Events & Workshops
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Asking Good Questions (Click title for more information)
Learning how to ask good questions is essential in learning. Simply memorizing dates and giving back information isn't enough in our technically-advanced economy and global markets.
Explore the various types of thinking, evaluating and reflecting in this seminar.
11-2pm 1st Sunday every month
Understand variations of teacher practices in 'Hands on Science'. Click here for more information.
How often do you wish you could record important elements of your lesson so that students could review them either at home, or in a study hall. Here are step-by-step tutorials to help you get started building your own 'flipped classroom'. Click Here for webinar information.
All children learn best by viewing expected outcomes. But what is the best approach and how much do you show students? Guided inquiry and scaffolding are often helpful for teachers who want to help students make connections on their own and dig deeper with their thinking.