Past Events

REMOTE & HYBRID TEACHING AND LEARNING: Remote Teaching without the Internet

This session will guide you in asking questions to determine the connectivity realities of remote learners, provide non-internet reliant instructional options, and consider the importance of building and maintaining relationships will remote learners. Presenter - Amy Huizenga

UNDERSTANDING THE NAVIGATION CHANGE DOCUMENT: Lessons from the Golf Course

Shifting to competency-based learning begins with a clear concept about grade-level outcomes with a focus on high expectations of complexity and cognitive rigor. Using backward design principles, teachers recognize a variety of learning trajectories, develop multiple learning opportunities for accessing the class content, and provide authentic demonstrations of master of learning. Lead Presenter - Robi

SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING: Handling Behaviors in Online Courses

What are possible underpinnings for student behavior online? What is a useable prevention strategy that will build relationships, community and help prevent negative incidents in remote learning? How do we handle these occurrences in the moment or through follow-up? In this session we will unpack the Art of the Check-in as prevention, as well as

COMPETENCY-BASED PERSONALIZED LEARNING: Student Empowerment

This session is for any teacher that wants to move their classroom from compliance to empowerment. We will focus our time on the following topics: What is the level of engagement in your classroom?, Overcoming barriers to student empowerment, creating more engagement in the classroom, Building relationships, Student Voice and Choice and Authentic Work. Lead

COMPETENCY-BASED PERSONALIZED LEARNING: Laying the Foundation for Competency-Based Grading

During this presentation, we will present the six foundational elements to have in place when moving toward competency-based grading including reflection questions and self-assessment rubrics. The objectives for this session are the following: 1. Defining "competency" and "competency-based learning. 2. The six elements of competency-based grading and how to evaluate the current state in each.

COMPETENCY-BASED PERSONALIZED LEARNING: Leadership & Communication

During this session participants will learn the definition of Competency-Based Learning (CBL), understand why moving toward CBL is beneficial, plan how to communicate the change to CBL to their stakeholders, and discuss the steps necessary to lead the change to CBL. Lead Presenter - John Girodat Co-Presenter - Kim Mauk

SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING: Helping Students Build Resilience

Why do some students overcome what seems to be insurmountable odds to become productive and happy adults? How do they manage to survive and thrive? The critical factor identified is resiliency. This session will introduce some strategies to build resiliency in students. Key objectives will be: • What is Resilience? – foundational information about resilience;

COMPETENCY-BASED PERSONALIZED LEARNING: Feedback and Assessment

This session is designed around the importance of feedback from teacher and students, using that feedback to feedforward, incorporate feedback into your rubrics, and striving to develop assessment capable learners. Lead Presenter - Tonya Smedley

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