In addition to teaching and blogging, I present and lead workshops on the following topics:
- Classroom Discussion: Cultivating Student Voice through Content-Centered Conversation
- Teachers Grading Less, Students Learning More: Moving from Evaluation to Feedback-in-Process
- It’s a Process: Moving Beyond Essay Writing to Developing the Whole Writer
- Student-Teacher Conferences: Assessment for Learning, Not Grades
- Personalized Development: Growing a Professional Learning Network
Just below, you will see what I have coming up, and where I have presented in the past. After taking a look at what I can offer you and your organization, please reach out via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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My Experience as a Presenter
February 2020 | Engaging Student Voice through Ongoing, Text-Dependent Conversations (los angeles, CA)
- Presenting at CATE 2020
- To learn more about this presentation, see Cult of Pedagogy Podcast episode 109
February 2020 | teachers grading less, students learning more (los angeles, CA)
- Presenting at CATE 2020
February 2020 | Teaching Students Self-Assessment with Google Forms (orange, CA)
- Presenting at the Orange County CUE Technology Festival 2020
- Co-presenting with Justin Kirpatrick, teacher specialist of Pomona Valley USD
January 2019 | Ongoing Conversations: A Simple, Robust Discussion Protocol You Can Use Tomorrow (Riverside, CA)
- Delivered during faculty professional development for Hillcrest High School
- Featured on the Cult of Pedagogy Podcast: Getting Students Talking with Ongoing Conversations
September 2018 | Student Anxiety and Aspirations: Learning Their Story to Promote Belonging (Riverside, CA)
- A 10 minute talk at a faculty meeting at Hillcrest High School
- Content for the talk came from this post: 2 Small Things Completely Changed How I View My Students
February & April 2018 | Make Them Revise It (Riverside, CA)
- A two-part professional development workshop for Alvord Unified School District
- Teachers learned how to use low-stakes writing and revision assignments to teach students to see and value writing as a process.
- Content developed out of chapter 5 of my book, Make Them Process It
September & November 2017 | Make Them Revise It (Riverside, CA)
- See description above
- The following post presents a taste of what I covered in the workshop: I Teach Revision on Day 2
As a classroom teacher, I am eager to work with you and your organization to tailor a presentation and/or workshop that meets the needs of your audience.