Workshops at Member Schools

WORKSHOPS AT MEMBER SCHOOLS


Member Schools' Workshop Submission form

Location: Pine Crest School
1501 NE 62nd Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334

When: July 18-19, 2019 
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Who: Educators, Administrators 

Cost: $300 (lunch included with conference)

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EVENT DETAILS:  Pine Crest School has created an opportunity for teachers, administrators, and education professionals to participate in two-day, in-depth learning intensives to facilitate professional development and learning in specific topic areas. View flyer.
You can attend one of the 2019 Summer Intensive topics below: 
Social and Emotional Education Workshop Intensive: A void in social and emotional programming for PK-12 institutions prompted Pine Crest to develop a tailored plan, using a strategic model. As a school committed to innovation and anchored by our core curriculum, we sought to balance the two while providing our students with the skill set needed for success beyond the classroom. Gain an understanding of how to achieve a cultural shift, integrate social-emotional skills into your curriculum, and improve social and emotional interactions within the broader school community.
Reading and Writing Workshop Intensive: Strong literacy instruction has the capacity to transform student learning of reading, writing, and word study.The Workshop Model provides a framework that supports children in becoming confident, autonomous lifelong learners through high-interest content and individualized instruction. Workshop Model establishes targeted instruction that increases intrinsic motivation, a critical factor in learning. During each workshop, students construct meaning in content areas by engaging in open-ended tasks that encourage social-emotional awareness, critical thinking, collaboration, and the transference of skills to applicable real-world arenas. During our two-day workshop, we will explore foundational components of the Workshop Model, assessment to drive instructional decisions, and engage in planning and implementation. 
Math Workshop Workshop Intensive: Take a deep dive into Math Workshop. We will explore the components of math workshop and update our beliefs about math. Discover ways to modify your instruction while thinking about the structure of the math block, effective math language, differentiation, and one-on-one conferring. You will leave with a deeper understanding of how to implement Number Talks and 3-Act Tasks and much more! 
Marketing Workshop Intensive: Marketing communications plays an important role in advancing the mission of a school, working with the admission team to inform and inspire prospective families to enroll and re-enroll; and with the development team to inspire donors to give and give again. Planning and executing strategic messaging supports these revenue-generating functions while promoting and protecting the reputation of the school.

Contact Information: Meagan Obst 
Phone: 954-492-6671
Email: eddesign@pinecrest.edu

Program/Session Information: Lisa Ockerman 
Phone: 561-883-6847
E-mail: eddesign@pinecrest.edu


K-12 Thinking Maps Training of Trainers

Location: The University School
                  3375 SW 75th Ave. Davie, FL 33314

Cost: $1,200

Dates: July 30-Aug. 1 
             & Oct. 7-8

About: Thinking Maps Training of Trainers aligns with 21st Century professional development that takes place within communities committed to continuous improvement, collective responsibility and goal alignment. Skilled educators at the school and district level will focus on a week-by-week Plan of Action as they lead the implementation of Thinking Maps for critical and creative thinking in all content areas and grade levels. These teacher leaders will learn how to embed continuous learning sessions about
relevant Thinking Maps applications into regularly scheduled planning sessions and/or Professional Learning Communities.

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ShiftinEdu is a biennial summit for forward thinkers hosted by St. Stephen's Episcopal Day School in Miami. We gather thought leaders and educators from all over the world and empower them to be influencers in their own communities. The focus of the summit is to drive innovation in education through leveraging new methodologies and technologies in learning. Call for Proposals open through April 30.

Keynote Speakers: Kim Bearden and Hamish Brewer.
Featured speakers: Heidi Hayes Jacobs, Carl Hooker, Tiffony Jacobs, Valerie Camille Jones, AJ Juliani, Brett Salakas, Ken Shelton, Tony Vincent.

When: October 23-25, 2019

Where: St. Stephen's Episcopal Day School
3439 Main Hwy
Miami, FL 33157

Who: Educators 

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Lausanne Learning: Dare to Design is a two-day professional development conference (March 12 - 13, 2020) focusing on design-thinking and project-based learning in the classroom. All workshops are led by educators who actively use these tools and strategies in the classroom and who will share their resources and ideas with you in a collaborative learning environment! This unique experience will be held on both the Trinity Preparatory School and Park Maitland School campuses.

Where:
Trinity Preparatory School and Park Maitland School
     5700 Trinity Prep Lane, Winter Park, FL 32792

Cost:
$225-$385; group discounts available (lunch is provided)

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