Category Archives: Best Practices for Planning CAIS Event

The Wisdom of Crowds: Sharing Collaborative and Group Work among Middle & Upper School teachers

Moderators: Joel Backon, Choate Rosemary Hall & Bill Sullivan, Suffield Academy “Groups are only smart when there is a balance between the information that everyone in the group shares and the information that each of the members of the group … Continue reading

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Elevator Pitches 2016 Teachers Helping Teachers

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Connecting Our PD with Elevator Pitches

The Commission for Professional Development is excited to host another great Teachers Helping Teachers event. We continue to believe that our best professional development assets are among us in our schools and state. Upon reflecting on this insight and reviewing … Continue reading

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edcampCAIS–Sign Up Today!

There’s still time to register for this Saturday’s edCampCAIS but don’t delay.  This is a FREE event where you and your colleagues can gather to share a vested interest in learning about learning and growing professionally. Unlike other conferences, an … Continue reading

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Presenter Reflections

I had a train of experiences that were new to me as a presenter and educator during and after conference that I wanted to share. During my “Think Time” presentation, one of teachers listening made a connection with the power … Continue reading

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More CAIS Educators Using #CAISCT To Connect

  CAIS educators attending the World Language Dinner tomorrow night can use the #caisct to begin preconference conversations. And because the event is fully booked, others can connect and find out some take-aways. Taking advantage of the #caisct, Twitter conversations … Continue reading

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Use the #CAISCT to Connect with other CAIS Educators

CAIS educators want to use this year’s popular and successful Too Many Tools event to promote the use of the #caisct.  Taking advantage of the #caisct, Twitter conversations can happen before, during and after conferences and events. This practice will … Continue reading

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