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Teacher Skills Forum 2018

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Friday, March 2 • 9:30am - 5:30pm
How Do Teachers Help Students Develop Self-directed Learning through Project Work?

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Self-direction includes a set of skills that students can learn through project work.  However, teachers must explicitly plan and teach students to set criteria, make decisions, plan, and self-evaluate their work.  Teaching for Intellectual and Emotional Learning (TIEL) will provide a framework for teaching the thinking and social emotional skills that students develop through project work.

Participants will learn how to:
• Set criteria with students
• Plan a project over time
• Teach students to use criteria to evaluate a project
• Use the TIEL framework for teaching a wide range of thinking and social emotional processes through project work

Speakers
avatar for Christy Folsom - كريستي فولسوم

Christy Folsom - كريستي فولسوم

Instructional Coach - مدرب تعليمي, King’s Academy, Madaba, Jordan - كينغز أكاديمي
Dr. Christy Folsom is the Instructional Coach at King’s Academy. Dr. Folsom comes from New York City where she taught in the School of Education at Lehman College, City University of New York, Bronx.  She received her Ed.D. from Teachers College, Columbia University, where she developed the TIEL model as part of her dissertation research. Dr. Folsom has presented at conferences nationally and internationally... Read More →
avatar for John Leistler - جون ليستلر

John Leistler - جون ليستلر

Dean of Faculty - عميد الشؤون الأكاديمية, King’s Academy, Madaba, Jordan - كينغز أكاديمي
John Leistler is Dean of Faculty at King’s Academy where his duties include teacher appraisal, professional development, and overall support for teaching and learning at the school.  Frequently called The Legend, he also teaches AP Capstone Seminar and AP Language and Composition... Read More →


Friday March 2, 2018 9:30am - 5:30pm
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