practices- to catalyze "Deeper Learning" outcomes for all of your students.

“This was the most well-timed, streamlined, helpful PD I've had as an administrator. I am a VP in my 5th year of administration, with a principalship on the horizon. My confidence to lead a building and fellow educators grew exponentially through this Fellowship! I have a simple framework, Big Ideas, and levers to help me take simple, small actions and make things happen! I've gotten WAY more out of this experience than I hoped for."

-- Central OR Cohort 2017 Participant

The School Retool Fellowship includes: 4 full days, Shadow a Student Day, Coaching and “Hacks” in between workshops.