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Saturday, December 3 • 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Learning to Teach for Learning: The Imperative for Constructivism

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In an era of curriculum coverage and teaching to the test, classroom models of constructivist learning theory are becoming increasingly rare. Rather than learning to use their minds well, children are being prepared to "do" school. How, then, do we support and convince our newest teachers to develop a practice based on how people learn -- a practice they may have never encountered as students? In this workshop, participants will use structured conversations to collaboratively examine their notions of constructivist learning theory, surface assumptions, and risks associated with learning to teach for meaning-making.  

Speakers
avatar for Beth Graham

Beth Graham

Professional Development Specialist, School Reform Initiative

Facilitators
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Ruth Whalen Crockett

Director of the New Teachers Collaborative, Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School



Saturday December 3, 2016 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Rotunda Room

Attendees (32)