Join educators from across the country to learn & problem solve what we are doing in our schools to meet the individual needs of all our learners in a way that makes them excited to return to school tomorrow.
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June 18th & August 10th (9 a.m. – 2 p.m.) Register Here for this Free Event
Learning Facilitators/Teachers, Instructional Support Staff, Parents, &K Leaders are invited to Share, Reflect, & Learn from your experiences at providing learners with a customized learning experience in the midst of COVID 19.
Educators, parents, and learners have worked very hard this spring and have been successful at keeping “learning” as the focus during these difficult times. What practices, strategies, and structures have you used that have worked and what will you continue to do when you return to your school buildings and classrooms? What will you do differently?
Join us as we problem solve the opportunities and challenges ahead. We will collect “lessons learned” from your experiences at customizing learning in a virtual, remote environment and will reflect on what is next.
These two days will include virtual small group conversations and presentations, in an effort to take advantage of the opportunity to transform the learning experience all our learners receive. We hope to highlight and celebrate the good work of all stakeholders and integrate those practices into our new school environments.
New hires/learning facilitators and administrator to the profession, or new to designing and implementing a standards-based approach, are encouraged to join us for this webinar series. We will start by evaluating participant’s biggest challenges and answer their urgent questions. Participants will determine the focus for future sessions and veteran teachers/learning facilitators will join us to talk about how they address these challenges in their classrooms.
Contact hour certificates will be provided. Online login details will be sent to those registered, so please register soon.
Our 2019 Summer Summit is scheduled for July 31st & August 1st at Windham High School, in Windham, Maine. Register Here. Join us for a variety of sessions presented by MCCL members who are building the Ideal Learning Experience for all their learners.
April 4, Thursday @ 3 p.m. Webinar: How Are You Using Learning Progressions to Design Ideal Learning Experiences?
April 23, Tuesday @ 3 p.m. Webinar: How Are You Integrating Habits of Mind & Critical Thinking in Daily Lessons? Registration Link
April 25, Thursday @ 3 p.m. Webinar: Instructional Design: Integrating Explicit Teaching of Critical Thinking Registration Link
April 29, Monday @ 3 p.m. Webinar: Teaching Habits of Mind: How Teaching HOM Improves Instructional Effectiveness. Registration Link
April 30, Tuesday @ 3 p.m. Webinar: Measuring & Providing Feedback On Habits of Mind: How Teaching HOM and Providing Learners With Effective Feedback Improves Instructional Effectiveness and Helps Build a Culture of Learning. (1 day + MCCL HOM Learning Path) Registration Link
May 2, Thursday @ 3 p.m. Webinar: New Teachers/Learning Facilitators: A Review of Year #1: What Will You Do Differently Next Year? (A Three Part Series That Will Continue Into the Summer) Registration Link
May 6, Monday @ 3 p.m. Webinar: Complex Reasoning Learning Progression Release Registration Link
May 13, Monday @ 3 p.m. Webinar: Communication: What Are Our Key Messages? What Are The Major Misunderstandings About What We Are Doing to Provide Every Learning With The “Ideal Learning Experience”? (Communications Project) Registration Link
May 16, Thursday Webinar: Instructional Design: Intrinsic Motivation Registration Link
TBD Webinar: How to Use Social Media to Communicate Your Vision (Communications Project)
Spring/Summer Book Talk: “Swimming in the Deep End” (Communications Project)
July 16-18 Tues. – Thurs. National MCL Summit in South Dakota
July 31 & August 1 Wed. – Thurs. MCCL Summer Summit
**Webinars will include a combination of direct instruction and an exchange of ideas between participants. All Webinars will be 60 mins.
2019 MCCL BookTalk
“Swimming in the Deep End: Four Foundational Skills for Leading Successful School Initiatives”
By Jennifer Abrams
May 23rd & June 13th 2019 @ 3 p.m. Register Here
In an effort to build our skills at communicating the details of the transformational changes we are making in our learning communities, we are hosting a discussion about Jennifer Abrams’ book, “Swimming in the Deep End, Four Foundational Skills for Leading Successful School Initiatives”.
Teachers, learning facilitators, building level and district level leaders, consultants, etc. are all invited to join us for live, online discussions about how Abrams’ messages apply to the challenges we have experienced while communicating the details of our vision.
Participants are responsible for purchasing their own copy of the book which is available through Amazon.com and doing some reading before attending each of our two live sessions. Our two live book talk sessions will be held on May 23rd and June 13th at 3 p.m. EST. Each session will be 90 minutes long.
As a benefit of their MCCL membership, participants from MCCL member schools will receive a certain number of free seats to this book talk. See your district/school leaders for access to those free seats. We welcome non-MCCL members to join us for a minimal cost of $35/seat.
In the Fall of 2019, all our book talk participants will be offered a reduced rate to two webinars with our author, Jennifer Abrams, on September 18th and October 1st, 2019.