Being Better Versions of Ourselves at School – Developmental Theory in Action
60 Minute Virtual Session
Learning Pathway: Building A Culture of Learning
We have all seen on greeting cards the sentiment, “Adulting is Hard,” and all humor aside, it is! Yet, in our work it is absolutely critical that we strive to develop ourselves, not just as educators but as human beings. What can we do to be bigger and better versions of ourselves as collaborative team members and as leaders? This workshop is based on Jennifer’s newest work and will look at five facets of being our best selves at work – knowing our identity, suspending certainty, taking responsibility, working interdependently, and building resiliency. Join us to consider what it means to develop our skills and capacities as lead learners in our schools.
Jennifer Abrams, Communications Consultant
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Angie Freese, Consultant Playmakers, LLC Consultant Playmakers, LLC
Brian Cashman, Coordinator, Alternative Programs Goodhue County Education District
Dave Blanchard, Adjunct Faculty, School of Education, Teacher Development St. Cloud State University
Jennifer Dugan, Director, Statewide Testing Minnesota Department of Ed
Jim Smith, K-12 Consulting No Limits Learning
Will Remmert, Elementary Principal New Prague Area Schools
Danijella Duvnjak, Director of Teaching and Learning – HCPA Hmong College Prepartory Academy
Jessica Moore, Secondary Coordinator of Curriculum ISD #742