AIS 6 - 12 EDCAMP Sessions (continuing the conversation)
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SESSION #1SESSION #2
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2:15 - 3:003:15 - 4:00
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Can AIS be an interlingual school?Is Mother Tongue Support Crucial to Success in English Language Learning?
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Room 225Room 225
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What is interlingual learning? The IB Mother Language policy. The AIS policy.
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The monolingual classroom and student learningBilingualism vs.semi-lingualism
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Equal access to the curriculumA Mother Tongue program or linguistic genocide
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Interdisciplinary Units with the Fine Arts Developing cross-curricular units in the absence of grade level planning times
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Room 224Room 226
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How can Fine Arts collaborate with Math, Science, English, etc.Making informed connections
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Brainstorm and gather ideas and themesFitting in the MYP model
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Examples of collaboration already occuringInvolving students in the process
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Genuine tech integration & going paperlessGoogle Docs (and extensions) for collaboration
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Room 221Room 221
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Tech that makes learning easier
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Genuinely integrating devices regularly
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Working within constraints
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Student Engagement: Activities with a purposeMotivation
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Room 242Room 222
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Activity/ investigation based classroomWhat motivates you?
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Engaging activities using common coreWhat motivates students?
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Making "boring" more "exciting"What keeps us motivated throughout the year?
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Flipped/Blended Classroom iMovie for Teachers
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Room 222Room 220
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For everything there is a season.. And daytime unto every... How can you use video in lessons?
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How to fit the activity/material to the student's time and place?What makes a strong teacher-made video?
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Maximize learning in and out of class.What skills do teachers need to support student-made videos?
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Reflection and Self-AssessmentMaking reflections formative/useful
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Room 226Room 241
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Modeling and teaching reflection and metacognition skillsWhy reflect? How can we help students see the benefit?
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Using self-assessment in self-directed learningWhen is the best time to reflect - before or after assessments?
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Using problem based learningHow can we make this process a helpful tool for students?
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Purpose of AssessmentHow do we lower the cost of classroom failure?
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Room 220Room 242
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Content or skills?Failing forward
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Open book summatives?
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Do unit summatives provide opportunitIES for mastery?
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Authentic Inquiry How to get students more involved in assessment
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Room 223Room 223
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-Inquiry activites to apply in the classroom- helping students to evaluate feedback
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-Management of inquiry- "Miss you didn't mark my test".
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how to use feedback on your classAnchor Charts
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Room 227Room 224
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التغذية الراجعة .ما أثرها في عملية التعلم ؟~create a culture of literacy by MAKING THINKING VISIBLE
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متى تكون التغذية الراجعة ؟~demonstrate important content, concepts, questions, strategies, processes
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ما أنواعها ؟ ~what are they? why should I use them? how do I create different types?
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Accountable Talk StructuresWriting rubrics they will read
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Room 243Room 243
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Creating meaningful discussionsUsing rubrics DURING assessment
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How can discussions be assessed?Writing rubrics in kid-friendly language
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Allowing opportunity for all voices to be heardStrategies, not lectures, to teach kids how to use rubrics
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Which tool when?
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Room 240
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Purpose driven technology integration
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Choosing the best tool for the task
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Blogs vs Google Apps vs other technology
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