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OVEC Thinking Strategies Institute

Develop the instructional strategies that promote agency, understanding, and engagement!

Leaning is a complex intellectual activity. 

Thinking Strategies enable learners to makes sense of complex texts, academic standards, and content.  Educators will learn how to explicitly teach, support, and plan for deeper thinking in their classroom by studying and experiencing the elements of the recently revised PEBC Teaching Framework.

November 11 to 14, 2019

Institute Location

Shelby County Schools
Robert Blair Learning Center

Registration begins at 8:00AM
Institute begins at 8:30AM

Lab Sessions

Will be held in the Shelby County or Franklin County Schools

Registration Rate

$1,375 per participant for OVEC Districts

$1,600 per participant for non-member districts

Registration fee includes

PEBC Binder & Handouts
Trade Book
Two breakfasts and four lunches

“We learned theory and practice, and were able to see the strategies in action in lab classrooms. Seeing and hearing students talk about their work in terms of their thinking was amazing.” 

-Thinking Strategy Institute Participant

Questions?

Chrissy Jones at OVEC, [email protected]
Melissa Wainwright at OVEC, [email protected]

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