Category Archives: Workshops

Free Webinar: Quarter 1 Q&A

Can you believe it?  The first quarter of the school year is already coming to a close!  This upcoming webinar is all about reflecting on what we’ve done so far in the classroom, and inspiring what we have left to do!

I’ll be answering your questions, calming your uncertainties, clarifying your confusions.  Anything I can do to be of service to you!

AICE General Paper teacher? Check.

AICE Global Perspectives teacher? Check.

AP Seminar teacher?  Check. Check. Check.

You’re all invited and can all equally benefit from the convo!

For those of you who completed the survey I sent around previously, I’ll surely be making use of that data by addressing the trends I saw surfacing, but I also invite you to post your burning curriculum questions to the edPioneer Facebook page.  This’ll set fire to online dialogue and support we can benefit from all year!  Join this interactive community…power in numbers, y’all!

CLICK HERE to visit the edPioneer Facebook page and post your burning curriculum questions.

I’ll be sure to answer ’em during the webinar (and you know I’ll give you a shout-out while I’m at it!).

Oh, and for those of you who ‘like’ my FB page by November 1, I’ll be sending you a special email surprise 😉  It’s a little resource doozy I think you’ll like 😉

Not sure if you can make it?  Sign up anyway to let me know you’re interested, and I’ll keep you in the resources, replays, and materials loop.

Let’s go confidently into that good Quarter 2, friends…sign up for the webinar today where you’ll get the inspiration and energy you need to fight the good fight toward holiday break, and set goals for your new year!

Simply click the image below to get at it 😉

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Cambridge “Best Practices”: June 2014

Breaking news...I'm facilitating this summer's GP Best Practices!

Breaking news…I’m facilitating this summer’s GP Best Practices!

Interested in attending Cambridge’s “Best Practices” workshop this summer?  Great news…I’m facilitating a two-day workshop for AICE: General Paper 8004!

If you are interested in learning more about this awesome opportunity in June 2014, CLICK HERE!!!!!!

Collaboratively Yours,

eduPavich

Workshop Update: Blogger Channels Orwell

Greetings…Big Brother here…I seem to have censored my own site…

Just a few short days ago, I posted a note that I was planning a November workshop to be hosted at my high school.  Yet now, it seems that the post has mysteriously disappeared, that I’ve somehow rescinded said offer, and am now replacing it with the following Doublespeak message:

There is no November workshop.  There was never a November workshop.  The workshop opportunity is in December.

What’s up with that?!

Orwellian paranoia terrorizes teacher blog...

Orwellian paranoia terrorizes teacher blog…

Allow me to UPDATE you on the blog post that seems to have traveled down the Orwellian Memory Hole, of the local workshop event that seems to have vaporized into thin air as if it never existed at all (yikes…the Delete button is ominously powerful, all of a sudden!)

I originally drummed up the idea for the November workshop because lots of teachers had been asking about ‘best practice’ when it comes to grading the classroom essay and scoring it according to the CIE rubric.  Lots of the teachers I got to know through the Cambridge “Best Practices” workshops have mentioned that they wish the GP training was two days, as opposed to one.

Looks like we got to cash in a wish from the genie lamp…CIE might be granting us the luxury of a 2-Day, GP-training workshop after all…!!

While this is NOT yet definite, it seems likely, so there will no longer be a need for the November session!  Hence the vaporized post…it’s my job at the Ministry of Blogging to make sure you get the most up-to-date information!  

Stay tuned to The Global Pen for updates about a possible, two-day GP workshop through Cambridge’s “Best Practices” series.  I hope to have dates, times, locations and workshop agenda details for you soon once this information firms up and pans out (#hello-idiomatic-expressions).

If you have not already done so, follow me on Twitter @ edupavich!!

Collaboratively Yours,

eduPavich

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