Middle level education is vastly important for many reasons. Not the least important reason is that at this stage many students begin to explore independent learning and forge their own identity as learners. Are they good at math? Reading? Writing? How students self-identify as learners has the potential to shape the rest of their lives as learners.
That is why I am so excited to share the T3 Framework learning strategies at the upcoming European League for Middle Learning (ELMLE) in Budapest on January 23 – 25, 2020. I am honored to be a featured speaker at this important event! Participants in my interactive sessions will explore how to help students not just learn about technology, but how to wield technology to learn how to learn. The research is abundantly clear that when educational systems place their collective focus on mastery learning, collective student efficacy is unlocked. The keys to the combination are too often undiscovered in the hearts and minds of students just waiting for the opportunity to be more fully expressed.
Join my in beautiful Budapest as we explore how to awaken students’ “Inner Learning Sensei!”