Conversations

During each of the six breakout sessions throughout the weekend, a large number of conversations will take place. This site will help you organize your plan for the weekend and provide the relevant information for each conversation. After signing in, search through the conversations below and mark the sessions you are interested in to populate your personal schedule on the right (or below if on your mobile phone).

"You don't ask us to remember books. You ask us to learn from them." Shifting Destinations in the Language Arts Classroom

Session 6
Christopher Rogers, Kiri Harris

What does it mean to affirm student voice through exploring literature and composition? What does a language arts classroom look like without right or wrong questions, without yes or no answers? How can we uplift perspective and process over objectivity and product? Students and teachers debate the benefits and challenges of our experimental curriculum.

#CLMOOC: Your Learning Constellation

Session 6
Scott Glass, Christina Cantrill

When you consider the ways that technology continues to transform learning and your role as a teacher, do you feel overwhelmed? Join this hands-on, dynamic conversation as we explore #clmooc: a collaborative learning community dedicated to helping educators gain the first-hand experience necessary to be confident, contemporary educators. And learners.

Creativity Isn't Just for the Gifted. Let's Change That!

Session 6
Rafranz Davis, Julian Miller

We know that inquiry driven practices supported by technology can help close the student opportunity gap. In many schools, struggling students, especially those of poverty or color, experience such learning the least. How do our own practices, beliefs and decisions lead to deeper inequities? Join us as we create/share thinking points meant to shift the access ratio, increasing opportunities for the kids that need it most.

Innovation and Justice

Session 6
Max Rosen-Long, Larissa Pahomov

What happens when innovation and social justice intersect? Who is doing the innovation, and who is being innovated upon? Who benefits and who loses out? And as practitioners in innovative models of education, in what ways are we participating in or complicit in these intersections?

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