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Fellowship Academy

October 30, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

Mary Bellavance and Frank LaBanca

GEAR-UP EVENT

This workshop will be geared towards teacher leaders as well as building level leaders.  There will be two paths for participants, one for teachers and one for administrators, as well as combined portions of the program.  This learning opportunity will focus on current beliefs around student-centered learning. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the Jobs for the Future’s Student-Centered Learning Framework.  As well as have opportunities to explore a variety of technology tools and choose at least one to implement at their school or classroom level.  Participants will create or revise a lesson or unit that encompasses one or more component of the student-centered learning framework.  Participants will develop and /or enhance requisite knowledge and skills related to leading staff and community partners through the transition to a student-centered learning model.

 

  • 8:00 Registration
  • 8:30 Workshop begins
  • 11:00 Lunch Provided  
  • 12:00 Afternoon Session workshop
  • 2:00 End of workshop

 

Learner Outcomes:

  • Participants will reflect on their current beliefs around student-centered learning. (ALL)
  • Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the Jobs for the Future’s Student-Centered Learning Framework. (ALL)
  • Participants will explore a variety of technology tools and choose at least one to implement at the school or classroom level. (ALL)
  • Participants will create or revise a lesson or unit that encompasses one or more component of the student-centered learning framework. (TEACHER GROUP)
  • Participants will develop and /or enhance requisite knowledge and skills related to leading staff and community partners through the transition to a student-centered learning model. (LEADERSHIP GROUP)

 

Leadership Topics/Activities

  • Strategies for transitioning to 1:1
  • Using technology to increase collaboration and communication both for adults and students.  
  • How G suite can save money and empower students and teachers to utilize technology efficiently
  • Defining an optimal student-centered classroom and examining “look fors” during observation cycles
  • Using protocols to leverage faculty meetings for professional growth
  • Using Instructional Rounds to identify schoolwide best practices
  • Having a relentless focus on data using a process (e.g., DataWise) to guide schoolwide instructional improvement

 

Teacher Topics/Activities

  • Using protocols to discuss and explore the resources and Student-Centered Learning Framework from https://studentsatthecenterhub.org/
  • Creating a personalized learning plan for professional growth this year
  • Using protocols to revisit and/or revise learning progressions and assessments
  • Exploring structures and instructional routines that support student-centered learning
  • Exploring a variety of technology tools that can be integrated into classroom instruction
  • Using protocols to create or revise a lesson or unit that incorporates one or more student-centered learning component

    Presenter Bios:
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Details

Date:
October 30, 2017
Time:
8:00 am - 2:00 pm

Organizer

Chris Hallett, NMEC Executive Director
Phone:
207-764-8106
Email:
hallettc@sad1.org
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Venue

UMPI Campus Center
181 Main Street
Presque Isle, ME 04769 United States
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