Teachers as Architects of Learning: Effective Strategies for Learning-Focused Teachers

Details

In this session, participants will discover their natural disposition for teaching and learn about the implications of this on their ongoing development as teachers. They will also learn how to apply key learning constructs to their own “growth edge” as teachers. Gavin will outline high-leverage strategies for learning that will enable teachers to specifically make better use of time, develop safe and supportive classrooms, use successful questioning approaches and know how to use feedback to affect teacher and student learning. This is a must attend session for anyone in the business of supporting teacher growth or for those committed to discovering insights into their own practice and how to strengthen it.

Objectives and Outcomes 

  • Learn how to create successful learning experiences 
  • Explore high level teaching strategies 
  • Discover how to effectively use feedback to improve teacher and student learning

Additional Information

SKU CONF2019JAC
Session Session 1 - 9:00am - 10:30am
Day Day 4
Strand Classroom Strategies

In this session, participants will discover their natural disposition for teaching and learn about the implications of this on their ongoing development as teachers. They will also learn how to apply key learning constructs to their own “growth edge” as teachers. Gavin will outline high-leverage strategies for learning that will enable teachers to specifically make better use of time, develop safe and supportive classrooms, use successful questioning approaches and know how to use feedback to affect teacher and student learning. This is a must attend session for anyone in the business of supporting teacher growth or for those committed to discovering insights into their own practice and how to strengthen it.

Objectives and Outcomes 

  • Learn how to create successful learning experiences 
  • Explore high level teaching strategies 
  • Discover how to effectively use feedback to improve teacher and student learning