Session Learning Outcomes:
- Summarize both the research supporting and the applied use of BEST’s self-direction rubric and evidence collection tools.
- Examine the self-direction rubric and tools and articulate how this might inform changes in the design and delivery of instruction in participants’ classrooms.
- Discuss the opportunities and challenges of instruction and assessment of self-direction for teachers, schools, and districts in both “in-person” and remote learning.
- Karin Hess, President, Educational Research in Action | DrKarinHess
- Wendy Surr, Senior Research Consultant, Surr Consulting | @WendySurr
- Elizabeth Gouzoules-Walton, Social Studies Teacher, Rochester Middle School | @RMS_NH
- Jessica Tremblay, Social Studies Teacher, Souhegan High School | @SouheganHS
- Kathleen White, Director of Innovative Projects, New Hampshire Learning Initiative | @nhlearningin
- Nicole Woulfe, Social Studies Teacher, Sanborn Regional Middle School
- Tony Doucet, Teacher, Souhegan High School | @tonyd1982
- Cathy Baylus, Teacher, Laconia Middle School | @LMSachems
- Donna Moseley-Harvey, Teacher, Sanborn Regional School District | @MrsMoseley116