'Developing Learner Agency' - After School Series
What would happen if learning and teaching in your class was more responsive, connected and passion-based?
What effect would it have if your learners were more emotionally robust.
How might it be if your learners could articulate and manage what they needed for their learning?
What difference would it make if you had the freedom to be more responsive in your teaching?
How might it be if you were able to have quality learning conversations on a regular basis?
What would it mean to your practice if you could layer professional learning over time so it was embedded and sustained?
A series of after-school workshops that support teachers to develop learner agency within their classrooms or collaborative learning spaces.
Wednesday 9 May: Creating responsive, relevant and integrated contexts for rich learning
Wednesday 13 June: Learning to Learn – building learning capacity
Wednesday 15 August: Assessment FOR and AS Learning in Action
Wednesday 5 September: Personalising learning using a workshopping approach and Developing Negotiated Choice within the classroom
Wednesday 24 October: Blended use of technologies for personalised learning
WHERE and WHEN?
Freeman's Bay School Auckland, 4.30–6.30pm
HOW MUCH & BOOKINGS?
$35 per person or $170 for 5 people from the same school per session.
Bookings essential: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary-Anne Murphy – Is a highly experienced facilitator who brings an infectious passion and inclusive people-skills to her work.
Known for her research-based, yet practical and innovative approach, Mary-Anne utilities mixed means of facilitation to ensure deep, sustained change. She has led numerous schools from traditional teaching methodologies to innovative pedagogies that are responsive to the needs of today's students. She has extensive leadership and teaching experience in both primary, secondary and tertiary contexts and also holds three coaching certifications.
Contact: Mary-Anne Murphy
(021) 888 597