New York, New York -- February 1-2, 2018
WeWork: Bryant Park, 54 W 40th St, New York, NY 10018
The site is located close to Grand Central Terminal, Port Authority Terminal, Penn Station, and the 33rd Street PATH Train terminus. The Bryant Park subway station is served by the B, D, F, and M trains.
Academic Leadership Retreats 2018 Registration Fees:
- $395 per participant from any One Schoolhouse Consortium Affiliate or from any Independent Curriculum Group Partner School or Organization
- $495 per participant for all others
Jonathan Martin - Consultant, Writer and Presenter, JonathanEMartin Ed. Services
Jonathan E. Martin has 15 years experience as a Head of School, serving three schools in California and Arizona from 1996-2012. He has served on eight accreditation visiting teams, and chaired two; from 2010-12 he was a board member and Chair of Professional Development for the Independent School Association of the Southwest (ISAS). A graduate of Sidwell Friends School (DC), he holds a BA from Harvard University cum laude and an MA in School Administration from the University of San Francisco; in 2008 he was a Klingenstein Visiting Fellow at Teachers College, Columbia University.
An expert on 21st century learning and assessment, he has presented to school-leaders, teachers, and trustees at more than 100 conferences and schools in the past six years. In 2012 he launched a full time consulting practice, JonathanEMartin Ed. Services, to schools and organizations, supporting them in becoming “schools of the future” and in advancing 21st century and “deeper learning.”
Peter Gow - Executive Director, Independent Curriculum Group
Peter Gow joined the Independent Curriculum Group in 2014 after nearly forty years as an independent school teacher and administrator. As executive director of the ICG, a global consortium of more than 140 schools, he works to build connections among schools of all kinds and to support them in their evolution toward more mission-aligned, student-centered cultures of teaching and learning. Peter has published widely and presented on a range of topics related to curriculum, professional development, and school improvement, and he is the author of An Admirable Faculty (NAIS, 2005), The Intentional Teacher (Avocus, 2009), and What Is A School? (Publish Green, 2011). He is a founder of the #PubPriBridge movement, fostering connection between public and private schools.
Brad Rathgeber - Head of School & CEO, One Schoolhouse
Brad Rathgeber is the Head of School & CEO of One Schoolhouse, a consortium that works as a partner in innovation with independent schools around the world. In that role, Brad works to create an independent school approach to online learning.
Brad is particularly interested in how independent schools can meet their mission in the context of today, and in the intersection between learning innovation and financial sustainability. He has spent his career working in secondary and higher education, most recently prior to One Schoolhouse as a teacher and administrator at Holton-Arms School.
Brad is a graduate of independent schools (Mooreland Hill School and Hotchkiss School), holds an undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (where he was a Morehead-Cain Scholar), and holds a graduate degree from Dartmouth College.
Corinne Dedini - Assistant Head of School, One Schoolhouse
Corinne Dedini believes three simple truths: children need to ask lots of questions, run around in the fresh air, and be safe enough to take risks. As a little girl on a farm, this resulted in regular episodes of being hosed off before being allowed in the house for dinner. By college, Corinne was a student of science and history, a runner and rower, a person of abiding faith, an advocate for the oppressed and a voice for the trees, a voracious reader, and a world traveler. She discovered her niche in life working with high school students, a journey that has taken her to independent schools in New Jersey, Arizona, Rhode Island, and Georgia. Corinne’s expertise in tech-supported curriculum design, learner-driven pedagogy, and co-curricular program development was cultivated through her years as a science teacher, academic dean, coach, and camp counselor. Today Corinne lives in California and works for One Schoolhouse, where she supports teaching and learning, motivates pedagogical growth, and facilitates professional development. Her work is predicated on the belief that today’s schools have a responsibility to prepare tomorrow’s workforce for a future we can only imagine.