Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development IASCD)
April 2-4, 2016
Don Wettrick asked how might we offer time for learners to act on their imaginative ideas to create prototypes, products, and new outcomes.
Manny Scott challenged us to serve the whole child. How might we offer hope to every learner?
Doug Fisher, Nancy Frey, and Stefani Hite shared their latest research and learning around purpose driven instruction and challenged us to collect evidence of impact.
Carol Ann Tomlinson and Michael Murphy encouraged us to level up in our ability to differentiate. Do we have both short-term and long-term goals for our learners?
Carol Dweck asks how might we focus on learning and offer feedback that is observational instead of judgemental.
Shauna Peeples highlighted the power of positivity. How might we send message containing love and purpose?
Nina Culbertson and David Griffith discussed CASEL’s social-emotional competencies and needs for all to thrive.
Kami Thordarson and Karen Wilson facilitated an interactive session for leaders embracing design thinking in their daily practice. How might we use the DT iterative process to impact all learners in our care?