Henry Ford Learning Institute and Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School for Art + Design are integral to the learning experience at the National Dropout Prevention Network Conference October 25-28th in San Antonio.
What types of experiences help our students connect school to real life?
Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School high school students and superintendent, along with Henry Ford Learning Institute’s executive director, will share insights about connecting school to real life. They will host a site visit to the school for conference attendees and a number of workshops and sessions that explore the relevant, personalized learning programs (such as design thinking and the school’s intensive career preparation program) and community connections that support student success. 100% of Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School graduates are accepted to college every each year.
Pre-conference workshop: Design Thinking: Connecting School to Real Life for Student Success
Site visit for conference attendees to Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School for Art + Design, the only free art and design high school in downtown San Antonio
Concurrent session on the Henry Ford Academy Senior Mastery Process with a student panel, and a rapid cycle design thinking challenge led by HFLI Executive Director Deborah Parizek and Jessica Sanchez, Superintendent of Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School
For more information, visit the conference web site, follow the conference on Twitter via the hashtag #2015ndpn or contact Lisa Kreinbring at 248-259-4066 or firstname.lastname@example.org.