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March 2021

Changing Minds to Address Poverty in the Classroom

March 17 - May 12
Online MI

Changing Minds to Address Poverty in the Classroom is based on the work of Eric Jensen, this course provides background on the effect living in poverty has on students’ brains and their learning in the classroom. The course moves beyond the theory and provides practical classroom strategies that enrich the learning environment and increase the likelihood of success for students living in poverty. Participants will explore seven essential mindsets shown to positively impact student learning. This course provides strategies and…

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Collaborative Learning Cycle

March 17 - May 12
Online MI

Powerful data conversations can lead to powerful changes in instruction and dramatic improvement in student achievement. This online course focuses on what an effective data conversation looks like using Wellman and Lipton’s Collaborative Learning Cycle as well as how to facilitate these important conversations. Essential questions include: What are the attributes of high performing groups? What is the Collaborative Learning Cycle? How do we explore data using the Collaborative Learning Cycle? How do we use the Collaborative Learning Cycle as…

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June 2021

Changing Minds to Address Poverty in the Classroom

June 16 - August 11
Online MI

Changing Minds to Address Poverty in the Classroom is based on the work of Eric Jensen, this course provides background on the effect living in poverty has on students’ brains and their learning in the classroom. The course moves beyond the theory and provides practical classroom strategies that enrich the learning environment and increase the likelihood of success for students living in poverty. Participants will explore seven essential mindsets shown to positively impact student learning. This course provides strategies and…

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Collaborative Learning Cycle

June 16 - August 11
Online MI

Powerful data conversations can lead to powerful changes in instruction and dramatic improvement in student achievement. This online course focuses on what an effective data conversation looks like using Wellman and Lipton’s Collaborative Learning Cycle as well as how to facilitate these important conversations. Essential questions include: What are the attributes of high performing groups? What is the Collaborative Learning Cycle? How do we explore data using the Collaborative Learning Cycle? How do we use the Collaborative Learning Cycle as…

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