Observing, Reflecting & Revising to Reach Higher Levels of Cognitive Engagement
A 3-Day Professional Learning Experience
Choose from 2 Locations to better serve you in 2015-2016
Expertise doesn’t come naturally. Developing a skill takes time, effort, energy, and reflection. Gaining an awareness of our students, content, and pedagogy, observing the impact of our actions, and adjusting our course of action based on the feedback we receive from observations will offer the opportunity to improve personalized, engaged learning experiences for learners.
“We do not learn from experience…We learn from reflecting on experience” (John Dewey). In this work, we recognize the need for observations of students cognitively engaged in learning experiences in a one-to-one environment. Observing, Reflecting and Revising to Reach Higher Levels of Cognitive Engagement will allow you opportunities to observe students in such learning environments. Additionally, through the use of a structure to improve practice and students’ personalized learning experiences, participants will participate in reflective conversations to improve both their own practice as well as the learning experiences for students.
Presenters: John Antonetti and Terri Stice
John Antonetti is former Director of K-12 Curriculum in the Sheridan School District in Arkansas. Once described by Larry Lezotte as a “teacher’s teacher,” John is an advocate of experiential education and recognizes that all learners learn best when they work together to solve real world problems in safe, cooperative environments.
Terri Stice brings 22 years of experiences dedicated to the effective and efficient use of technology to support teaching and learning. She is an Apple Distinguished Educator, an Apple Certified Foundations Field Trainer, as well as a Google Certified Teacher.
You Choose - When & Where
Sept 9, Nov 10, and Dec 10
Stuart Pepper Middle School
1085 Old Elkron Road
8:30-3:30 (EST) - Registration and light
breakfast at 8:00 a.m.
Sept 23, Oct. 28, and Dec 11
Owensboro Independent Schools
8:30-3:30 (CST) - Registration and light breakfast at 8:00 a.m.
Who Should Attend: Leaders and teachers interested in creating highly engaged digital learning environments. It is recommended schools send teams of at least two teachers.
Registration Deadline – May 25, 2015
All materials provided; lunch each day on your own
Choose below the event you plan to attend:
September 9, November 10 and December 10 in Brandenburg, KY
September 23, October 28 and December 11 in Owensboro, KY
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