Hawker Brownlow Education

Lee Watanabe-Crockett will be presenting at the
16th Annual Thinking & Learning Conference in Melbourne.

FRIDAY 17 MAY 2019
Session 1: Solving Problems that Matter
Learn about “Digital Dosruption” and “The Rise of the Creative Class”, and what they mean for the future of learners and the future of education.
Gain insight into how the Australian Curriculum’s General Capabilities can be cultivated as structured processes through the Essential Fluencies.
Discover what truly matters to learners and how to connect to their passions through context and relevance.
Learn the “Circles of Influence” and their power to guide learners to develop solutions to seemingly impossible real-world problems.
Reflect with colleagues and develop specific actions.
   
Session 2: Beyond STEM to Future-Focused Learning
Learn about the three attributes of Future-Focused Teaching.
Discover the limitations and possibilities in STEM and how to move past the brands of Future-Focused Learning to uncover their potential.
Learn about the 10 Shifts of Practice – activities that transform teaching and learning at the classroom level.
Learn best practices for essential questions, personalised learning, higher-order tasks, and context and relevance to the learner.
Reflect with colleagues and develop specific actions.
 
Session 3: Micro-Shifts and Whole-School Transformation
Explore how the Shifts of Practice, and the smaller micro-shifts, can provide exciting challenges for your learners and transform your practice.
Discover how to build units of work as a provocation for STEM or inquiry learning.
Gain insight through case studies of classroom and multi-year success stories.
Reflect with colleagues and develop specific actions.
SATURDAY 18 MAY 2019
Session 1: Assessment and Learning
Gain insight into the relationship between assessment and learning.
Gain insight into how the General Capabilities can be cultivated as structured processes through the Essential Fluencies.
Discover how assessment can be used to improve learner outcomes and how it cannot.
Establish purposeful assessment practices.
Reflect with colleagues and develop specific actions.
   
Session 2: The Common Language of Assessment
Learn about the three attributes of Future-Focused Teaching.
Discover the ways to set up learners for success through transparency and authenticity of assessment.
Develop a deeper, richer understanding of the vocabulary of assessment linked to Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy.
Examine and develop rubrics as judgement and evidence statements, use these to produce stage-by-stage formative assessment tools to provide guidance and direction.
Reflect with colleagues and develop specific actions.
 
Session 3: Critical Tasks, Critical Reflection, Unlimited Possibilities
Develop engaging, authentic learning tasks based around the Essential Fluencies.
Identify critical task elements and milestones to develop task specific rubrics based on comprehensive Fluency rubrics.
Explore the relationship between the Essential Fluencies, General Capabilities and the potential assessment points.
Reflect with colleagues and develop specific actions.
SUNDAY 19 MAY 2019
Session 1: Solving Problems that Matter
Learn about “Digital Dosruption” and “The Rise of the Creative Class”, and what they mean for the future of learners and the future of education.
Gain insight into how the Australian Curriculum’s General Capabilities can be cultivated as structured processes through the Essential Fluencies.
Discover what truly matters to learners and how to connect to their passions through context and relevance.
Learn the “Circles of Influence” and their power to guide learners to develop solutions to seemingly impossible real-world problems.
Reflect with colleagues and develop specific actions.
   
Session 2: Beyond STEM to Future-Focused Learning
Learn about the three attributes of Future-Focused Teaching.
Discover the limitations and possibilities in STEM and how to move past the brands of Future-Focused Learning to uncover their potential.
Learn about the 10 Shifts of Practice – activities that transform teaching and learning at the classroom level.
Learn best practices for essential questions, personalised learning, higher-order tasks, and context and relevance to the learner.
Reflect with colleagues and develop specific actions.
 
Session 3: Micro-Shifts and Whole-School Transformation
Explore how the Shifts of Practice, and the smaller micro-shifts, can provide exciting challenges for your learners and transform your practice.
Discover how to build units of work as a provocation for STEM or inquiry learning.
Gain insight through case studies of classroom and multi-year success stories.
Reflect with colleagues and develop specific actions.
 

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