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Thursday, April 22 • 8:40am - 9:15am
The Importance of Reflection and Connection Time for Professional Learning

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Join George for his keynote kickoff to #DLsymp21!

George will set the stage for our collaborative event. In his own words:
  • If we are focused only on how much content can be delivered and use that as a metric of good professional learning, but not identifying what can be created and what connections we can make to our own learning and experiences, we are taking away the best part of learning, no matter when and where we are learning.  
  • We need to be more intentional about unintentional learning.

How do we become more intentional about learning through reflection and utilizing tools to give students the opportunity to share their learning in a way that is meaningful to them? Connection and reflection time is paramount to developing students as great learners, and we need to spend time focusing more on the "process" of learning, not only the product.

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George Couros

Learner, Speaker, Author, Couros Innovations LTD.
George Couros is a worldwide leader in the area of innovative teaching, learning, and leading, and has a focus on innovation as a human endeavor. His belief that meaningful change happens when you first connect to people’s hearts, is modeled in his writing and speaking. In his 20... Read More →

Thursday April 22, 2021 8:40am - 9:15am PDT
Keynote Plenary