Event Phone: 301.648.7475
February 6, 2022
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Description: Explore the power of student-driven differentiation in daily learning; jump starting student willingness to put forth effort, participate, study, and take intellectual risks. Examine the impact of educators serving as “choice coaches” to help students design their own pathways to increased achievement.
Through a variety of quick, practical, and engaging experiences, learn easy-to-implement steps to begin adding voice and choice into every lesson. This course uncovers how strategically providing choices in learning supports metacognition and promotes positive academic identities as students reflect on the choices they make. See how putting students in the driver’s seat of their learning transforms students from dependent learners to independent scholars.
Please Note: In the event of inclement weather or low enrollment, the workshop may switch to a live, virtual format. We will do everything possible to keep the workshop as an in-person event, as we are anxious to see you and interact with you.
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Note: This course may be taken for one graduate credit.
Venue: Comfort Cases Non-Profit