WORKSHOPS

 Workshop Offerings

Virtual Workshops 

We offer professional learning sessions on: 

  • conceptual understanding
  • authentic assessments
  • learning transfer
  • distance learning, and more! 

We created the video here for a school working directly with the Learning Transfer team, to share during their faculty development time. We provide targeted workshops and feedback on curriculum design.

Schedule a time to talk with Julie about your goals for professional learning and how we can work together to build teacher capacity and curriculum documents that facilitate conceptual understanding and learning transfer. Email me for more information: julie@edtosavetheworld.com 

Free Webinar Book Study
Directly to your team meeting, anytime

 

A new, evidence-based, practical guide for Social Studies! We would love to provide an overview and Q and A session with your team with the purchase of 20+ copies of this book. Session provided by either co-author Julie Stern, instructional coach Nichelle Pinkney, or instructional coach Vince Bustamante. Nichelle and Vince have a wealth of experience using the Visible Learning research directly with social studies teachers. 

Sign up here today!  

Alberta Visible Learning Institute
(September 24th-25th) Virtual Workshop

The Visible Learningplus Institute is a two-day event featuring John Hattie, Jenni Donohoo, and Julie Stern designed to provide you with the tools to identify key takeaways from the Visible Learning research, learn about the five strands of Visible Learning, and identify the difference between influences that impact student learning.

Leadership Support

Schedule a time to talk with Julie about your leadership plan for implementation, receive feedback and answers to any questions you might have. Email me for more information: julie@edtosavetheworld.com

 

This video features Jenni Donohoo, expert on leading change and implementation in schools. Here she shares some foundational thinking for leaders to consider on implementing conceptual understanding and learning transfer. 

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