eSeries and Webinar Events
All eSeries begin at 7 PM Eastern time
Wednesday, October 12, 2022, 6-7 PM Eastern
WEBINAR: Equality or Equity: Toward a Model of Community-Responsive Education
Jeff Duncan-Andrade, Professor of Latina/o Studies and Race and Resistance
Studies at San Francisco State University.
There is too little research and writing done by community responsive educators to document effective practices in schools serving vulnerable and wounded youth. Duncan- Andrade draws from 30 years of teaching and research on effective teaching practices in schools around the world to provide insights to educators and school leaders on effective systems change, program building, and daily educational practices. This discussion equips leaders and educators to leverage research-based critiques of up-by-your-bootstraps theories of individualized success being pedaled to schools. In their place, it offers concrete, time-honored, research based strategies that foreground relationships, relevance, and responsibility as essential ingredients to fundamentally altering the business-as-usual approach that continues to fail so many of our young people. Through the voices of young people, educators, and cross-disciplinary research this talk reissues license for community responsive practices that transform engagement and educational outcomes for all children, relieving undeserved suffering in schools and communities.
Wednesday, October 19, 2022, 7-8:15 PM Eastern
eSeries: Learning Objectives in POGIL Classrooms
Joyce Easter (Virginia Wesleyan University) and Susan Richardson (The POGIL Project)
Facilitators Joyce Easter (Virginia Wesleyan University) and Susan Richardson (The POGIL Project) will guide participant teams as they consider the central importance of learning objectives in POGIL classrooms. In this virtual session, participants will work together to:
Identify key characteristics of quality learning objectives.
Strategize the use of quality learning objectives in communicating expectations, creating appropriate assessments, and selecting instructional activities.
Thursday, November 17, 2022, 7-8:15 PM Eastern
eSeries: POGIL in the Laboratory - Changing Cookbook to Inquiry
Brandon Fetterly (University of Wisconsin - Platteville), Sally Hunnicutt (Virginia Commonwealth University), and Tim Herzog (Weber University)
Facilitators will guide participants through the process of converting a cookbook lab to one that has greater inquiry.
Monday, December 12, 2022, 7-8:15 PM Eastern
eSeries: Developing Robust Models for POGIL Activities
Laura Trout (Lancaster Country Day School) and Michael Garoutte (Missouri Southern State University)
In this session, facilitators will discuss the characteristics of a Robust Model, and work through several examples of making a not-so- robust model into something that can be used in a POGIL activity.