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Connect the Dots and see the “Big Picture”
Suggested Audience: Superintendents, principals, curriculum directors and educators
There are many educational initiatives taking place in Ohio. The Connecting the Dots Conference is an interactive training experience where participants will create a plan and learn how to relate these initiatives to one another, and visualize the implementation in their district. Teams of district educators (2-5 people) will work to see the “Big Picture” and how Ohio’s education reforms support student success.
Connecting the Dots training is project-based learning, an instructional method that allow participants to conduct tasks, promotes thinking skills, drives hands-on problem solving, and allows participants to discover there are many ways to solve a problem.
On-site registration will be available at the event. Please arrive early.
The OAASFEP Title I/Federal Programs Spring Conference is also being held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center from March 20 – 22. Participants of the OAASFEP Conference, which adjourns at noon on March 22, may wish to stay and participate in the afternoon session of the Connecting the Dots: Diving Deeper into Ohio’s Education Reform Efforts conference.