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AIW Professional Learning in Iowa

AIW Learning and Leading Cohort

Northwest Area Education Agency (NWAEA) and TS Educational Leadership Consultants will be partnering to offer the AIW Learning and Leading Cohort. This professional development opportunity is endorsed by the AIW Institute.

The Cohort is intended for any educator who is serving in a leadership position and/or who wants to deepen their understanding of AIW. Cohort experiences will encompass extended learning around the AIW Framework and rubrics. The leadership component includes program evaluation tools and systems planning, in addition to best practices in professional development. Experiences during the cohort will be differentiated based on the learning needs of the participants.

The cost is $700 for 2017-18 school year. Dates for the cohort are October 24, January 11, March 1, and June 15 at the AEA in Johnston, Iowa.

Registration Link to register for the AIW Learning and Leading Cohort.

For questions or information about the Learning and Leading Cohort, please contact Katy Evenson, kevenson@nwaea.org; Tina Wahlert or Susie Peterson, tsedconsultants@gmail.com.

Bruce King’s welcome to the AIW Learning and Leading Cohort in Iowa, September 30, 2016.

Moving From What to What If? highlights AIW

John Barell’s new work, Moving From What to What If?: Teaching Critical Thinking with Authentic Inquiry and Assessments, offers compelling examples of classrooms that invite students to question and to work collaboratively with each other and their teachers on meaningful problems and towards meaningful learning goals. This is a terrific resource across subject areas for nurturing students' authentic intellectual work. John devotes one chapter to the AIW work in Pike County (GA) Schools.

Read reviews of this book, including Bruce King’s.