During this workshop we will learn how to develop a culture of thinking in the classroom. We will learn so many strategies that will provide our students with opportunities to discuss, debate, create and innovate.
The workshop will be based on hands-on experiences and a lot of videos to watch.
Ali Ezzeddine is an educational consultant and trainer in various educational fields. He is a certified international trainer from Lynn Erickson Institute to lead concept based workshops and international educational consultant for the International Baccalaureate Organization. Ali is an experienced primary educator and fluent in Arabic, French and English. Aside from teaching, he loves children’s literature and he is a published author. He visits schools to lead training, consult with faculty or just to share his writings with the students.
The workshop is open for all teachers and coordinators of all grade levels.
Please note although content for sessions are indicated, this may be adjusted in terms of timing and participant needs as the workshop progresses.
- Defining the culture of thinking
- Cultural forces
- Concept map
Thinking tools using Arts
More tools to support and scaffold the learning and thinking
- Putting the learning in action
- Final Reflection
Certificates of Attendance will be issued to participants who have taken part in all sessions. Please make sure your personal information is correct in the registration form.