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CGC 2017 Summer Institute Announcement

CGC announces its 2017 Summer Institute in Monterey, California, June 7-10, 2017. CFP and registration to follow later in 2016. Join us to discuss “Works in Progress: Graduate Communication Skills for Academic and Professional Contexts” at the Middlebury Institute for International Studies at Monterey!

OPC 2016 Institute Resource

Today’s post shares the resource  Donna Fry  and I prepared for our presentation at the OPC 2016 Summer Institute for Technology Enabled Learning  where we looked at compelling reason’s for change, the role of technology, using technology examples as ignite topics for discussions, setting new norms, open thinking and online course strategies. 21 more words

Presentation Resource

CIS of Chicago Summer Institute 2016

July 20, 2016

Erikson Institute

Playing board games, practicing mindfulness, populating alpha vocabulary grids, and using classroom objects as instruments to represent new concepts – Summer Institute attendees certainly learned how to think “outside the box” when it comes to engaging students in learning. 472 more words

Making Writers

Sometimes writing feels like standing all alone in the fog–shivering in the damp–uncomfortable and vulnerable, waiting for the worst.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. 346 more words

Photo Essay

what i learned (csi 2016)

Sitting through hours of teacher training at the Chicago Suzuki Institute brings to light a few important things: I am a good teacher > I don’t know everything > my studio families are amazing > and I can help them more. 320 more words

Ideas

Reminder: COEH-CE SF Bay Area 2016 Summer Institute

COEH’s Continuing Education Program is holding their 29th Annual San Francisco Bay Area Summer Institute the week of July 25-29, 2016, in Downtown Oakland.

Available Courses: 62 more words

Raw Voice Memo to Myself

(turn volume up)

Hey TD!

Sometimes I record memos to myself on my phone when I’m not at a place that I can write those thoughts down, and I want to remember some thoughts I’ve been thinking, impressions that were made on me, or convictions I’ve developed.   183 more words