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Please note this workshop has been cancelled: You can still attend The Role...
Sat, May 27, 2017, 8:30 AM – Sun, May 28, 2017, 1:00 AM AEST
Please note that this workshop has been cacelled you can still register for: The Role of Concepts in Student-Centred Inquiry
Conceptual learning involves designing learning around ideas of significance and importance that have relevance in life within and beyond the classroom. They provide the why and purpose to student learning ensuring that learning is meaningful and transferable in different contexts and lead to deep understanding. © IGE
This workshop will focus on how to effectively plan and teach for conceptual learning. Whilst many curriculums are moving to more of a conceptual framework, it does not necessarily mean that conceptual learning is a focus in the classroom. This workshop will provide an opportunity to plan a unit of work with a focus on how to assess (formative and summative) and plan for conceptual teaching and learning. In this hands on workshop participants will work through a planning process with a conceptual lens.
Understand the importance of conceptual teaching.
Be introduced to a framework for the development of Understanding Goals and Conceptual Understandings.
Develop a framework to assist in moderating and assessing understanding goals through the formulation of a ‘rubric understanding’.
Develop appropriate summative assessment tasks that assess the Understanding Goals and, therefore, the Conceptual Understanding.
Understand and plan for how to formatively assess students understanding of concepts throughout the unit.
Develop one unit of work that has a conceptual focus.
This workshop will be suitable for teachers and leaders that are using or moving to a conceptual framework for planning, this includes classroom teachers, single subject teachers or coordinators teaching in elementary to middle school.
What to bring:
Participants will need to bring a unit they wish to develop a conceptual overview for and plan for conceptually and a computer/Ipad to work on.
Presenter: Tania Lattanzio
Tania is an experienced international educator. Previously a teacher, coordinator, and manager with the International Baccalaureate, she is now Regional Director of Innovative Global Education. In this role she works as a consultant extensively in Asia Pacific and other parts of the world. This role involves developing and conducting professional development for teachers and leadership, modeling pedagogy in classrooms, developing and designing curriculum for schools and working intensively with teaching teams, through mentoring and coaching, to improve planning, teaching and assessment. A passionate educator Tania works closely with educational institutions to specifically meet their needs in supporting school reform, making significant shifts in pedagogy and curriculum in both local and international settings.
Tania has recently co-authored a book titled 'Taking the Complexity Out of Concepts.'
M Ed (Curriculum and Administration), Grad Dip (Librarianship), Dip Ed
Saturday 27 May
8.30 - 9.00 Introduction to the conference
9.00 - 10.30 Session One
10.30 - 11.00 Break (snacks provided)
11.00 - 1.00 Session Two
1.00 - 1.45 Lunch (lunch provided)
1.45 - 3.45 Session Three
Sunday 28 May
8.30 - 10.30 Session Four
10.30 - 11.00 Break (snacks provided)
11.00 - 1.00 Session Five (conclusion of workshop)
All participants will receive a certificate of participation for the workshop.
Early Bird Fee: US$300.00
Registration fee after the 27 March 2017: US$330.00
Registration fee after the 27 April 2017: US$360.00
Please note that each workshop will proceed, based on participant registration. Innovative Global Education will inform you by 27 April, 2017 if the workshop is to be cancelled. If the workshop is cancelled your full payment will be reimbursed. If the workshop is proceeding you will not receive an email.
If Innovative Global Education is informed by by 27 April, 2017 that a participant is unable to attend the workshop, a full refund will be given. If notification of not being able to participate is after 27 April, 2017 IGE will be unable to refund the registration fee.
If, for any reason, a school needs to either transfer a registered participant to another workshop from the workshop registered or change the name of the participant attending a workshop, Innovative Global Education can make these changes on request from school or participant at any time
The hotel we recommended by the host school is the
Novotel, St Kilda: http://www.novotelstkilda.com.au/
The hotel is approximately a 5 minute drive from the school campus
Participants to inform on booking that you are attending IGE Conference. You will be entitled to a 10% discount on room prices at the time of booking.
Note: Novotel has set up an online booking process for participants. Please use the link below:
Transportation to and from Caulfield Grammar:
Parking at Caulfield Grammar:
For those coming by car, there is some parking on site at Gate 1 (no parking in Gate 2 or 3) but there may be Saturday sport so parking would be limited. There is parking outside around the campus.
Coming by train:
For those coming by train, the campus is about a 10min walk from Ripponlea train station.