Cloud CoachingTM Sessions
Developing an Innovative Student Mindset and Classroom Culture
In this interactive mindset coaching session, participants will explore ways of increasing student’s growth mindset through innovative instructional practices. Educators will learn how to engage students in shared visioning to build agency, define learning objectives collaboratively, and help students understand their role as agents of their own learning. Additionally, participants will discuss key practices for effective classroom management in blended environments, including the use of a digital class contract. Educators will leave the coaching session with a fresh design, using templates, for a classroom activity they can implement focused on shared visioning or collaborative class contracts.
Presenters: Jason Green and Tiffany Wycoff
Audience: Educators and Leaders
When: September 18th at 3pm EST
Mindset & Practice for the 21st Century Leader: How Blended Learning Shapes an Effective Classroom
This highly interactive Cloud Coaching session will provide leaders with an understanding of the fundamentals of blended learning through a personalized experience. Participants will learn key practices to help support the effective integration of technology in classrooms. These practices include steps for identifying problems of practice within your school which can be improved by implementing a blended learning model, how to select and design the right instructional model, create personalized professional learning structures, and identify tools to better engage students and personalize learning. This virtual coaching session provides powerful resources to put educators and leaders on a path of success in transforming their schools.
Presenter: Jason Green
Audience: educators and school leaders
When: October 15th at 3pm EST
Generativity: What Is It? And Why Can’t Students Succeed Without It?
In this Cloud Coaching session, educators and leaders will learn about generativity and why this approach is an essential skill for students and teachers in today’s world. The Model of Generative Change, based on 15+ years of research from Dr. Arnetha Ball at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education provides a method for professional learning that enables educators to continuously reflect and iterate their instructional practices while connecting more deeply with students. According to Dr. Ball, generative teachers become creative, pedagogical problem-solvers who have the ability to adapt their practice to ensure that the needs of every student are met.
Presenter: Jason Green
Audience: District Leaders, School Leaders, Coaches, and Teachers
When: November 12th at 3pm EST
Jason Green, LINC’s co-founder and co-CEO, speaks frequently across the United States. Look for Jason in the following locations:
- The Futures Fest, October 6-8 in Scottsdale, AZ
- Race, Inequality and Language in Education Conference, Stanford University on October 18-19
- NE Ohio Educational Service Center on October 21st