We enjoy educating, we embrace challenges and most of the time we do spread the positive around us. We are looking for inspiration in our quest for making the difference and often we surpass ourselves.
We enter the students’ world and we explore mistakes in our lives. We allow ourselves to fail, often, and we are comfortable with not knowing what is about to happen.
We are vulnerable but we step outside the comfort zone. We believe we can learn anything starting by questioning everything.
We dream big.
According to Erickson (2014), ‘children need to grapple with the content, knowledge, and skills they are learning in order to reach conceptual understandings’.
Join me in this workshop to explore together how conceptual understanding will help students decode life and adapt their learning to different situations.
Erickson. H.L. 2014. Transitioning to Concept-Based Curriculum and Instruction. How to bring content and process together, p. 55. Corwin.