iLearn Newsletter

Monday, February 29, 2016

Interested in Mystery Skype?

Click here for more information. Feel free to add information for family/friends who would be interested in participating. I would love to get a huge list of contacts to pull from!

Have you filled out the PD Program Review Survey?

Click here for a link to the survey if you have not filled it out. Remember- please talk this over with your team to discuss and then fill this out. We appreciate you taking the time so that we can improve PD for you!

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Personalized Learning Summit

Back by popular demand, Eden Prairie Schools is teaming up with area districts to pull off what might be the most EPIC adventure of the summer!! Superheroes from our district, Farmington, Edina, Westonka, Eastern Carver County and the Metro ECSU will come together to present on all things related to personalized learning. The second annual PERSONALIZED LEARNING SUMMIT will take place at CHANHASSEN HIGH SCHOOL on August 1st and 2nd. You won’t want to miss the featured keynote with GEORGE COUROUS as well as an opportunity to learn from other metro area teachers personalizing learning. Take a look at the website for more info. Register in Keep Certified by searching for Personalized Learning Summit. Registration will be paid for participants. We’d like to showcase the amazing work happening in EPS. Follow this link to propose a session at the summit by April 15th.

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We have a few teachers interested in doing a book club on this book. Please let me know if you are interested as well!

• You are a superintendent, district administrator, or principal who wants to empower your staff to create a culture of innovation.
• You are a school leader—at any level—and want help students and educators become their personal best.
• You are a teacher who wants to create relevant learning experiences and help students develop the skills they need to be successful.
THE INNOVATOR'S MINDSET includes practical suggestions for unleashing your students’ and teachers’ talent. You’ll also read encouraging accounts of leaders and learners who are innovating “inside the box.”
You'll be inspired to:
• Connect with other innovative educators
• Support teachers and leaders as learners
• Tap into the strengths of your learning community
• Create ongoing opportunities for innovation
• Seek more effective methods for measuring progress
• And, most importantly, embrace change and use it to do something amazing