Saturday October 10, 2015
10:00 am – 2:30 pm Doors open at 9:00 am
Park Campus School * 400 West Townline Rd.* Round Lake, IL, 60073
Discussion in the Classroom: A Powerful Tool for Comprehension
What is your vision in the terms of student discussion? What does high-quality discussion look and sound like? This workshop will help you support and strengthen rich student discussion and empower students in their learning through conversation.
Unlocking Student Engagement
The session highlights the criteria of highly engaging instruction and the difference between student activity and actual intellectual involvement. It addresses the shifts in one’s teaching stance that is needed to occur for this type of high level of instruction as well as provide specific strategies to promote student-owned learning.
Presented by Gail Huizinga
Gail Huizinga is an experienced and enthusiastic K-12 educator. As an educational consultant and professional development provider, she is able to use her broad experience to work with educators in incorporating literacy strategies, instructional best practice, and implementation of the Common Core Standards. A current and active member of the Illinois Reading Council, its Speaker’s Bureau, and a member of IRC’s professional development team, Gail presents throughout Illinois on a variety of topics supporting educators and literacy.
Lunch is included in registration-Taco Bar featuring Grande Jakes Authentic Mexican Grill