Who should attend?
Current and future site administrators who are interested in a student-centered methodology for building a master schedule. The session is open to all participants, regardless of SIS
What is it?
A hands-on, activity-filled day that introduces the theory and practice of master scheduling. Participants will work in groups to create a master schedule beginning with course requests and ending in a completed board. Special attention will be given to key vocabulary, special populations, and how to build a master schedule that supports site goals.This session is open to individuals or teams. It can be attended separately, or paired with Scheduling for Continuous Improvement
What will you learn?
A student-centered approach for developing master schedules
How to set scheduling priorities
How to construct a master schedule that meets site goals
How to schedule for equity and access