This event has been changed and scaled down.
Unfortunately the number of teachers who have signed up does not justify the cost of having Judy & Linda come & present.
Fortunately I am very familiar with their work (and am working closely with them) and am comfortable leading a smaller session. The session will incorporate the following:
- Key Questions for Learner Engagement (with a brief research background)
- Overview & Examples of Six Strategies that Support Learner Engagement
- Time for reading & discussions short articles related to the above.
If you are interested, a small number of teachers (mostly secondary) will be meeting at Churchill Secondary on the morning of April 20th (room TBA). We will start at 9:00 AM and finish around 11:30 AM. Please send me a short email or text message if you plan to attend.
firstname.lastname@example.org OR 778 228 1997
Linda & Judy will spend an interactive morning with us as we explore a
learning model that embeds agrowth mindset into our practices and shifts us towards a stronger learning orientation in our secondary classrooms. Once again we will be using the David Thompson Secondary cafeteria for our learning space.
They will start us off with a review of:
Three (+1) Key Questions For Learner Engagement Six Strategies that Support Learner Engagement The work of teachers in BC (and where we sit in an international context) During morning participants will have opportunities to: Choose, read and discuss a short article about one of the six strategies. Collaborate in subject groups around ways better supporting student learning. Share examples and experiences, particularly ones that are new since Feb 17th. Talk one-on-one with Judy and/or Linda.