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November 3, 2022, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm EST
November 17, 2022, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm EST

The Cycle of Co-Construction & the Role of Pedagogical Documentation


Your students are capable of constructing knowledge. Thus, as an educator, you can support and encourage students to be active participants in their own learning by developing effective methods of interacting with them. Co-constructed curriculum—a process whereby teachers and students work collaboratively to determine what will be studied or learned—is one way to do so.

Come learn about this dynamic process of negotiation between teachers and students, and explore the benefits of deep engagement and investment in the learning process it can bring about.

You will come away with both an appreciation and understanding of the co-constructed curriculum process and the role observation and documentation play in supporting student autonomy and engagement.

This workshop is designed for teaching faculty and academic leaders for students of young learners (Pre-K – Grade 2), no matter your years of experience.