PD Academia Understanding Assessment - March 24th 2019, 9am-5pm @ Cyberport, Hong Kong
EARCOS Weekend Workshop Unpacking Inclusion - January 19th-20th 2019, 8:30am-4:00pm @ Suzhou Singapore International School, China
Rates vary depending upon the type of workshop.
1-day workshops are charged at a rate of $300 per day with a maximum of 25 participants.
2-day workshops are charged at a rate of $250 per day with a maximum of 25 participants.
For consultancy and other types of workshops, please contact directly to discuss rates.
A 1-day workshop aimed at teachers who are completely new to concept-based learning, or just need a refresher.
In this workshop participants will explore the way in which students can be supported through assessments, the process of assessment and how the criteria work. Key topics covered are:
Exploring the difference between formative and summative assessments
Understanding the different task types for summative assessments
Developing performance of understandings using the GRASPS model
Understanding "best-fit" to holistically assess student achievement
In this 1 or 2-day workshop, participants will understand the nature and quality of the feedback that we provide our students, the importance of feedback in the learning process, as part of both formative and summative assessment and develop comprehensive strategies to provide more effective feedback to students.
In this interactive workshop, participants will be presented with a strategy for how to implement a learning diversity policy. As a particular focus, participants will be introduced to an inclusion continuum that breaks down the distinctions between differentiation, accommodation, and modification, and provides concrete examples of how they can be implemented in the classroom.
A workshop that introduces participants to the Project Zero Visible Thinking Routines. This workshop can be tailored to focus on how the routines can support ATL skill development.
A 9-module, innovative and rigorous professional development course for all teachers working with students aged between 8 and 18 years who are learning through a language that is not their primary language.
Mindfulness, Mindset and Shame: A Study of Research
Understanding Culture in Teams