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The Tribes 24-hour basic experiential workshop will prepare Pre-K-12 future educators to use the community building process of Tribes as the foundation for transforming the school community environment to one in which teaching methods are effective in reaching and teaching students for today’s world.

What
  • Conference
When Sep 22, 2012
from 09:00 am to 04:00 pm
Where Sage Hall, Room 2232
Contact Name
Contact Phone (920) 457-9587
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Tribes bookWhen: Saturday Sept. 22, Oct. 6 and Oct. 20

Time: 9 a.m.–4 p.m.

Where: Sage Hall, Room 2232

Cost: $75 registration. You are responsible to purchase your own copy of the “Reaching All by Crating Tribes Learning Communities.” Participants receive a Certificate of Completion.

Registration is due on or before Friday, Sept. 14.

The Tribes 24-hour basic experiential workshop will prepare Pre-K-12 future educators to use the community building process of Tribes as the foundation for transforming the school community environment to one in which teaching methods are effective in reaching and teaching students for today’s world. Using multiple intelligences, brain-compatible learning and cooperative methods, school and classroom climate and teacher awareness will begin to reflect the message of life-long learning, personal development and social responsibility as the keys to academic excellence. 

Each participant must have a copy of the 430-page book, “Reaching All by Creating Tribes Learning Communities,” by Jeanne Gibbs, a Certificate of completion and the materials to enable you to implement Tribes in your school community and classroom.

Participants will learn how to:

  • Develop a positive learning environment in the classroom and whole school community
  • Teach student specific collaborative skills to work well together
  • Transfer responsibility to students to help each other learn academic material and to maintain the positive Tribes agreements and environment.
  • Use the process for problem-solving and conflict resolution
  • Design cooperative learning lesson plans
  • Initiate faculty groups for planning, co-coaching and support
 

To register or for additional information, contact:

Susan Foster
susfoster@charter.net
(920) 457-9587

OR

Mary Benotch
topnotch1@charter.net
(920) 716-8186

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