Creating Safe Learning Environments
Last July I attended the 1st Reform Symposium Free Online Conference. I was really lucky to attend most of the sessions. They were powerfully motivating! What’s more, I attended them in the comfort of my home! It has been such an amazing learning opportunity!
My twitter adventure makes me feel as if I were on a roller coaster journey all the time. My awesome PLN keeps inspiring me to take huge steps almost every day. I have dived into incredibly enriching experiences thanks to my PLN. I just couldn’t believe my ears when I was invited to be part of the organizing team for the New Teachers Reform Symposium (#rscon11). I’m so honored to be working together with Shelly Terrell, Lisa Dabbs, Kelly Tenkely, Melissa Tran and Chris Rogers! Not only I’m part of this incredible team, but I was also invited to present on creating safe learning environments.
I strongly believe safe learning environments are essential in today’s world. A safe learning environment helps students feel confident enough to give their best. It’s through a safe learning environment that we’ll motivate our students to collaborate and be willing to take part in class activities.
My presentation will be on January 8th at 8pm EST / 1am GMT. During the session we’ll explore different ways and ideas on how to create a safe learning environment in our classroom. You can find out more about my presentation here.
#rscon11 will focus on new teachers, however every educator should take part. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been teaching for a short while or if you’re a senior teacher you’ll definitely benefit from this wonderful professional development opportunity. Are you looking for some inspiration? If your answer is yes, then you can’t miss #rscon11.
Can’t wait to continue learning together! I’m really looking forward to seeing you all there!