February 20, 2018

Professional Learning News

The Power of We:Creating Positive and Collaborative Classroom Communities that Support Learning 

Through powerful first-hand stories supported by expert research, Ron Nash's Power of We describes his awakening to the truth that engaging students means involving them as active participants in their own learning. This includes harnessing a student's endless capacity for positive energy into deeper understanding.

By tracing his steps from a bright-eyed, bushy tailed first-time teacher to a renowned education expert with four decades of experience, Nash's first-person narrative springs to life as humorous tales lead to eye-opening realizations of classroom techniques that:
  • Encourage face-to-face conversations among students rather than reliance on technology
  • Put students first to create effective, dynamic classroom communities
  • Embrace the mistakes and use them to build advantage
  • Learn to narrow your focus to achieve big results
  • Help make a habit of being and staying positive by monitoring one's own daily energy levels
  • Extend a hand in the classroom to find the energy necessary to make instructional changes
By reassessing one's own understanding of the traditional model of teacher - learner - test, educators can then leverage these strategies and tools to forge their own paths in helping students learn through true reflection of their classroom experiences.

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Judy Newhouse
Executive Director
Learning Forward Virginia

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