When This event has been postponed to 

September 29-30, 2018

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Cost: $250


Antioch University New England 
KEENE, NH 03431-3516

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Who Should Attend:

Teachers, counselors, special educators, school leaders, and paraprofessionals. We welcome parents, school board members and community activists to be part of this important discussion.


  • Personalized and self-directed 
  • Specific learning by doing and applying
  • Demonstration of new or existing expertise
  • Aligned with your specific job-embedded challenges
  • Competency-based
  • Flexible scheduling



For more information about registration:
Laura Thomas
Antioch University New England Center for School Renewal

For more information about the program contact:
Tom McGuire
Email: Tomprnny@gmail.com
Phone: 631-671-1174



Educating the Whole Child

POSTPONED to September 29-30, 2018

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This educational experience provides a new awareness of self, a new sense of dignity and hope. As educators, the opportunity to work in concert with our peers empowers us to look within to strengthen our classrooms rather than to simply bow to the pressures that come from the outside.

Examples will be drawn from participants and from the national project, Educate the Whole Child, which enthusiastically endorses a range of approaches that put the focus on individual students, their talents and potential.  Students respond much better to growing their assets than documenting their limitations.

For more background on the national project EducateTheWholeChild, please visit: www.EducateTheWholeChild.org

This two-day program will include a variety of presentations in both discussion and hands-on settings (indoors and out, weather permitting).

Facilitators: Tom McGuire, Elizabeth Lynch & Casey Murrow

Workshop Fees:
May 5 & 6 cost = $250 (includes coffee/tea, snacks, but not lunch). 

Follow-up experiences to complete the Micro-credential in Educate the Whole Child

In order to complete the non-credit -bearing micro-credential, each participant must participate in the May 5 & 6 weekend and complete five follow-up components. The follow-up components do not require attendance and can be completed in an asynchronous manner. More information about these components (as well as an additional registration opportunity) will be made available during the workshop.