- Saturday 19 October: Workshops
During this day you will attend two keynote presentations and select from a range of break-out workshops to attend.
Workshop choices will revolve around the Global Standard of Group Space Mastery, which are:
- Use higher levels of Bloom´s Taxonomy (applying, analyzing, evaluating, creating)
- Establish clear expectations for student responsibilities during class time
- Include practice activities at differing levels to ensure all students have materials to work from that are just above their current ability
- Use a variety of active learning strategies in the group space such as Project Based Learning, Inquiry, Mastery, Genius Hour, and Peer Instruction
- Model group space activities for students before starting the activity
- Never lecture or explain the videos in classroom for those who did not do the pre-class media
- Set up student-centered activities that encourage students to summarize the content of the pre-class media
- Include activities that encourage students to create their own content
- Require reflection at the end of each lesson
- Be willing to fail at new group space activities and try again
- Provide differentiation within the group space (tasks, outcomes, support, and resources)
- Promote collaborative and group work
- Use both digital and analog tools to foster students’ in-class work
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