November 19, 2022 - December 24, 2022
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
- What’s happening with classroom walkthroughs and challenging conversations to boost teaching quality?
- How does understanding diverse learning styles and instructional strategies help school professionals meet individual needs and maintain high expectations for all?
- What is instructional strategy research suggesting for future highly effective schools and how does your school stack up today?
- Why inquiry-based strategies are working to engage student higher order thinking and build intercultural competence and global citizenship?
- Why will the application of the professional learning cycle support collaborative inquiry? What is the next step?
In this module participants will
- gain strategies for working with teachers to understand the relationship between self-regulation, learning skills and readiness for learning
- explore various learning styles and instructional strategies to meet the individual needs of all
- examine teaching strategies to build intercultural competencies and global citizenship in the classroom
- explore Marzano’s Nine Instructional Strategies for Effective Teaching and Learning
- utilize inquiry-based learning strategies to engage students in higher order thinking
- identify assessment “for, as and of” learning and how each informs teacher planning and instruction providing descriptive feedback to scaffold student learning and
- understand how to monitor the quality of teaching through classroom walkthroughs and challenging conversations.