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RIGOR: A Key Principle for High-Impact Learning Experiences
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
Presented by Linda Dove, M.Ed., Director of Learning Experiences, MeTEOR Education
Sponsored by MeTEOR Education
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In the education world, “rigor” is one of the most misunderstood terms resulting in frustration, misaligned intentions and missed opportunities for the design of rich student learning experiences. Rigor is not about hard problems or hard work, but it’s about designing student experiences at the appropriate level of complexity and stretching students through productive struggles within a learning environment that supports the intended learning outcome. In this edWebinar, Linda Dove, Director of Learning Experiences at MeTEOR Education, presents a clear and concrete understanding of RIGOR and a strategy to determine alignment of complexity to the student task resulting in High-Impact Learning Experiences within High-Impact Learning Environments. This edWebinar is appropriate for all K-12 administrators and educators.
About the Presenter
Linda Dove is the director of learning experiences at MeTEOR Education. She attained her bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland in College Park in elementary education, as well as a certification for English Language Arts for secondary. After this, she received her master’s degree in educational leadership. She has worked for more than 30 years in education and has experience in large urban settings as well as the private sector. She has served as a school-based administrator, the district administrator in professional development for leadership, and as the executive director for Florida and talent development. Currently, Linda works with districts to design collaborative strategic plans through professional learning opportunities and support for the successful implementation of the college and career readiness skills through a standards-based curriculum. Her passion is capacity building and sustainability through a coaching model of support with principals, assistant principals, aspiring leaders, and classroom teachers.
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