The challenging new reality for educators at every level today is this: schools were not built for this moment. Increasingly, today’s children have the newfound ability to learn in powerful ways that don’t require classrooms, teachers, or curriculum in the traditional sense. In fact, it’s arguable that the role of modern schooling should be to help students develop into self-directed, self-determined learners first and foremost, rather than maintaining a focus on delivering discrete buckets of knowledge that in most cases is quickly forgotten and rarely applied.
In this workshop, we will explore the larger questions that surround schools and education today. What does powerful learning look like in the modern world? What new lenses for our work must we create to maintain our relevance as teachers and schools? What beliefs and values about learning and schooling are now most important to stay true to? What are the amazing possibilities for classroom learning as evidenced by schools that are transforming their practice from around the world? And how do we create cultures in school communities that put learning at the center and have the agility to constantly innovate and change?
March 28-29, 2019
Early Bird Rate: 625 Euros (register by December 15, 2018)
Standard Rate: 675 Euros (register by deadline 26 March, 2019)
Group rate (3 or more):
Group Early-bird rate: 575 Euros (register by December 15, 2018)
Group Standard rate: 625 Euros (register by 26 March, 2019)
Maximum number of participants: 75
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