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August 1-2, 2019

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Assessment & Pedagogy for Learning [clear filter]
Thursday, August 1
 

9:00am

Workshop 1- Personalizing Learning through a Strengths-based Pedagogy
How do you work with students to design learning that is challenging, doable and worthy of the attempt? This breakout session focuses on how we build relationships with learners through the lens of the four filters: voice, co-creation, social construction and self-discovery. We will study examples from around the U.S. and the world to inspire and design together with participants in the session

Speakers
avatar for Allison Zmuda

Allison Zmuda

Education Consultant-curriculum, assessment and instruction, Learning Personalized


Thursday August 1, 2019 9:00am - 11:30am
Richardson Hall - Ben Johnson III Theatre

9:00am

Workshop 1-Death to the Boring - How to Engage All Students with Pear Deck and Gim Kit!
In a world of lectures and presentations, the content delivery method has always been the same. A slide goes up, notes get written, a slide changes, and the world keeps spinning. 
With better access to technology, students are looking for better ways to become engaged and connect with the materials. Enter PearDeck and GimKit! PearDeck is an incredible tool for live content delivery. It simultaneously broadcasts your screen onto their devices, in real time, while allowing them to interact with it. It allows for immediate feedback, impromptu questioning and deeper connections with materials. Tired of using Kahoot because it is just the same thing over and over again? GimKit, designed and run by a group of high school students from Seattle, is the next evolution in student review. Strategize, compete, collaborate and learn in a race against the clock that doesn’t feel like a race at all! 



Speakers
avatar for Scott Hebert

Scott Hebert

Teacher, EICS Division - OLA School
Scott Hebert is an educator of 10 years who has made it his goal to eliminate the stereotype that school is boring. In an effort to do this he has been recognized both provincially (Alberta Excellent in Teaching Award in 2013), nationally (2017 Laurentian University Human Kinetics... Read More →


Thursday August 1, 2019 9:00am - 11:30am
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9:00am

Workshop 1-Developing Literacy with Visual Texts
The use of visual texts in all disciplines invites inquiry and promotes curiosity. Learners work collaboratively to build understanding while engaging in critical thinking and problem solving skills as they focus on what can be learned from a visual text. Participants will engage with a variety of visual texts using visual thinking strategies that are easily adaptable for all ages and disciplines. Effective use of visuals creates purpose for reading, writing, listening and speaking as learners acquire new content and thinking skills.

Speakers
avatar for Laura Terrill

Laura Terrill

Consultant, ACTFL
Laura Terrill is a national consultant who holds a BA in French from the University of Missouri — St. Louis and a MA in Secondary Administration from Northeast Missouri State University. She taught French at all levels for 21 years before becoming the Coordinator of Foreign Language... Read More →


Thursday August 1, 2019 9:00am - 11:30am
Carlos Science Center Atrium

9:00am

Workshop 1-Real-World Learning (in middle and high school)
Project-based learning has the potential to lead to deeper learning and increased student engagement, but not all projects achieve the same results. Increasing the authenticity of PBL is one strategy for success. This hands-on workshop for middle and high school educators will focus on designing projects that connect with students’ real-world interests while also meeting important learning goals. Participants will explore practical project design strategies, including:
  • Remodeling traditional units to increase authenticity
  • Connecting with content experts during project planning and implementation
  • Reaching audiences beyond the classroom
  • Inviting feedback from critical friends
  • Scaffolding student-centered learning

Speakers
avatar for Suzie Boss

Suzie Boss

Writer and Educational Consultant, Buck Institute for Education
I’m a writer and educational consultant from Portland, Oregon, working to harness the power of teaching, learning, and storytelling to improve lives and transform communities. Recent projects have taken me across the United States and around the globe to support schools that are... Read More →


Thursday August 1, 2019 9:00am - 11:30am
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9:00am

Workshop 1-Wicked Tools for Wicked Problems: Using Improvement Science to Lead Innovation
Transforming schools qualifies as a "wicked problem" - one that cannot be addressed in a traditional, linear fashion - and requires a set of "wicked tools." Using Improvement Science as a road map for change, participants will gain a new set of tools and strategies to lead innovation in schools and districts. Whether you are years into your journey or just beginning to think about the future, Improvement Science supports the "triple aims" of educational improvement: increased effectiveness, greater efficiency, and enhanced engagement. Participants will leave with concrete ideas, strategies, and tools to continue leading innovation.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Beth Holland, EdD

Dr. Beth Holland, EdD

Digital Equity Project Director, Writer, Researcher, Consultant, Consortium for School Networking
Dr. Beth Holland is a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Rhode Island as well as the Digital Equity Project Director for the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN). Over the past 20 years, she has taught in K-12 classrooms, served as Director of Academic Technology... Read More →


Thursday August 1, 2019 9:00am - 11:30am
W143

11:35am

Concurrent Sessions 1-Bringing Social, Emotional, and Ethical (SEE) Learning into the Classroom
Participants will learn three lessons from the SEE Learning curriculum. Participants will learn about the resiliency zone graph, Help Now strategies, and resourcing. Participants will see how these lessons have been incorporated into a high school classroom, and there will be opportunities to brainstorm how these lessons could be incorporated into other settings.

Speakers
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Carri Carver

Educator, Woodward Academy
Carri Carver has been a mathematics educator for 15 years. Areas of expertise include social/emotional learning, inclusion and equity, design thinking, and formative assessment


Thursday August 1, 2019 11:35am - 12:20pm
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11:35am

Concurrent Sessions 1-Informal Learning: Tapping Into Natural Curiosity
Have you ever seen a baby begin to crawl, or heard a child mutter their first words. Humans are innately curious beings and their natural motivations for learning are instinctive. In this interactive session we will discuss incorporation of a mixed informal learning environment that taps into our innate motivations for learning and creativity. Learning absolutely can be and should be a naturally rewarding experience. During part one of the session, teachers will take part in a demonstration EXPERIENCE that models the informal learning process incorporated into a formal classroom setting.  

Speakers
DB

Daniel Bermel

Educator, Woodward Academy
Danny Bermel is a PhD Candidate at The University of Georgia. He has presented education sessions at state, national, and international conferences. He has presented, taught and toured in Ireland, Kenya, Kazakhstan, Costa Rica. He has performed at the International Bluegrass Music... Read More →


Thursday August 1, 2019 11:35am - 12:20pm
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11:35am

Concurrent Sessions 1-Setting your Students up for Authentic Collaboration
Perhaps the most misused word in education is collaboration. What do we mean when we tell students they will be collaborating? More importantly, what do students do when we tell them they will be collaborating? Even more importantly, how are we modeling the benefits of collaboration to our students? Attend this interactive session to experience the benefits of collaboration (increased student engagement, improved learning, and facilitation of collective goals), explore the importance of collaboration in the higher education setting (reduced student isolation, diversity of learning), and consider ways to set students up for authentic collaboration (trust, norms, and significant work). The purpose of this session is twofold: to build knowledge regarding the importance, benefits, and outcomes of student collaboration; to increase the opportunity for incorporating student collaboration in current courses. The session presenters will facilitate interactive opportunities to build knowledge through experiencing the importance, benefits, and characteristics of authentic collaboration, such as discussion protocols, brainstorming, and providing peer feedback. Participants will engage in a self-assessment regarding their current use of student collaboration and, after considering opportunities for collaboration within current courses, create a goal for future collaborative student learning opportunities. Participants will leave with a heightened awareness of the importance of and the need for collaboration, practical strategies for incorporating student collaboration, and a plan for setting students up for authentic collaboration.

Speakers
DK

Dr. Karen Marklein

Program Director, Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning and Innovation
Dr. Karen Marklein is a program director for the Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning and Innovation. Most of Karen’s professional career has been spent teaching high school English and serving as a secondary instructional coach. Karen has presented for ASCD, ISTE, LEAD, and Learning... Read More →
avatar for Julia Osteen

Julia Osteen

Technology Integration Specialist, Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning &Innovation
Julia Osteen is the Technology Integration Specialist for the Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning & Innovation at Lipscomb University. She coaches College of Education faculty on their use of technology for learning and is an Instructor in the College of Education. Julia has worked... Read More →


Thursday August 1, 2019 11:35am - 12:20pm
W136

12:30pm

Concurrent Session 2- Planning, Pacing, and Posting Homework for Woodward Academy Upper School Teachers
Want to get some preplanning our of the way? Want to have all your homework posted online before the school year starts? Come make your calendar that will not only give you a planner for the entire semester, it will also allow you to post all your homework to PowerSchool Learning in about 5 min. You can also learn how to upload your plans into Google Calendar if you prefer a digital version. Each participant should bring a laptop or computer with a full version of Microsoft Excel. We will allow you time to actually use the excel calendar and enter your specific information. We will walk you through the process of posting homework and setting up homework calendars for your classes, etc.  Come see why teachers are saying that this spreadsheet "has honestly been a lifesaver!"

Speakers
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Sara Elliot

Educator/Coach, Woodward Academy
Sara Elliot is a  Math Teacher in the Upper School at Woodward, alumni of the Academy, and coaches in the Athletic Department.  Sara Elliot is entering her 5th year as a math teacher at Woodward.  She teaches Algebra 2 and Geometry and has been working with Microsoft Excel since... Read More →
TC

Tim Coats

Educator/Coach, Woodward Academy
Tim Coats is a  Math Teacher in the Upper School at Woodward, alumni of the Academy, and coaches in the Athletic Department. He teaches Geometry and Algebra 2 in addition to coaching Volleyball, Basketball, and Lacrosse.  


Thursday August 1, 2019 12:30pm - 1:15pm
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12:30pm

Concurrent Sessions 2-Seeds to Trees: A Guide to Using Relationships to Foster Collaboration
As a faculty collaborator and Ed Tech Coordinator, my success relies on how wide-spread and deep my relationships go with people on campus. Trust, empowerment, and respect are necessary elements in working with faculty when supporting them through a creative process. How can an inviting culture facilitate wonder, collaboration, inquiry, and community?     In this session, I will share strategies to create a collaborative culture and get your ed tech person working with your teachers!   *Create conditions that allow students to thrive and be creative  *Create a community in which faculty collaborate cross-departmentally   *Build relationships with departments that are long lasting and involve   *Empower faculty to try new approaches and strategies in a low-risk and supportive environment  *Take projects from ideas to fruition: what this process looks like  

Speakers
avatar for Jenn Zanoria

Jenn Zanoria

Educational Technology and Innovation Coordinator, Windward School in Los Angeles, CA
Jenn Zanoria is the Educational Technology and Innovation Coordinator at Windward School (grades 7-12) in Los Angeles, CA. In this position, Jenn works closely with faculty to develop engaging and thoughtful units, lessons, and projects that allow students to show what they know... Read More →


Thursday August 1, 2019 12:30pm - 1:15pm
W141

12:30pm

Concurrent Sessions 2-Utilizing Game Show Techniques in Student Assessment Preparation
Description/ Goals/ Takeaways:  Attendees will learn how to use game show techniques including those used in Family Feud, King of the Hill, High Q, and Jeopardy in preparing and preparing for class assessments.  The goal of the session is to reverse the classroom.  In lieu of the teacher and/or department creating the objective assessment, the individual students, as part of their own review, create the content of their own assessment.  The attendee will facilitate the students using their acquired knowledge to create the game questions used in the game show and that will also later be used in their actual assessment.  

Speakers
BK

Brian Keith Jackson

Educator, Woodward Academy
BA University of Iowa.  Major:  Spanish Literature and Culture.  Minor:  African American Studies    JD  University of Iowa    MA Georgia State University.  Education


Thursday August 1, 2019 12:30pm - 1:15pm
W136

1:20pm

Workshop 1---How Goal Setting with Students Helps Them Own the Learning Experience
What is expected of me? How do I know that I am getting better over time? This session focuses on how to guide students through setting and monitoring goals through a review of concrete tools and examples. Participants will have a chance to generate, share, and ideas for the start of the school year.


Speakers
avatar for Allison Zmuda

Allison Zmuda

Education Consultant-curriculum, assessment and instruction, Learning Personalized


Thursday August 1, 2019 1:20pm - 3:45pm
The LJ - Jane Woodruff Hall

1:20pm

Workshop 1-Making Writer’s Workshop Work - Ideas, Mini-Lessons, and Strategies to Boost Student Engagement
Participants will explore how to launch the writer’s workshop in effective and engaging ways. We’ll use a collective experience of “I’m a Writer Who” as a way to create community, confidence, early assessment data, and a strategic launch to the workshop framework. Megan will focus on (a) developing mini-lessons (in small group workshops with weak student writing samples) and (b) using writer’s craft to develop stronger student voice. Participants will leave with: a toolkit for launching and teaching within the writer’s workshop framework, strategies for going “off script” and how to do so efficiently, and an understanding of using writing samples to address weaknesses/gaps.

Speakers
avatar for Megan Howard Nellen

Megan Howard Nellen

Consultant, Confluence Educational Consulting
Megan Howard Nellen provides embedded strategic consulting to schools and educational nonprofits through her own firm, Confluence Educational Consulting. Currently, her work centers on leadership development/coaching as well as supporting primary and elementary schools with curriculum... Read More →


Thursday August 1, 2019 1:20pm - 3:45pm
Carlos Science Center Atrium

1:20pm

Workshop 2--Real World Learning (elementary)
Project-based learning has the potential to lead to deeper learning and increased student engagement, but not all projects achieve the same results. Increasing the authenticity of PBL is one strategy for success. This hands-on workshop for elementary educators will focus on designing projects that connect with students’ real-world interests while also meeting important learning goals. Participants will explore practical project design strategies, including:
  • Remodeling traditional units to increase authenticity
  • Connecting with content experts during project planning and implementation
  • Reaching audiences beyond the classroom
  • Inviting feedback from critical friends
  • Scaffolding student-centered learning

Speakers
avatar for Suzie Boss

Suzie Boss

Writer and Educational Consultant, Buck Institute for Education
I’m a writer and educational consultant from Portland, Oregon, working to harness the power of teaching, learning, and storytelling to improve lives and transform communities. Recent projects have taken me across the United States and around the globe to support schools that are... Read More →


Thursday August 1, 2019 1:20pm - 3:45pm
W134

1:20pm

Workshop 2--Working with Vocabulary in Context
If vocabulary is truly the key to understanding a discipline, how can lessons be designed to create a more intentional focus on vocabulary? Vocabulary is best learned as students become aware of how words are used in context and then engage in activities that allow them to use those words as they process that content. Techniques for presenting and organizing new words will be highlighted and participants will experience strategies and games that allow for contextualized practice of new words. Finally, active and passive strategies for assessment of vocabulary will be discussed.

Speakers
avatar for Laura Terrill

Laura Terrill

Consultant, ACTFL
Laura Terrill is a national consultant who holds a BA in French from the University of Missouri — St. Louis and a MA in Secondary Administration from Northeast Missouri State University. She taught French at all levels for 21 years before becoming the Coordinator of Foreign Language... Read More →


Thursday August 1, 2019 1:20pm - 3:45pm
W141

1:20pm

Workshop 2-7 Steps to Creating an IPA
Although most teachers are now familiar with the concept of an Integrated Performance Assessment, many are not confident in their ability to design this type of assessment on their own. In this workshop, participants will be guided through the process of selecting an appropriate authentic resource and creating an interpretive, interpersonal and presentational task. In addition, Lisa will share her tips for implementing and assessing IPAs in an efficient manner.

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Shepard

Lisa Shepard

Consultant, Shepard World Language Consulting, LLC
Lisa Shepard is a National Board Certified French teacher who was selected as Ohio’s World Language Teacher of the Year in 2016.  She is the author of the blog, Madame’s Musings, and her work has also been published in the AATF National Bulletin and the University of Oregon’s... Read More →


Thursday August 1, 2019 1:20pm - 3:45pm
W143

1:20pm

Workshop 2-Building an Accurate Assessment System
Perhaps one of the most important yet ambiguous tasks a teacher has is to measure learning. Implementing Standards-Based or Competency-based Grading has the potential to improve our practices in the assessment arena. These systems provide students feedback according to earning objectives, or standards. Students gain clarity on what they do and don’t understand. If the assessments are accurate and authentic, student’s develop agency in their learning. This workshop will explore how to implement more accurate assessment practices that include a shift to standards and competencies. It will examine:
·       The difference between competency and standards-based grading,
·       Ways to craft more authentic and accurate assessments,
·       The connection between assessment and level of thinking,
·       Ways to eliminate harmful assessment practices, and
·       The important role of feedback and formative assessment

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth Helfant

Elizabeth Helfant

Coordinator of Pedagogical Innovation, MICDS
Elizabeth Helfant is the Coordinator of Curricular and Pedagogical Innovation at the Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School (MICDS), a JK-12 school of 1250 students in Missouri. Following graduation from Davidson College in 1984, Ms Helfant began her career in education teaching... Read More →


Thursday August 1, 2019 1:20pm - 3:45pm
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Friday, August 2
 

9:00am

Workshop 1- Tiering Assessments and Assignments (Middle and Upper School Choice)
Some students are ready for the first steps of a topic and others are ready for advanced assignments and assessments in that topic—so how do we tier assignments and assessments to maximize their learning? Join us for a practical and thought-provoking look at what constitutes mastery, and how we can increase and decrease complexity in student assignments and assessments while meeting the needs of standards and their benchmarks, all within one class period. We will include two helpful lesson sequences: the Anchor and the Football, as well as great attention moves, student "orbitals," personal agendas, tips on how to get students to work autonomous to the teacher and much more. This is a "how-to" and "why-we-do-it" workshop for those just getting their feet wet with tiering assignments and assessments or those already swimming in differentiated instruction who want more ideas.


Speakers
avatar for Rick Wormeli

Rick Wormeli

Educator and Consultant
One of the first Nationally Board Certified teachers in America, Rick brings innovation, energy, validity and high standards to both his presentations and his instructional practice, which include 39 years teaching math, science, English, physical education, health, and history, as... Read More →


Friday August 2, 2019 9:00am - 11:30am
Richardson Hall - Ben Johnson III Theatre

9:00am

Workshop 1-Different Approaches to Learning for a Different Generation
For centuries, educational philosophers and psychologists have known two truths about learning: 1. Students bring prior knowledge, skills, and attitudes - often in the form of preconceptions or misconceptions - with them to school, and 2. Great learning experiences are active, social, and meaningful. In this workshop, participants will first unpack the realities of today's students. Whether they are Net-Gen,  iGen, or Generation Z, they possess prior experiences, traits, and characteristics previously unknown to educators. We will also explore what Scott McLeod, Dean Shareski, and Julie Graber refer to as Four Big Shifts: Deeper Learning, Student Agency, Authentic Context, and Technology Infusion to create authentic experiences for new learners.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Beth Holland, EdD

Dr. Beth Holland, EdD

Digital Equity Project Director, Writer, Researcher, Consultant, Consortium for School Networking
Dr. Beth Holland is a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Rhode Island as well as the Digital Equity Project Director for the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN). Over the past 20 years, she has taught in K-12 classrooms, served as Director of Academic Technology... Read More →


Friday August 2, 2019 9:00am - 11:30am
W143

9:00am

Workshop 1-Press Start to Begin- The Gamification of Education
Children, and adults for that matter, have never been more engaged by games than they are now. Can teachers harness the psychology behind game creation and turn his or her class into something all students will beg to be in? In an education system designed where students start with 100% and lose as they go, Gamification flips this concept onto its head focusing on the individual’s progression while increasing both intrinsic and extrinsic motivation exponentially. 
Scott has successfully turned his Grade 8 science course into a live action role playing game. Students compete against the teacher, each other, other teams and other classes in an effort to level up and progress in a narrative rich, cross-curricular world known as Scientia Terra! Sounds intimidating but it is not! You will walk out of this session inspired and driven to make changes to your teaching with all of the tools to begin your own gamification journey!
Will you press start?

Speakers
avatar for Scott Hebert

Scott Hebert

Teacher, EICS Division - OLA School
Scott Hebert is an educator of 10 years who has made it his goal to eliminate the stereotype that school is boring. In an effort to do this he has been recognized both provincially (Alberta Excellent in Teaching Award in 2013), nationally (2017 Laurentian University Human Kinetics... Read More →


Friday August 2, 2019 9:00am - 11:30am
W200

9:00am

Workshop 1-Purposeful Lesson Planning: Making Every Minute Count
Multiple factors impact the quality of a lesson and consideration of what we know about how the brain learns and what causes learning to stick is critical if lessons are to be designed for maximum effectiveness. Participants will consider each part of the learning cycle from gaining attention and providing input to performance with feedback in order to consider what matters most at each stage of the lesson. Strategies for verifying that each learner is meeting the goals will be shared. Instructional strategies for maximizing student engagement will also be shared.

Speakers
avatar for Laura Terrill

Laura Terrill

Consultant, ACTFL
Laura Terrill is a national consultant who holds a BA in French from the University of Missouri — St. Louis and a MA in Secondary Administration from Northeast Missouri State University. She taught French at all levels for 21 years before becoming the Coordinator of Foreign Language... Read More →


Friday August 2, 2019 9:00am - 11:30am
Carlos Science Center Atrium

1:15pm

Workshop 2--Getting to Know Your Students So You Can Actually Differentiate Instruction
 Differentiated Instruction is responsive teaching, but we can't respond to students we do not know. Join us for a practical look at the tools and methods for getting to know your students quickly and throughout the year so you can make informed responses to their learning differences, and enhance the classroom experience for both you and your students.

Speakers
avatar for Rick Wormeli

Rick Wormeli

Educator and Consultant
One of the first Nationally Board Certified teachers in America, Rick brings innovation, energy, validity and high standards to both his presentations and his instructional practice, which include 39 years teaching math, science, English, physical education, health, and history, as... Read More →


Friday August 2, 2019 1:15pm - 3:45pm
Richardson Hall - Ben Johnson III Theatre

1:15pm

Workshop 2-Engaging Students in Learning (6-12)
So much of what happens in the MS and US classrooms is connected to assessment and grades and has a tendency to drive us to point based transactions over a desire to learn. In this session we will explore
  • what effective, research-based assessment practices should we be implementing
  • how to shift assessment conversations to learning from points
  • how to effectively use formative assessment to engage students in self reflection about learning
  • how to develop homework that deepens and supports learning goals rather than providing a point-based transaction that can inflate a grade
  • tools that can help us monitor student learning
A backdrop of the conversation will be the correlation between authentic, challenging learning opportunities and student engagement.

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth Helfant

Elizabeth Helfant

Coordinator of Pedagogical Innovation, MICDS
Elizabeth Helfant is the Coordinator of Curricular and Pedagogical Innovation at the Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School (MICDS), a JK-12 school of 1250 students in Missouri. Following graduation from Davidson College in 1984, Ms Helfant began her career in education teaching... Read More →


Friday August 2, 2019 1:15pm - 3:45pm
W126

1:15pm

Workshop 2-Incorporating Authentic Resources Across the Modes
In this session, participants will learn how to use authentic resources to foster interculturality, provide comprehensible input and engage students in all modes of communication. Tips will be given for curating appropriate resources, as well as for designing communicative activities using infographics, songs, cartoons and other resources for students at all levels of proficiency.

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Shepard

Lisa Shepard

Consultant, Shepard World Language Consulting, LLC
Lisa Shepard is a National Board Certified French teacher who was selected as Ohio’s World Language Teacher of the Year in 2016.  She is the author of the blog, Madame’s Musings, and her work has also been published in the AATF National Bulletin and the University of Oregon’s... Read More →


Friday August 2, 2019 1:15pm - 3:45pm
W139

1:15pm

Workshop 2-Reading and Writing in the Content Areas
Today’s learners must acquire the skills needed to read challenging discipline specific content. This workshop will provide an overview of the factors that impact a learner’s ability to read and comprehend text.  It will address the often heard comment “I read it. I just don’t remember it.” Several before, during, and after reading strategies that require readers to engage meaningfully with a text will be presented.  Finally, participants will explore the connection between reading and writing giving consideration to models that allow students to process new learning by capturing their thinking as they develop their writing skills.

Speakers
avatar for Laura Terrill

Laura Terrill

Consultant, ACTFL
Laura Terrill is a national consultant who holds a BA in French from the University of Missouri — St. Louis and a MA in Secondary Administration from Northeast Missouri State University. She taught French at all levels for 21 years before becoming the Coordinator of Foreign Language... Read More →


Friday August 2, 2019 1:15pm - 3:45pm
W200