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How to Increase Student Ownership with Student-Led Teams
Tuesday, October 29, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Dr. Betsy Carter, National Academic Teaming Leader, Learning Sciences International; and Dr. Patricia Denholm, Practice Leader, Learning Sciences International
Hosted by Amy Stuart, Marketing Specialist, Learning Sciences International
Sponsored by Learning Sciences International
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Are your students working harder than your teachers? If not, they should.
Increasing student ownership builds autonomous critical thinkers, equipped with skills for the new economy. To get there, teachers need to inspire students to give as much energy and effort as they do. Chances are you tried student grouping strategies but did not get the results you need. So how do you get there?
This recorded edWebinar will show you how high functioning student-led academic teams can truly boost student ownership. The presentation explores:
- what student ownership really means
- the differences between grouping and teaming
- strategies to increase student ownership
- how academic teaming, a new instructional model focused on student-led teams, can get every student to own their learning
This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to school and district leaders of kindergarten through high school grade levels.
About the Presenters
Betsy Carter, Ph.D. is a seasoned educator with 35 years of experience as a teacher and K-12 administrator. Her teaching experience includes classrooms K-5 and math at the middle school and high school levels. She has a strong passion for teacher effectiveness and student success.
Dr. Carter served as a visiting assistant professor in the teacher education department at Miami University in Ohio. She worked as a regional consultant with an educational service center in Ohio providing professional development and leadership in a variety of areas including standards, assessment, professional learning communities, school improvement, and leadership development. Dr. Carter also was an assistant superintendent in a small urban district that implemented the Marzano instructional framework amidst a school improvement initiative. At Learning Sciences International, Dr. Carter has worked as a staff developer, content developer, and in research and development. She currently leads the research and development team focused on creating new strategies and an instructional model that bring to classrooms high-functioning student-led academic teams to increase engagement, ownership, and equity as well as access for all students.
Patricia Denholm, Ed.D., was a successful director of curriculum and instruction, high school principal, and teacher before joining Learning Sciences International. She has taught at the middle school and high school levels and has more than two decades of administrative experience. Her last 10 years were spent as a district level administrator responsible for curriculum and teacher evaluation. Dr. Denholm’s passion includes working with school leaders, especially in the areas of teacher observation and evaluation. Dr. Denholm has also taught at the college level and holds a doctorate from Wilmington University. She holds a master’s degree in educational leadership from Rowan University.
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