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Hannover | March 28th - 29th, 2019

JOIN ANDY VASILY AS HE SHARES...

TRANSDISCIPLINARY LEARNING
GAIN STRATEGIES TO UNPACK DEEPER LEARNING


TARGET AUDIENCE EARLY YEARS - GRADE 6

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WHAT YOU WILL GET


In this two-day workshop, educators will walk away with immediate strategies and approaches to unpack deeper learning in their own classrooms and in the single subjects. Transdisciplinary learning is greatly enhanced through the use of specific collaborative planning models aimed at being deliberately thoughtful in our design of teaching and learning.

Through practical activities, teachers will see how this process unfolds, as well as the different ways that the unpacking journey can be made visible for all learners. We will look at how to plan rich and meaningful provocations that begin the unpacking process in order to co-construct important success criteria related to the important concepts that will be explored throughout the units we teach in the classroom and the single subjects. As well, a specific model of integration will be shared in order to strengthen transdisciplinary learning across the disciplines while not losing focus of the importance that inquiry plays in this journey.

Assessment design will be embedded throughout the two days giving lots of practical ideas for helping to develop better tools to assess our students. Hopefully you join this innovative workshop aimed at inspiring educators to bring on their A-games!

Andy Vasily is a leading teacher who has taught at International Baccalaureate schools in 5 different countries over the past 15 years. He completed his teaching training at the University of Windsor in Ontario, Canada. Andy is currently a pedagogical leader at the KAUST school in Saudia Arabia, and is now an international educational consultant and founder of the award winning blog www.pyppewithandy.com.

Andy previously worked as a Child-Youth Counsellor at a young offenders’ facility in Windsor, Ontario and it was though this experience that he first realized the stumbling blocks and injustices that many of these young people faced in their daily experience. As a direct result of seeing a need for change, he pursued a full-time career as an educator.

Wanting to push his own understanding of teaching and learning to a deeper level, Andy made the decision to begin blogging in order to share his teaching practice and connect with other educators and top researchers around the world. The value that he saw in this exchange of vision and practical applications led to an enriched professional learning journey that he is very proud of and shared with practitioners and scholars alike.

Andy is an innovator in the area of education and has continued growing his commitment to student learning by bringing the global community together to create meaningful progress in the way students learn around the globe.

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This Workshop is hosted by: International School Hannover Region

Bruchmeisterallee 6
30169 Hannover
Germany

The school campus is near the centre of the city behind the historic Rathaus (Town Hall) in an area adjacent to the picturesque Maschsee.

The school is easy to reach both by public transport and by car.

Public Transport:

  • Arriving by Underground from the Main Train Station (Hauptbahnhof)
  • Should you be coming from the train station and wish to get to the school, you can travel via underground (U-Bahn).
  • You will need to take the elevator / escalator to the underground stop in the train station (signs posted).
  • Take the no. 3 or 7 in the direction of Wettbergen or the no. 9 in the direction of Empelde.
  • Get off at the third stop at “Waterlooplatz”.
  • Go up to the street level following the signs in the underground for Waterloostrasse and/or the AWD Arena.
  • Follow along the Waterloostr. (left hand side) towards the stadium (AWD arena) until the school is on your left side (approx. 500mtrs.) directly across the street from the fair grounds (Schützenplatz)

IMPORTANT BOOKING INFORMATION


This workshop is confirmed – you may book your travel and accommodation once you have completed registration.

We do not refund fees, however you may send a different participant from your school in your place if necessary. If this occurs please email workshop organisers to inform them (admin@prolearnint.com).

Professional Learning International reserves the right to cancel the workshop in the event of any unforeseen circumstances. Professional Learning International will not be responsible for any expenses relating to your travel if the workshop is rescheduled or cancelled, please be sure to take out travel insurance. In the event of rescheduling or cancellation Professional Learning International will issue a refund of the workshop fee.

CLAIM YOUR SEAT DAY!

REGISTRATION CLOSES March 22nd, 2019


2-day workshop – €500 per participant
Registration closes 22nd of March 2019

Early Bird Discount Rate ENDS 21st DECEMBER, 2018 - €450 per Participant

Group Discount Rate (5+ participants) – €400 per Participant

Late Registration Processing Fee applies from 23rd of March 2019 – Additional €50 per participant.

You may register online and make a payment by credit card or request an invoice online.

The workshop fee includes lunch on Thursday and Friday.

Upon course completion you will receive a certificate of participation with the total number of professional development hours.

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