This presentation explores some of the approach and concepts of Adaptability Quotient (AQ).
In this session, we will explore how human needs are at the heart of every technological tool by tracing how humans (throughout history) have met those needs using available resources in innovative ways. Tracing past iterations and looking closely at their benefits and limitations, can help us predict and design future ones!
Some assume the merits of risk to be self-evident (no A's without F's). Yet, this isn't a commonly shared value among students, parents, or even peer educators; they often don't understand risk and rarely advocate for it, seeking only "safe" opportunities.
This presentation aims to showcase the steps we have made towards equity, diversity and inclusivity initiatives in our school. This has so far been a two and a half year process and has needed to tackle many issues, both internal to the school and external.
Two guest speakers with extensive EAL teaching experience will explore strategies and educational resources that can be used to support EAL learners, to provide you with practical tips when implementing the right tools and EdTech strategies for your classroom.
Developing an understanding of stories and how they are constructed can be challenging for young children.
In this session, learn how to find Entry points for agency and choose Vehicles for teaching students.
In this session, Greg will turn to Google to cherry pick aspects of the methodology they used to arrive at global domination and apply them to our world to achieve our goals as (physical) educators.
Teachers will be able to acquire more knowledge about managing a classroom effectively and construct lessons that will meet the needs of different students.
You have probably built a successful career around being knowledgeable, approachable, and above all, helpful. Yet now you are drowning in a never-ending to-do list and surrounded by a team of people that feel they need your involvement in everything.