Teacher Skills Forum 2018

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Friday, March 2 • 9:30am - 5:30pm
11 - Turning Experience into Expertise: Professional Learning through the Collaborative Assessment of Student and Teacher Work LIMITED

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The most powerful evidence of the quality of teaching and learning is the student and teacher work that occurs in the classroom. Protocols (or guided conversations) are tools that enable a group of colleagues to collaboratively examine that work in ways that generate profound professional learning. In this workshop, participants will engage in several protocols in order to learn:
  • Key qualities that transform a meeting into a learning conversation.
  • How to choose and use protocols to support professional learning.  
  • How protocols can be used in an ongoing collaborative inquiry process.
  • Facilitation strategies for leading such conversations effectively.
While the focus throughout the workshop will be on the creation of powerful learning conversations for teachers and administrators, we will also address briefly how these same tools and strategies might be applied, with modifications, to support student learning in the classroom.

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Tina Blythe - تينا بلايث

Lecturer on Education and Project Director, Harvard Project Zero
Tina Blythe is a lecturer on education and a project director at Harvard Project Zero. A researcher at Project Zero since 1988, she studies and supports practices for engaging both students and educators in deep learning and thinking, particularly through reflection, collaborative... Read More →

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Friday March 2, 2018 9:30am - 5:30pm PST
Harranah 5 - First Floor