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Structures and Protocols that Support Students to Become Leaders of their OWL (own) Learning

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Add to Calendar 2019-05-02 2019-05-03 Structures and Protocols that Support Students to Become Leaders of their OWL (own) Learning Saint Paul, MN
  • City Saint Paul, MN
  • Venue

    Open World Learning School

  • Dates

  • Grade Level

    6-12

  • Audience

    All Educators

  • Eligibility

    Public, Network School Partners

Serving a highly diverse population of 6th–12th grade students in St. Paul, Minnesota, Open World Learning Community (OWL) is a choice magnet school in the St. Paul Public School District that adopted the EL Education model seven years ago. OWL leadership and staff is dedicated to cultivating a culture of engagement and achievement. As a result, OWL students have consistently demonstrated evidence of deeper learning and high achievement. This site seminar will highlight OWL’s attention to student achievement through a strong EL Education school culture that is embedded with sustainable structures, such as student-engaged assessment, learning expeditions, high-quality student work, community circles, crew, and a focus on technology that includes a 1-to-1 iPad format. Come and see how we have created a community of learning through thoughtful and caring EL Education implementation at Open World Learning Community.

Registration has closed for this event.