July 7-8 | UBC Vancouver
Registration is now open for this 2-day intensive working session for teachers, teacher/district leadership teams, or others interested in making inquiry-informed and innovative practices a way of life in your school and district settings.
You will leave well prepared to make a difference to your learners by leading inquiry-based and research-informed learning in your school during the 2015-2016 school year based on:
- Applying a disciplined framework for professional inquiry
- Exploring and learning from innovation and change cases from BC, England, New Zealand, Australia, Asia and Europe
- Developing knowledge of the key learning principles that are central to innovative learning environments
- Considering the connections between social emotional learning and physical well-being
- Understanding how inquiry-based approaches for learners of all ages can build motivation and engagement
Facilitated by Linda Kaser and Judy Halbert, BC coordinators for the OECD / CERI research study on Innovative Learning Environments, Co-Directors of the Centre for Innovative Educational Leadership at Vancouver Island University, as well as authors of Spirals of Inquiry: for equity and quality and co-leaders of the BC Networks of Inquiry and Innovation and the Aboriginal Enhancement Schools Network. Exemplary school and district leaders will be joining Linda and Judy in facilitating this session.
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Register online by June 5:
Early registration is recommended as seats are limited for this program.