WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

CUTTING-EDGE STRATEGIES TO TRANSFORM EDUCATION

Evaluate

7 widespread myths about education which are lacking supporting evidence (Wiliam)

Recognise

knowledge-based curriculum is one of the most powerful ways of increasing educational equity (Wiliam)

Sustain

the development of formative assessment with teacher learning communities using practical techniques (Wiliam)

Explore

why formative assessment needs to be the priority for every school to increase educational achievement (Wiliam)

Employ

cost-effective analysis to potential mechanisms for improving teacher quality (Wiliam)

Administer

practical strategies to help teachers and leaders to embrace changes in policy and practice based on work done with hundreds of school systems around the world (Wormeli)

Explore

the myths, principles, ethics and practicalities of standards-based grading based on decades of work in the U.S. and around the world (Wormeli)

Discover

why changing practice in classrooms, though challenging, will provide the greatest improvements in student achievement (Wiliam)

Engage

in best classroom practices of learning and teaching that will stand the test of time to improve student outcomes and prepare them for the future (Wormeli)

Establish

a system of differentiated instruction for diverse learners while meeting the needs of standardized testing and accountability (Wormeli)

Marshal

the eight forces that give rise to group culture and lay a foundation for creating a culture of thinking (Ritchhart)

Explore

10 things we need to say to our students everyday to help build a Culture of Thinking (Ritchhart)

Cultivate

the 10 mindsets that lay a foundation for Cultures of Thinking practices to shape classroom practices and across the school by connecting to theories of action (Ritchhart)

Master

six powers of making thinking visible and examine new thinking routines in Ron Ritchhart’s newest research to structure, scaffold, and support students’ thinking (Ritchhart)

Facilitate

thinking and address learning challenges in different content areas and grade levels using thinking routines as formative assessment tools (Ritchhart)

Assess

and understand and shape the culture of classrooms and schools to most effectively build a Culture of Thinking (Ritchhart)

Foster

the transformative power of collective teacher efficacy among teachers in achieving quality implementation of evidence-based school practices (Donohoo)

Implement

four processes used by highly successful learning communities in creating the conditions for mastery (the strongest source of collective efficacy) in schools (Donohoo)

Harness

the power of teacher teams by identifying four research-based, efficacy enhancing leadership practices (Donohoo)

Explain

the effect size research and identify where different influences rank in relation to collective teacher efficacy (Donohoo)

Differentiate

between mastery and performance goals and explain the relationship between mastery goal-orientations and collective efficacy (Donohoo)

Evolve

the role of educators by creating a culture of learning and innovation for students (Martin)

Spark

curiosity, ignite passion, and unleash genius by focusing on the characteristics of learner-centered experiences (Martin)

Plan

collaborative activities to empathize, ideate, and develop prototypes that will accelerate the shift to effective and empowering learning experiences for all students (Martin)

Shift

from a school-centred approach to a learner-centred model that creates whole human beings and actualizing the unique potential of every student (Hansen)

Equip

educators to create learner-centred environments using a three-part program framework based on pioneering learn-centred practitioners (Hansen)

Create

a new system of assessment on learning outcomes that reflect progress and innovation across multiple fields of discipline (Hansen)

Identify

and strengthen six factors that increase the impact of vicarious experiences as efficacy shaping sources for teams (Donohoo)