How do you prepare your students for a future that you can’t see? And how do you do it without exhausting yourself? Teachers need a framework that allows them to keep pace with our rapidly changing world without having to overhaul everything they do. Join us for this in-depth workshop on designing unit plans and lesson plans that harness the power of concepts to help students to transfer their learning to unlock new situations.
Session 1:
  • Help students to become more conscious of their thinking and learning.
  • Aid students in understanding the role of concepts in organizing our world.
Session 2:
  • Guide students to acquire understanding and make meaning of individual concepts.
  • Design a unit plan that fosters learning that transfers.
Session 3:
  • Facilitate students’ articulation of their understanding of conceptual relationships.
  • Design an instructional calendar that fosters learning that transfers.
Session 4:
  • Promote depth and breadth of understanding through facilitating students’ abilities to transfer conceptual relationships to new situations.
  • Design a lesson plan that fosters learning that transfers.
Primary / elementary and secondary teachers, curriculum leaders, instructional coaches, instructional leaders
Purchase of this companion resource is highly recommended for this workshop.
Julie Stern
Julie Stern is passionate about synthesizing the best of education research into practical tools that support educators in breaking free of the industrial model of schooling and moving toward teaching and learning that promotes sustainability, equity, and well-being. She is the best-selling author of Learning that Transfers, Visible Learning for Social Studies with Hattie, Fisher, Frey and Tools for Teaching Conceptual Understanding, Elementary and Secondary. She is the thought leader behind the global workshop series Making Sense of Learning Transfer and is a certified trainer in Visible Learning Plus. She is a James Madison Constitutional Fellow and taught social studies for many years in Washington, DC and her native Louisiana. Julie moves internationally every few years with her husband, a US diplomat, and her two young sons.

12th, 19th, 26th February & 5th March 2022

Each session is for 2 hours.
New York 4:30 am | London 9:30 am | Zurich 10:30 am | Dubai 1:30 pm | India 3:00 pm | Hong Kong 5:30 pm
Melbourne 8:30 pm

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USD 400 Per Participant
USD 350 Per Participant for a group of 6 or more
INCLUDES: Certificate of Participation for 10 Professional Development hours.
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