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Instructional Design for 21st Century Learners


Summer 2019 One-Day Workshop
for Teachers, Instructional Coaches, & School / District Leaders
in South Carolina

For students to be truly prepared for college and careers, they need 21st century skills.

For teachers to be truly prepared to teach these skills, they need to design instruction that is standards-aligned, student-owned, and rigorous.

But what does that kind of instruction really look like?

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Take a day and invest in your growth!

WHY ATTEND 

Instructional Design for 21st Century LearnersAs a participant in this interactive one-day workshop, you will:

  1. Understand the foundations of 21st century learning.
  2. Connect 21st century learning skills for students to the SC Teaching Standards.
  3. Experience instruction through a learner's perspective.
  4. Know how to target student needs by examining content standards and how to align lesson plans and assessments to those content standards.
  5. Get to know other educators who are excited about exploring how to build 21st century classrooms.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND 

  • Teachers
  • Teacher Leaders
  • Instructional Coaches
  • Principals 
  • District Leaders in Curriculum & Instruction

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN

checkPart I: Foundations of 21st Century Learning

  • Develop an understanding of the major tenets of 21st century learning
  • Develop an understanding of instructional tasks and classroom environments that support 21st century learning
  • Consider the instruction provided in your classroom(s) and develop an initial plan to fully prepare students for a changing world

checkPart II: Meaningful Reflection on Your Students' Perspective

  • Explore your own practice in a meaningful way
  • Thoughtfully consider instruction through the lens of your students’ needs and engagement

checkPart III: Strategic Design for Student Achievement

  • Apply a concrete process for analyzing standards
  • Determine the level of thinking required by students to reach mastery of the standard
  • Match appropriate assessment methods to standards
  • Develop standards-based lessons with a focus on developing assessments aligned to standards

At the end of the workshop, you'll receive a certificate of participation that you can take back to your district for possible professional development credit.

TRAINERS 

bethany-lemoyne_headshot-circleBethany LeMoyne

Bethany serves as director of service delivery for Insight Education Group. She leads project teams and provides direct support to Insight's partners including schools, districts, states, and other education organizations. With experience as a teacher, coach, school leader, curriculum director, university-level instructor, and state level specialist, Bethany specializes in educator effectiveness initiatives, video coaching and feedback, and teacher and leadership coaching. She is committed to helping educators foster student growth though creating learning opportunities that cultivate 21st century learning skills in students, collegial collaboration, and innovative practices.

Leeann Michalak BarteeDr. Leeann Michalak Bartee  

Leeann is a senior associate with Insight and is primarily responsible for leading strategic school improvement and leadership initiatives with school districts. With experience as a secondary administrator, school improvement coach, and instructional designer, she specializes in taking common best practices and applying them in specific student, school, and district contexts. Leeann has extensive experience building and supporting instruction that aligns standards to 21st century learning skills. In relentless pursuit of #EquityforALL, Leeann strives for equity that embraces children and adults. She believes that the promise of school reform rests in the growth of leaders and empowerment of teachers. 

Kim DayKim Day

Kim is a project coach with Insight Education Group. She partners with school districts to provide targeted support for educator effectiveness, leadership initiatives, and student learning. Prior to joining Insight, Kim served as the executive regional master teacher with the South Carolina Department of Education. Kim has experience building and aligning standards and curriculum to 21st century learning skills and supporting educators in making the shift to focus on student behaviors and actions. Kim is committed to assisting South Carolina educators bridge 21st century learning skills with the SC Teaching Standards.

Sulina-Mohanty_headshot-circleSulina Mohanty

Sulina works with Insight Education Groups to support individuals and teams on various initiatives to maximize effectiveness. With experience as a teacher, coach, administrator, and program designer, she specializes in coaching, leadership development, inclusive education, and meeting the needs of all learners. Sulina has extensive experience working with public and private partners to design and facilitate programming that empowers students and educators with 21st century learning skills at the school and community level. Sulina is committed to ensuring that educators are equipped to prepare students for the future through authentic and meaningful learning experiences. 

DATES & LOCATIONS 

Tuesday, June 25, 2019
The Pee Dee Education Center

520 Francis Marion Road

Florence, SC 29506

Wednesday, June 26, 2019
East Point Academy Middle Campus
1401 Leaphart Street
West Columbia, SC 29169

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Clinton High School 

18132 Highway 72E

Clinton, SC 29325

More locations in other regions of South Carolina coming soon!


REGISTRATION 

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