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Core Proposition 2: Teachers know the subjects they teach and how to teach those subjects. [clear filter]
Friday, April 12
 

9:00am

Mindful Instruction and Learning: Making the Most of Student Learning and Applying Your Content Knowledge to Reach All Students
Limited Capacity seats available

Do you appreciate your knowledge-base and what you have to offer? Are you mindful of
instructional planning and how to plan for engagement, inquiry, and formative assessments?
This session will help you tap into your skillset and understand how mindful instruction and
purposeful learning impacts all students in our diverse society. You will walk away with
strategies and tools to enhance your instruction and cultivate a rich instructional climate.

Speakers
avatar for Annie Diaz, NBCT

Annie Diaz, NBCT

Annie Diaz is an Instructional Coach for the Washington Elementary School District. She is aNational Board Certified Teacher, Early Childhood Generalist, and an Arizona Master Teacher. In2007, Annie received an M.Ed. in Early Childhood with an Emphasis in Reading and EarlyLiteracy... Read More →


Friday April 12, 2019 9:00am - 10:10am
COE 170

9:00am

Place-Based Education In (and Out of) the Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

Students learn best when they learn from their own place; they are already connected and have
a base-level understanding from which to build deeper curricular connections. This session will
provide “the basics” of place-based education, and will be interactive in nature. It will be taught
from a middle school perspective, but could be adapted to any grade.

Speakers
avatar for Molly Lesandrini

Molly Lesandrini

Molly Lesandrini teaches 8th grade social studies as a part of the Alpine Leadership Academy atMount Elden Middle School in Flagstaff, Arizona. She graduated from Northern ArizonaUniversity with an MA in Education. Prior to teaching in the classroom, she spent years involvedin experiential... Read More →


Friday April 12, 2019 9:00am - 10:10am
COE 185

10:15am

Place-Based Education In (and Out of) the Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

Students learn best when they learn from their own place; they are already connected and have
a base-level understanding from which to build deeper curricular connections. This session will
provide “the basics” of place-based education, and will be interactive in nature. It will be taught
from a middle school perspective, but could be adapted to any grade.

Speakers
avatar for Molly Lesandrini

Molly Lesandrini

Molly Lesandrini teaches 8th grade social studies as a part of the Alpine Leadership Academy atMount Elden Middle School in Flagstaff, Arizona. She graduated from Northern ArizonaUniversity with an MA in Education. Prior to teaching in the classroom, she spent years involvedin experiential... Read More →


Friday April 12, 2019 10:15am - 11:25am
COE 185

11:30am

Mindful Instruction and Learning: Making the Most of Student Learning and Applying Your Content Knowledge to Reach All Students
Limited Capacity seats available

Do you appreciate your knowledge-base and what you have to offer? Are you mindful of
instructional planning and how to plan for engagement, inquiry, and formative assessments?
This session will help you tap into your skillset and understand how mindful instruction and
purposeful learning impacts all students in our diverse society. You will walk away with
strategies and tools to enhance your instruction and cultivate a rich instructional climate.

Speakers
avatar for Annie Diaz, NBCT

Annie Diaz, NBCT

Annie Diaz is an Instructional Coach for the Washington Elementary School District. She is aNational Board Certified Teacher, Early Childhood Generalist, and an Arizona Master Teacher. In2007, Annie received an M.Ed. in Early Childhood with an Emphasis in Reading and EarlyLiteracy... Read More →


Friday April 12, 2019 11:30am - 12:40pm
COE 204