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Friday, March 26 • 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Putting Students in the Driver's Seat
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In this workshop participants will first take the role of a student to experience what it is like to drive your own learning and what the guidance feels like from the student perspective. Then, switching roles and pulling back the “classroom curtain”, you will dive into the teacher’s point of view to see structures and techniques for facilitating student-directed learning. Join us to reignite the excitement in your classroom by putting students in the driver’s seat of their own learning!

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Meg Hayne

Deputy Head of School and High School Principal, Asia Pacific International School
Meg Hayne is the Deputy Head of School and High School Principal at Asia PacificInternational School. She is passionate about experiential learning and through herexperience as a classroom teacher, curriculum director, and instructional leader, Meg hashelped develop curriculum and... Read More →
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Jason Grout

Coordinator for K-12 Personalized Learning, Asia Pacific International School
Jason Grout is the Coordinator for K-12 Personalized Learning at Asia Pacific InternationalSchool. With experience in program and curriculum development, Jason looks at howeducational courses can be more meaningful, more engaging, and more student focused.Working with students across... Read More →

Friday March 26, 2021 12:00pm - 12:45pm KST
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