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Saturday, February 15

10:30am WIB

Workshop 1B: Craig Kemp "Integrating Technology Authentically and Purposefully to Improve Student Learning in a K-12 setting"

Bring your curriculum to life and engage students in ways that you didn't think were possible. Join Craig Kemp, as he helps you understand your WHY, your HOW and your WHAT for integrating technology in your K-12 classroom with success. In this session Craig will share evidence based research and provide you with the best tools out there to ensure you integrate technology in your classroom authentically and purposefully to engage students and ultimately improve student learning outcomes. 

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Craig Kemp

Owner and Lead EdTech Consultant, Ignite EdTech

Saturday February 15, 2020 10:30am - 11:45am WIB
C 305
  Workshop Session 1
  • Language English

12:00pm WIB

Workshop 2B: Penelope Mary Corbett: “Developing Confident Writers”

What does good writing look like?

Most students know what this looks like, but many struggle to achieve it. How do we develop confident writers? In every subject, students will be faced with writing reports. Across their academic careers, strong report writing skills are essential; so expositional writing is the primary focus of the strategies presented; however, a number of the tools provides are valuable in creative writing too. The strategies examined are applicable for all age levels.

We will look at the power of using exemplars; at strong paragraph structures and at useful scaffolds for building writing confidence. A strong paragraph structure is a winning formula that once learned will be a key factor in helping students pass exams later in their schooling.

I will cover the use of the 6+1 rubric for writing; and how to develop our own rubrics as tools for self / peer and teacher assessment.  Attendees will be provided with practical hands-on activities to explore the concepts covered; in this activity we will look at moderation of student work.

I hope to complete the session by providing a tool for support of both formal and creative writing. Ultimately I hope to provide my attendees with practical skills and resurces for developing confident writers. 

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Penelope Mary Corbett

Teacher, Sanur Independent School
I have been teaching over 17 years across three countries. In New Zealand I taught high school English for 11 years; media studies for four years. In Phuket I taught library, ESOL, culture studies, modern history, and technology. In Bali, I teach grade 5 and 6 composite homeroom... Read More →

Saturday February 15, 2020 12:00pm - 1:15pm WIB
C 305
  Workshop Session 2
  • SCHOOL LEVEL Primary
  • Language English

2:00pm WIB

Workshop 3B: Pavan Kumar: “Active Learning in Social Sciences”

Active Learning has students at its centre. As a method which is in stark contrast with the traditional methods of learning, Active Learning seeks to focus on not just what students learn, but essentially how they learn. There is a renewed focus on how students think, and more importantly, teaching them how to think about thinking

This presentation will focus upon different ways to make learning more meaningful in the classroom. Some of the focus areas will be how to actively engage students at the beginning of a lesson, assessment of and for learning, designing success criteria and the importance of a powerful feedback

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Pavan Kumar

Teacher of Social Sciences, Beacon Academy
This is Pavan’s first year in Indonesia. As a facilitator of the International Curriculum for the last ten years, he has taught across India in different capacities. Currently, he is adjusting to his new home, while brushing up his skills in Bahasa Indoenesia. 

Saturday February 15, 2020 2:00pm - 3:15pm WIB
C 305
  Workshop Session 3
  • SCHOOL LEVEL Primary & Secondary
  • Language English
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