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Thursday, March 10 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Personalizing Learning Through Student-Directed Inquiry Projects

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Learn strategies to personalize student learning by incorporating inquiry-based learning in your school or classroom. The goal of an inquiry is to allow students to study various disciplines and subjects, master content standards, and develop and apply solutions through a topic of interest. Learn the value of inquiry-based learning, the process involved (from brainstorming ideas to community presentations), the role of the teacher and peers, and tools used to guide this type of learning.

This session is designed for teachers and administrators at the middle and high school level.

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Erica Bardon

School Coordinator, Kettle Moraine Global
Twitter: @ericabardonErica has been involved with the design and development of KM Global since the start of the school, and also serves on the KM Global Governance Board. As the School Coordinator, Erica has a variety of responsibilities including working with students as a learning coach, developing leadership curriculum, and making connections with the community. Erica received her Bachelor's degree in Consumer Science and her Master's... Read More →
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Michele Koper

Director, KM Global School for Global Leadership and Innovation
Twitter: @michelekoperMichele is the Director of KM Global, a high school that focuses on developing global perspective and leadership through a personalized learning design. She has several years of experience designing and implementing interdisciplinary curriculum, inquiry-based learning, and online/blended learning programs. Prior to her current position, she was a secondary social studies teacher for several years. Michele has a Bachelor of... Read More →

Thursday March 10, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Room 208

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