June 5th, 2018 at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
Join us on June 5th for the Future Ready Skills Workshop and earn six hours of training that is integrating technology and gifted competencies. All of the content, resources, and STEAM activities will be related to critical thinking, collaboration, and high levels of rigor.
Marcia Kish- Blended and Personalized Instructional Coach
Beth Wilson Fish- Gifted Education Consultant
Michelle Eaton- Instruction Coach
Heather Loudenslager- Literacy Expert and Instructional Coach
Jeff Kish- Code Expert from the USDA
Kit Minnich - CAT Engineer
Madyson, Maysen, Alexis, Thomas, Kaydon, Kolton- High and Middle School Students
Don't wait to sign up! Space is limited, and the session is filling up quickly.
Explore our STEAM and STEM Bins for the classroom that tie the curriculum into the Future Ready Skills
Spend time learning and coding robots during the Future Ready Skills workshop.
The Future Ready Skills Workshop will showcase how to implement Student Ownership into the K-12 classroom.
Learn about the three easy steps to implement student data binders to help monitor student progress.
Allow students to find their own level of mastery with Level Up Task Cards and Extension Menu Choices.
Explore resources that provide differentiated learning activities for all levels of learning.
Future Ready Skills Workshop
Tuesday, June 5th, 8:30am-3:30pm
4850 West Powell Road
The Future Ready Skills Workshop will showcase how to transform the classroom setting to prepare the students for the Future Careers by implementing hands-on activities that promote creativity, collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and connectedness. Don't miss this one-day workshop with Marcia Kish and the DSD Professional Development Team.
Registration is only $50.00 per person, and it includes:
- Zoo Parking
- Zoo Admission
- STEAM Bin Resources
- Task Card Samples
- Code Sessions
- And much more!
Click here to register or RSVP through the link provided below.
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
Gifted Competencies to be addressed:
- The ability to select, adapt, or create a variety of differentiated curricula that incorporate advanced, conceptually challenging, in-depth, distinctive and complex content
- The ability to provide an extension or replacement of the general education curricula, to modify the learning process through strategies such as curriculum compacting, and to select alternative assignments and projects based on individual student needs
- The ability to use data from a variety of sources to measure and monitor the growth of students who are gifted