Community of Practice – JECC Cleveland – Jan 25th, 2017

Date(s) - 01/25/2017
4:00 pm - 8:30 pm


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4:00 – 6:00:   Facilitation: Bring the best out of our PI sessions.
What are the different roles facilitators play in communities of inquiry? How can I use my position as facilitator to bring the best out of our sessions? There is a growing research literature on facilitation in a community of inquiry that can help us fine-tune the multiple roles we play. In this session we will look at this in theory and practice.
6:00-6:30pm               Dinner
6:30- 8:30pm:   Creativity
creativityThis session will explore the different ways creativity can be developed in the community of inquiry – we will do this partly through an inquiry and partly through looking at video’s of classes.

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About Jen Glaser

Hi. I am the founder and Director of 'Engaging Texts'. As an educator I have been involved in Philosophy for Children for around 30 years - and I have been involved in informal and formal Jewish education even longer. Four years ago I decided to bring these two passions together through developing the field of "Philosophical Inquiry in Jewish Education". I am so happy to have met, and been able to work with, so many of you in this process. My goal over the coming years is to continue to develop and expand this field. I would say more about why, but you can rad about that on the website. I also want to say that this endeavour would not have been possible without the generous support of both the Covenant Foundation and the JECC in Cleveland Ohio, for which I am very grateful!

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