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  1. Steve Boyle

    Steve Boyle is a training associate with Hawker Brownlow Education. He works with leadership teams, whole-school communities and individual professional learning teams. Steve comes from a strong background in educational leadership at both an individual school and a systems level.

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  2. Literacy is NOT Enough: 21st Century Fluencies for the Digital Age

    Educating students to traditional literacy standards is no longer enough. If students are to thrive in their academic and 21st-century careers, then independent and creative thinking hold the highest currency. The authors explain in detail how to add these new components of literacy: Solution Fluency, Information Fluency, Creativity Fluency, Collaboration Fluency. Students must master a completely different set of skills to succeed in a culture of technology-driven automation, abundance, and access to global labor markets. The authors present an effective framework for integrating comprehensive literacy or fluency into the traditional curriculum.

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  3. Teaching for Transfer: A Guide for Designing Learning With Real-World Application

    Empower K-12 learners to transfer their current knowledge to new contexts, navigate real-world problems, and more. This resource contains instructional strategies educators can use to build 21st century skills in learners and increase student engagement.

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  4. Using engagement strategies (Design Area 7)
    he goal of this design area is for students to be paying attention, energised, intrigued and inspired. The strategies in this session will help teachers achieve just that. Learn More
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  5. Implementing rules and procedures and relationship building (Design Areas 8, 9 and 10)
    In this session, participants will explore a range of practical strategies for creating a classroom environment that is orderly and safe, where students feel a sense of belonging and value. Learn More
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  6. Organising students to interact (Design Area 6)
    Given that research indicates the effectiveness of dialogue for learning and that it is a curriculum requirement, why is it that teacher talk still predominates in classroom practice? The answer is simple – the approach in practice, rather than theory, is difficult. Learn More
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  7. Conducting knowledge application lessons (Design Area 5)
    Participants in this session will look at strategies for engaging students in cognitively complex tasks and learn a process for supporting students to generate and defend claims. Learn More
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  8. Conducting practising and deepening lessons (Design Area 4)
    Through interactive and practical strategies, participants will explore ways for students to deepen their understanding and develop fluency in skills and processes when content is no longer new. Learn More
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  9. Teaching academic vocabulary
    In this session participants will learn a process for creating a list of essential academic and content-specific terms and phrases to use in direct instruction in a range of curriculum areas. Learn More
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  10. Developing metacognitive skills (all design areas)
    In this session participants will learn strategies for helping students develop metacognitive skills in general and specific academic areas. Learn More
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  11. Conducting direct instruction lessons (Design Area 3)
    Participants will consider three important elements: chunking content, processing content, and recording and representing content. Learn More
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  12. Unleashing the power of proficiency scales
    Designed for participants already familiar with proficiency-scale development, this session will quickly review the process for developing scales. Learn More
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