#ISTE18 session: Much Better Staff and Team Meetings

Monday, June 25 - Much Better Staff and Team Meetings Presented by Rushton Hurley  Session resources **Note: I don’t proofread live blogs due to the intensity of these conferences. So, apologies in advance for typos or ramblings!! Just trying to capture the learning here, people! How can we use time better with staff meetings? Every … Continue reading #ISTE18 session: Much Better Staff and Team Meetings

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#ISTE18 Session: Coaching Trumps PD

Monday, June 15 - Coaching Trumps PD Presented by Katherine Goyette and Adam Juarez Session Slides (all citations from info below are in the slides) **Note: I don't proofread live blogs due to the intensity of these conferences. So, apologies in advance for typos or ramblings!! Just trying to capture the learning here, people! The … Continue reading #ISTE18 Session: Coaching Trumps PD

#TriConf17 Day 5: Creating a Professional Development Hub (Silvia Tolisano)

Session Description here. Note: many of my sentences in this blog come directly from Silvia's mouth...so let's just give a blanket citation to her! Links:  Silvia's page AASSA blog (it's crowdsourced from schools/teachers all over the world) Graded T&L blog Cool site to use to make infographics Notes: Unigogy: the study of self-directed and self-determined … Continue reading #TriConf17 Day 5: Creating a Professional Development Hub (Silvia Tolisano)

#TriConf17 Day 3

Keynote (Michael Fullan) Description here Various links: GPS approach to grading 21st century skills: the 6 Cs Michael Fullan's web site Ontario's report card templates "Deeper Learning: 10 Ways You Can Die" Updating Curriculum and Assessment (Heidi Hayes Jacobs) Links: Presentation slideshow Global Partnership hub (tons of great resources re: global challenges/partnerships) Bold Moves for … Continue reading #TriConf17 Day 3

#TriCon17 Preconference: Projects, Capstones, Quests

Session description here. Day 1 We started the session by talking about 16 Habits of Mind and reflecting a bit on ourselves and our students as learners. Purpose and Pedagogy  When thinking about pedagogy, think of these three clusters: Antiquated: What to cut? Classical: What to keep? (It's not old; it's timeless!) Contemporary: What to … Continue reading #TriCon17 Preconference: Projects, Capstones, Quests