Navigating uncertainty is not easy, sometimes even uncomfortable. And we are right in it! Unplanned issues and new surprises may also be just around the corner. We are called to design a system that will prevent more fires to come and help us manage future ones that might develop.
Learning, Teaching, Growing Together is a 3-part series presenting a systems approach for helping students, teachers, and the educational system to increase resilience.
In this third installment in the series, educator Sonia Di Maulo explores how learning and teaching are two faces of the same reality: the complex DNA of our educational institutions. Refreshing the way we look at them can help us grow together toward reinventing how we consider and value both learning and teaching in educational environments. What if we attempted to do it together, progressing through a collective way in spirals of growth?
Sonia will interactively share with you some tools she already uses to work with students and teachers.
This webinar is crafted for all University community members and open to everyone. Join the experience by registering for our Zoom webinar. Have questions on this topic that you want to get to our panelists ahead of time? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is the third installment in the series Learning, Teaching, Growing Together, created for CU at Home. Want to know more about the series and featured educators? Sign up to stay informed here.
An award-winning author of the Ken Blanchard endorsed book, The Apple in the Orchard: a story about finding the courage to emerge, Sonia birthed the Take the Leap! Make an Impact program for those looking for growth and meaning in their every day.