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PDC Courses and Workshops

Teachers Teaching Teachers  

 Workshops for Educators    


Perspectives on Elementary Education:

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THE POWER OF PLAY, Pre-K - 12:
What is the Role of the Teacher?

Tuesday, April 18
3:30 - 4:00   Snack & Chat
4:00-5:30     Program & Conversation 

The February Perspectives conversation about play was so engaging, we decided to continue with a focus in April on exploring the role of the teacher in play

Open to all educators (no need to have attended in February), please join us in the Professional Development Center at Hanahauʻoli School. Reservations are $10 and include a brief reading selection emailed to you before the gathering, refreshments and a dialogue about play and learning.

Space is limited, so reserve your spot for April 18th now by clicking here. 

Perspectives on Elementary Education is a series of conversations for educators, organized by the Hanahauʻoli Professional Development Center to address teaching and learning in the early years. 
 
Perspectives provides an opportunity for people working with children to step out of regular routines and join peers to connect and share ideas on current topics in our profession. Former Head of School Dr. Robert Peters, Hanahauʻoli librarian Maia Rosen and I will join you as facilitators.
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INSTITUTE FOR THEMATIC INSTRUCTION 2017:
The Hanahau'oli Professional Development Center again offers a Summer Institute experience designed and shared by teachers, for teachers

The Institute for Thematic Instruction provides the understanding needed to design and use an interdisciplinary instructional approach. 
 
The Institute includes theory and foundations, hands-on learning experiences, thematic lesson examples and observation, and built-in time for unit design with coaching--all provided by practitioners dedicated to making this a powerful learning experience in order to increase student engagement and deepen learning.
 
The Institute is open to Independent, DOE and Charter school educators, including Pre-K-12 teachers, those in resource/support roles, coaches and administrators. LIMITED FUNDING IS AVAILABLE for DOE and Charter School teachers to attend, and this course may be taken with a portfolio option to earn (3) PD credits

Contact PDC@hanahauoli.org for registration
 
I hope you will consider this summer learning opportunity.  Please help us spread the word by sharing this info. with friends and colleagues.
 
Contact me at PDC@hanahauoli.org or 949-6461 to register and with any questions.
 
Elila
 
Elila Levinson
Professional Development Center Director
Hanahau'oli School
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THE INSTITUTE FOR THEMATIC INSTRUCTION:
A Design for 21st Century Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment

June 26- July 7, weekdays
8:45am - 3:00pm (no class on July 4)
and
Tuesdays, October 3 and November 7
4:00 - 5:30pm 
(Required Check-in, Troubleshooting & Support Sessions)
 
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Robert G. Peters & Hanahau'oli Faculty
  
This is a two-week seminar and practicum experience in the design of thematic units with an emphasis upon engaging children in project-based learning.  Build a community of learners in your own setting to support 21st century learning by learning with colleagues, observing thematic lessons, hearing first-hand from practitioners, asking questions and exploring the challenges & rewards of thematic instruction with individual coaching. The Institute includes the development of a unit draft with outcomes, instructional strategies and assessment tools to take back to your classroom. Work time is incorporated throughout the Institute including access to instructors, resources and small group debriefing.
 
 
Registration / Questions: PDC@hanahauoli.org or 949-6461 
 
 

 

 

 
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