Presented by Chad Epps and Teresa Britt
A light lunch will be provided.
As educators, we see learner results in the forms of exams, papers, projects, etc. What we sometimes do not see are the actions that lead these results. And even more rarely do we get insight into the learner's actual knowledge, assumptions, and feelings that drive their actions. By understanding these learner 'frames,' we can more effectively drive changes in actions and results.
At the end of this session, the participant will:
• Define 'frames.'
• Examine the relationship between frames, actions, and results.
• Identify skills to discover frames through curiosity and inquiry.
Mon, April 3, 2017
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM