What we've learned

What We’ve Learned

It’s hard to believe we’re already getting ready to wrap up–where has the time gone? Connected Educator Month has been a constant flow of learning, creating, collaborating, and connecting. The vast range of events and activities have taught us new things, helped us to examine our teaching and leadership practice, and brought up new questions to be answered. The good news is that this year it’s only a beginning, a time to take stock, reflect, and continue forward.  But for now, as the days themselves draw to a close, what can we take away from this month of connection? What have we learned?

In these final two centrally programmed Connected Educator Month sessions, we will reflect on the expanse of activities and learning. With the help of special guests we will review what we’ve learned, and give participants a handful of top takeaways from our month of learning. What can we carry with us into the school year and beyond? What new questions have arisen that have yet to be answered? We’ll also take a look at Connected Educator Month by the numbers for those of us who want to review the data and compare statistics with last year. Join us!

Session 1: October 30, 5:00-6:30pm EST

We will discuss questions and discoveries around the themes of Personalized Learning, Innovating STEM and Literacy and 21st Century Classroom Management.  Click here to view the recording

Session 2: October 31, 3:00-4:30pm EST

We will discuss questions and discoveries around the themes of Making It Count–Integrating Formal and Informal PD, Connected Leadership and From Connection To Collaboration. Click here to view the recording

Moderators: Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach, Darren Cambridge, and Tom de Boor

Agenda for each session

  • Welcome and Introductions
  • Crowdsourced Reflections Led by Theme Curators
  • Drawing Conclusions (What? Now What? So What?)
  • Best in Show Moments with Awards and Stats
  • Ways to Stay Connected with Connected Educator Month
  • Farewell for Now

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