WORKSHOPS DESIGNED FOR HUMANITIES TEACHERS,
BY HUMANITIES TEACHERS
Ever heard someone say something like: "It was a great conference, but there was no time to think about how to actually bring this home to my own classroom. Then I got home, regular life resumed and ..."? If you've spent time in a faculty lounge, chances are good you have. And I get it ... in fact, I'm guilty of it!
Given this reality, R.E.A.L. Workshops blend experiential learning with a focus on implementation. We will spend a day exploring, together, the importance of student-led discussion - guided by goals we set together, research we integrate, personal experiences we share. We will then offer R.E.A.L. as a starting point: a framework for planning, integrating, and assessing student-led discussion that we hope you'll adapt to fit your students, style, and subject matter!
What: 2-Day Intensive Workshop led by R.E.A.L.® Founder Liza Cowan and supported by pilot teachers.
Where: Throughout 2019-20, R.E.A.L. will run events in Atlanta, Boston, NYC, and Philly.
When: Runs 9am-3pm for two days.
For Whom: Any classroom teacher, gr. 7-12, interested in focusing on increasing and improving student-led discussion. Most aligned to English, History, Humanities, Foreign Language, or Philosophy / Ethics courses.
...What Else?: Please indicate interest in a particular location by sending an email below. Dates for each city will be published soon, and we'll make sure the calendar lands in your inbox!
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