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Empowering Equity

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Tuesday, December 3 • 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Increasing the Impact of Inquiries in Learning-Focused Conversations

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Not all questions have equal value. Planning, reflecting and problem solving require specific ways of thinking. Learning-focused mentors craft inquiries that purposefully include cognition and produce higher levels of thinking. Inquiries that invite and focus thinking enhance professional capacity and advance self-directed learning. Inquiries are customized in order to be developmentally appropriate to the level of the practitioner’s knowledge and skills, in the moment and over time.

This interactive session will provide strategies and tools to develop inquiries that focus on criteria for choices, source of data, evidence and purposes or reasons for delving into educational practices. Participants will engage with the content through practice and application of the strategies and tools, facilitated discussion and video models.

Keynote Speakers
avatar for Lisa Danielson

Lisa Danielson

Associate, MiraVia
Lisa Danielson is Director of Training for MiraVia, LLC. She is an experienced educator and consultant, who presents workshops and seminars on learning-focused conversations for mentoring and supervision, facilitating collaborative groups, and professional learning designs. Lisa has... Read More →
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Peggy Olcott

Associate, MiraVia, LLC
Peggy Olcott is an international consultant with over 30 years of experience in education ranging from elementary and middle school teaching to district level coordination of curriculum and instructional programs. For over eleven years, Peggy provided leadership for professional development... Read More →


Tuesday December 3, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Rodes A&B 44400 Indian Wells Ln, Indian Wells, CA 92210

Attendees (60)