Please complete the form below to submit your inspired learning project to be included as part of the ILC. If selected, you will facilitate two 30-minute round table sessions centered on your project. Round table sessions are intended to be discussion-oriented with the facilitator presenting for no more than 15 minutes of the session.
Please email David Quinn (email@example.com) with any questions.
- Deep Inquiry: Students go beyond rote memorization to investigate questions, apply knowledge & create projects for an outside audience
- Student Agency: Student choose the content of what they are learning/role in the project /medium for sharing understanding
- Authentic & Engaging Work: The projects represent products that have value and meaning both inside and outside of the school
- Purposeful Use of Technology: Technology serves, not drives, the project unless the product is technology oriented
- Flexible Learning Environments: Educators redesign physical space and virtual space flexibly to meet the academic, social-emotional, and vocational needs of their students.
- Growth Through Feedback and Reflection: assessment practices are grounded in regular, meaningful feedback and continuous reflection to promote individual growth.