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Monday, November 21 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
123VC: Applying Principles of Jazz to Collaboration

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Collaboration requires a unique set of skills, skills that are similar to those used in jazz music. Autonomy, passion, risk, innovation, and listening are essential to a successful collaborative experience. Learn how these five principles of jazz are applied in a unique summer course for K12 teachers called 123 VC: Jazzing Up Your Curriculum with Videoconferencing. The workshop is collaboratively led and features a variety of interactive activities across the participating sites. Participants will be inspired by the principles of jazz music applied to collaboration. Participants will learn new ways to polish and improve their collaborations. Participants will critically reflect on their collaborations. 3 key points audience members will learn from the session: 1. Collaboration requires shared leadership. 2. Collaboration requires flexible structures. 3. Collaboration requires listening. Elementary Teacher/Staff, Middle Teacher/Staff, Secondary Teacher/Staff, Librarian/Media Specialist, Staff Development Coordinators, Technology Integration Coordinator, Higher Education, Board of Education

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Amy Spath

Coordinator of E-Learning, CNYRIC


Monday November 21, 2016 3:45pm - 4:45pm
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