Welcome Deeper Learners!

This digital program is for all things DL2023! Sched is open! You may select your sessions starting March 14th at 11am PST.

Be sure to select one Workshop Round 1 or Den Talk series [for Day 1], one Deep Dive session [for Day 2], and one Workshop Round 2 or Den Talk series [for Day 3]. These sessions have capacity limits and will fill up.

To see an overview of the event and session types, for a campus map and frequently asked questions, check out the event info page here.

We can’t wait to see you!
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Alcine Mumby

Envision Learning Partners
Vice President of Program & Director of the DLLF
Alcine Mumby is a dedicated educator who has spent the last 25 years teaching and leading traditional and charter public K-12 schools all over the U.S. She currently supports and coaches district and school leaders to develop high-quality performance assessment systems that center student demonstrations of learning and metacognition as the Vice-President of Program at Envision Learning Partners (ELP). At ELP, Alcine is also the director of the Deeper Learning Leadership Forum (DLLF) that supports leaders to more boldly work at the intersections of equity, deeper learning, and change management so that every child has access to high quality deeper learning experiences. Before joining ELP in 2017, Alcine taught Humanities at Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School – one of the first small schools in the Bronx – where project-based learning and portfolio defenses served as the foundation of instruction. Afterward, Alcine became a founding principal of Envision Academy in Oakland, a high school with a similarly progressive approach to preparing students who would be first in their families to attend and graduate from college. She has also served as an administrator in several small middle and high schools in Atlanta and Washington DC, and was a leadership coach in DC, Charlotte, and Philadelphia. Alcine received her BS in English Education from NYU and her MA in Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies from Stanford University. While she has played many roles helping to transform educational opportunities for young people across the country, she is most passionate about her role as BAE (Best Auntie Ever) to her niece and nephews.

My Speakers Sessions

Tuesday, March 28

5:15pm PDT