As educators we want to ensure that we are investing our limited time and energy into instructional strategies that will lead to student success.
This presentation will focus on how we can Innovate Through Drama; there will be a particular emphasis on the use of dramatic improvisation techniques and games in education. We will explore how these can be effectively applied in the classroom.
Sometimes teaching feels like a race. We’re chasing pre-determined curricular plans, running to finish a unit on time, frantically finishing content before a looming assessment.
We will explore the power of an interactive read aloud that engages readers emotionally, intellectually and authentically. Through focused question techniques that will invite inquiry and more purposeful dialogue, readers will be inspired to read better and in more powerful ways on their own.
Participants in this session will get a view of what our Outdoor Makerspace looks like, what it means to students, the steps it took to get there, and gain insight on how to create your own school's Outdoor Makerspace
In this presentation, I will share a curation of apps, mapped to the ISTE teacher and student standards and the SDG’s.
Hear about intentional shifts from a Consultant role focused on IT Triage & Support to a Coaching role focused on Instructional Practice and curriculum. Presented by Ed Tech Coaches from HKIS.
Books are a gentle way to help kids make sense of some of life’s big issues. Deborah’s anger about inaction to climate change drove her to write a trilogy about kids living in a flooded city.
The Missionary Daughters of the Holy Family of Nazareth opened Col·legi Montserrat in 1926 with a vision to ‘shape the mind and heart” of its children. In the present day, their vision has translated further into providing ‘quality teaching, excellence, and innovation’. On its Barcelona campus, it teaches approximately 1050 students from K-12.
Professional Development for teaching staff is usually a norm for most schools to support student learning. What about the training for non-teaching staff?