Balance with Blended Learning Book Study (virtual)
In this self-paced, online book study based on Catlin Tucker's book, Balance with Blended Learning, you will explore the practical and concrete strategies that she has used over the past decade to rethink the roles, responsibilities, and workflow in her own classroom.
Beautiful Questions in the Classroom Book Study
In this self-paced, online book study based on Warren Berger and Elise Foster's book, Beautiful Questions in the Classroom: Transforming Classrooms Into Cultures of Curiosity and Inquiry, you will explore the importance of questioning and how inquiry leads to learning, innovation, and personal growth. You will also learn strategies to inspire bigger, more beautiful student questions and techniques to help educators ask more beautiful questions. Throughout your study of the book, you will be provided with real-world examples, case studies, practical ideas, and question stems. Discover how to ask bigger, more beautiful questions and how to develop a powerful teaching approach that creates a classroom full of student driven inquiry.
Learning and Thinking that Make a Difference (LTMD) Conference
A one-day conference designed by Project Zero, Harvard Graduate School of Education. Featured presenters include Mark Church and Tina Blythe. The Learning and Thinking that Make a Difference (LTMD) conference is a one-day, exciting plunge into inspiring ideas and practical tools developed at Harvard’s Project Zero and aimed at engaging students in the deep learning and thinking they need to do in order to succeed in and out of school, both now and in the future. This in-person learning experience is designed for educators working at all grade levels (pre-K through 12), across subjects and disciplines, and in formal and informal educational contexts. Join us to explore PZ ideas with direct, practical, and powerful applications in your classroom and other settings!
One-on-One Mathematics and Literacy Instructional Support (Grades 6-12) Summer Office Hours
Do you need help with lesson or unit planning? Curious about standards-alignment in your current lesson plans? Need a thought partner to explore a topic in your discipline or to think through a student profile? Mathematics specialist Matt Fannon and Literacy specialist Rachel Lang Daniels offers cost-free, open office hours for collaboration with teachers, coaches, and instructional leaders.
Bring a team and join us for two inspiring days filled with hope, creativity, collaboration, and innovation. This conference will stimulate your thinking and feed your soul. You’ll be engaged in opportunities to envision authentic learning, be inspired by the work of others, personally experience authentic instructional strategies, and reflect on “lessons learned” and commit to next steps. Most importantly, you’ll find ways to help students connect intellectually and emotionally with their own learning.