Breakout Sessions

A Look at Kit Science, Inquiry Based Instruction, and the LML Process - School Leadership: It’s So Much More than Simply Being in Charge - Modifying Behaviors Based on Let Me Learn Data: A Win-Win for Teacher and Student

Breakout Sessions

Option A: A Look at Kit Science, Inquiry Based Instruction, and the LML Process

What is inquiry based science? What does it look like in a classroom? How might our patterns affect how we want to implement this process and how children respond to inquiry based instruction? We will explore these questions and others you may have as we work through several inquiry based science activities.

Presenter: Eileen Brennan-Randall

Option B: School Leadership: It’s So Much More than Simply Being in Charge

Judith Bronston is a leader who embraces and works with diversity both within her teaching staff and student population. Join her as she shares her field experience in creating a culture of success within classrooms and schools. Learn how to create a trusting environment using the LML Process to know yourself and your staff. Learn how Ms. Bronston uses this knowledge to make decisions, conference, evaluate and coach. Learn the effective practices she has used that can be replicated to find and develop the true potential of each staff member.

Presenter: Judith Bronston

Option C: Modifying Behaviors Based on Let Me Learn Data: A Win-Win for Teacher and Student

When children in our classrooms don’t learn the same way as we do, it can be not only confusing, but very frustrating for both the teacher and the student. In this Let Me Learn in Action Workshop participants will learn to distinguish between inappropriate student behaviors warranting discipline and student Learning Patterns that call for teacher support and understanding. Workshop participants will practice identifying these differences and learn how to develop behavior modifications that assist in classroom management as well as promote student learning – all based on how the student learns.

Presenter: Jane M. Berger