About This Course
Student conferencing is an essential element of the classroom. The question is, when you finally find the time to implement student conferencing, what will you do to make that time as effective as possible - that's what this course is all about!
Join Rae Hughart and Dr. Dave Schmittou as they explore the 5 essential elements of maximizing student conferencing sessions, with the understanding that every educator in every school building, in every community, in every subject area will support students differently during student conferencing - and that's ok!
It's time to be strategic with our questioning and the time we have with students. Fill up your tool box with the strategies you need to make the most of your conferencing times as quickly as tomorrow!
In this course, participants will learn :
- the five essentials of student conferencing
- how to construct questions to gather effective data from students
- why student conferencing makes such a difference in student learning
- what data matters most and how to provide feedback around it
Included in this course
- 12 Video Lectures.
- Official Certificate of Completion.
- Digital Badge to show off your awesomeness.
ABOUT RAE HUGHART
Rae Hughart is a Middle Level Math Educator in Illinois, creator of the Teach Further Model, Co-Author of "Teach Better" and the Chief Marketing Officer for the Teach Better Team.
In 2017, Rae was honored with the Illinois State University Outstanding Young Alumni Award – inducting her into the University Hall of Fame. In 2018, Rae was awarded the Henry Ford Teacher Innovation Award for the work with the Teach Further Model.
Rae conducts training on a variety of topics including the Teach Better Mindset, Dynamic Lesson Planning, Standards-Based Grading, and Personalized Learning.
ABOUT DR. DAVE SCHMITTOU
Entering his twenty-first year in education, Dave has earned a reputation for being a disruptor of the status quo, an innovator, and a change agent. Having served as a classroom teacher, school-based administrator, central office director, and now professor of Educational Leadership, he often uses real-life stories and examples of his own life and career to describe why and how we need to confront “the way we have always done it.”
He has written multiple books, including “It’s Like Riding a Bike: How to make learning last a lifetime”, “Bold Humility”, and “Making Assessment Work for Educators Who Hate Data but Love Kids”. He speaks, consults, and partners with districts around the country and loves to keep learning and growing.
During this course, you will:
The five essentials of student conferencing.
How to construct questions to gather effective data from students.
Why student conferencing makes such a difference in student learning.
What data matters most and how to provide feedback around it.
Included in this course:
12 Video Lectures.
Official Certificate of Completion.
Digital Badge to show off your awesomeness.