Promoting life-long learning skills in our teachers
2 December 2015 CERAS 527
Current studies in education raise the need for preparing students for the 21st century demands. Students are expected to become "life-long learners" who have the necessary skills for success throughout their careers and lives. However, if teachers are incapable of implementing these skills, it will be difficult for them to instill these skills among their students. Therefore, the question of how to promote life-long learning skills among teachers is of critical importance.
Be a part of the cutting-edge of teacher professional learning.
22 October 2015 Cubberley Auditorium, Stanford University
The Professional Learning Design Lab will kick-off with a welcome event on Thursday evening, October 22, from 5-8pm, at Stanford University*. At this event you will get a chance to meet all of the facilitators of all the courses and to engage in the first work session for your registered course. At the end of the evening you will have the opportunity to formally decide if you'd like to continue in the course you've registered for, and if so, to pay the registration fee. No course fees will be collected until the day of this event. Light dinner, drinks, and dessert will be provided.