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Project Zero Sydney Network proudly presents
PuzzleMeet

 

  • Venue: St Ives High School Library
  • Date: 23rd August 2018
  • Time: 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm

Register Here

 

PuzzleMeets are an entirely different kind of collaborative learning opportunity for teachers. Whereas many TeachMeets are based on the model of teachers sharing their success stories, their great ideas, the things that have been working for them, PuzzleMeets are an opportunity for presenting teachers to share the things they haven’t quite figured out yet, their burning questions, the puzzles of practice that keep them awake at night...

Join us to help brainstorm possibilities & suggestions for presenting teachers and you will leave with ideas to apply to your burning questions. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Project Zero Sydney Network proudly presented
All Learners Learning Every Day

with Dr. Rhonda Bondie

Download copies of Dr. Bondie's slides for your personal learning:

Session One - Meeting the Needs of All Learners

Session Two - Differentiated Instruction Made Practical

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Differentiated Instruction Made Practical Engaging the Extremes through Classroom Routines

Lear more about Harvard Graduate School of Education's online learning program
Differentiated Instruction Made Practical
September 17th to December 16th 2018

We look forward to hearing stories of how you are applying your learning from conference to meet the needs of all your learners. Please continue to share these stories through Twitter, and remember to us #pzsyd

Please be respectful of Dr. Rhonda Bondie's intellectual property in your use of these slides for your personal learning. We are grateful for her generosity in sharing these with the community. 

 

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Dr. Rhonda Bondie

Dr. Rhonda Bondie is a lecturer on education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Rhonda teaches with endless energy and enthusiasm that inspires learners of all ages.  Her years of experience and extensive research on inclusive teaching has yielded the book, Differentiated Instruction Made Practical: Engaging the Extremes through Classroom Routines. She began her career as an artist-in-residence, teaching required curricula through the arts to K–12 students with diverse abilities. Rhonda taught in urban public schools for more than two decades in both special and general education classrooms, working with students who were learning English as a new language. Rhonda creates and shares practical classroom routines that are rooted in self-regulated learning and motivation sciences. Currently, teachers in nine countries are using the All Learners Learning Every Day (ALL-ED) framework, developed with her research partner, Akane Zusho, to ensure that all learners feel engaged, valued, and stretched every day  (alled.org). Rhonda teaches an online course for educators through Harvard's Programs in Professional Education - Differentiated Instruction Made Practical.
 

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Join with PZ Sydney Network as we celebrate the 50th Birthday of Project Zero

Project Zero is hosting a live online event to share and reflect on fifty years of ground-breaking research. In this you will hear from Drew Gilpin Faust, Steven Seidel, Shari Tishman, Daniel Wilson, James Ryan, Howard Gardner and David Perkins. It will be an opportunity to learn key insights from 50 years of PZ’s work and the implications for schools today and in the future.There will be moments during the forum in which all participants, both at the event and via livestream, will be invited to discuss the ideas presented.

Full details of this live event and the link to view online can be found at:

http://pz.harvard.edu/50th

Watch online now and share your reflections on twitter with the hash tags:

#pzsyd & #PZ50th

 

"This is a fantastic opportunity to explore and reflect on how our perceptions of how our minds work have changed over the past fifty years,” said Daniel Wilson, Director of Project Zero. "The role of education in today’s complex world requires us to take stock in what we know about the human mind and consider how to best cultivate citizens of tomorrow. We look forward to sharing views on major insights, and discussing implications for educators from current luminary thinkers in our field.”  - Daniel Wilson