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Monday, July 13 • 8:00am - 4:00pm
The Lead Learner LIMITED

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What does it mean to be the lead learner in your school(s)?
What concrete actions can a school leader take that directly improve student learning outcomes?
Risk and effort, rather than revealing inadequacies, are the key ingredients for growth. How does a school leader concretely model that?
This practical hands-on workshop will walk school & district leaders through many different ways they can throw a global spotlight on the excellent teaching & learning happening in their schools. We will also showcase & practice lightweight ways you can share your own professional growth as the lead learner in your school in ways that lead to improved student learning.
The belief that cherished ideas can be developed creates a passion for learning. What cherished ideas do we have about learning that we want to develop in our schools?

Before you come to the conference, take a picture of “people learning” in your school. No faces: hands only or an over the shoulder shot or faces that cannot be discerned. Bring that picture with you. The magic begins with you. ;-)

Bring your own laptop and/or tablet with you.

Speakers
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Darren Kuropatwa

Director of Learning, Hanover School Division,
Darren Kuropatwa is the Director of Learning for the Hanover School Division in Manitoba, Canada. His unique skill set – an in-depth knowledge of pedagogy, leading edge technology skills and boundless creativity – make him a strong change agent in 21st century education. His relaxed confident manner puts people at ease as he leads them through relevant discussions of how pedagogically driven technology can enhance student learning in the... Read More →


Monday July 13, 2015 8:00am - 4:00pm
Cambridge Room Boston Park Plaza

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