STARTSole, Inquiry Learning Tool Workshop

March 12, 2020

STEM

How do I start a SOLE? Creating a SOLE is facilitating students in Self-Organized Learning Environments using an impressive and powerful app to plan, organize, implement and assess your students’ learning.

A Self-Organized Learning Environment, or SOLE, can exist anywhere there is a computer, internet connection, and students who are ready to learn. Within a SOLE, students are given the freedom to learn collaboratively using hard copy resources and the Internet.  SOLE sessions are characterized by Project Based Learning, discovery, sharing, spontaneity and supportive teacher intervention.  Every SOLE session activates learners’ creativity, requires critical thinking, and refines communication skills.  You will receive access to free tools to implement SOLE in your classroom, have time to create your own lessons, and find out how to earn Act 48 hours.

Audience: Teachers of grades K-12

This Workshop is FREE to all TIU wide educators! Lunch will be on you own.

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Available Credit or Activity Hours

Act 48 Activity Hours
6.0 Hours
Teaching and Learning Professional Development Teaching Techniques and Strategies
Free

Sessions

Thursday, March 12