iLEARN – Engaging Students in Their Learning

Officially, Day 1 of the AASSA conference today was exciting.  Dan Kerr and I spent most of the day in the same sessions learning and digesting together.  Something we’ve been thinking about for a while now is bringing PLCs (Professional Learning Communities) down (or up!) to a student level.  During a session focused on feedback with Bill Cotter and Kelly Paredes we had a chance to think a little further about what this might look like.  Take 2 minutes and 47 seconds to listen to our reflections and thoughts about iLEARN (individuals – Lead, Engage, Assesss, Reflect, Network).

 

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