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Tuesday, July 17 • 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Think like a Detective, Produce like an Investigative Reporter: Connecting the Common Core with deeper thinking, learning and sharing.

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Join us as we journey through a Common Core based activity drawing on critical thinking, information literacy and project development.  Explore the process changes involved in building the capacity of students to ask deeper questions, think critically about content, deconstruct information and support or challenge claims, as they respond to increasingly complex tasks.

An intentional play on the popular quote from David Coleman, a contributing author of the ELA Standards, the title of this workshop invites participants to engage with the standards using the media and mediums of todays leaners. 

Throughout this high engagement, hands-on workshop, participants will explore a process for:
- asking effective questions
- mapping a project plan
- collecting, analyzing and sifting through evidence
- identifying authentic audiences

Closing discussion and reflections will offer participants an opportunity to connect design elements of the workshop with learning experiences for their students.

 

Presentation Link: http://brainyardworkshop.wikispaces.com/


Speakers
avatar for Roy McCloud

Roy McCloud

About Roy McCloud | Learning Facilitator; Personal Development Coach, Birmingham Public Schools, Birmingham, MI | Roy is a dynamic, engaging teacher at Birmingham Covington School. His mission is to educate, inspire and empower people to transform the way they see themselves and to embrace their Best Life NOW! In addition to teaching, Roy has led countless workshops throughout the district, state, and country. His passion outside of school is... Read More →
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Sara Wilkie

Sara Wilkie: Head Learning Designer and Doer, November Learning, BalancEdTech
Sara Wilkie is an independent educational consultant who specializes in building the capacity of future-focused learning teams. She strives to foster an understanding of the connections and interplay between technology, pedagogy, and curriculum, and the process changes necessary to shift the focus from teaching to learning. Through hands-on, learning-centered and job-embedded experiences, Sara works side by side with K-12 students, teachers and... Read More →


Tuesday July 17, 2012 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Beacon Hill - 4th Floor (A wing)
  • Intended Level(s) All
  • Intended Audience General
  • Attendee Requirements Participants will need device to access Internet and contribute to web-based learning space (laptop, iPad, etc.)
  • Price 225
  • Capacity 30

Attendees (9)