Renbrook is proud to be a dynamic, dedicated community that brings learning to life for our students and their families. Through our Community Discovery Series, we bring the school and families together on a regular basis to focus upon thoughtful, relevant topics of importance. We hope you will join us as we hear from school and outside experts and engage in meaningful dialogue with each other. Guests are welcome for events open to the public – invite a friend!
If you have feedback and/or ideas for topics, please contact Betsy Flynn at firstname.lastname@example.org
Topics subject to change, so please check back often. Most events do not require an RSVP unless it is an evening event when childcare is offered.
Division Heads Presentation: What affects learning and achievement? Leading educational researcher, John Hattie, synthesized over 800 meta-analyses to determine what has the greatest effect on learning and achievement. Let’s unpack his discoveries.
A.J. Juliani is the Director of Learning and Innovation for Centennial School District. As a former Engish teacher, football coach, and K-12 Technology Staff Developer, A.J. has worked towards innovative learning experiences for students in various roles. A.J. is also an award-winning blogger, speaker, and author of multiple books including the best-sellers EMPOWER and LAUNCH: Using Design Thinking to Boost Creativity and Bring out the Maker in Every Student.
A.J. Juliani brings a high-energy, fun, and engaging style of presentation through keynotes, full-day workshops, and online professional development offerings. His mix of personal stories from the classroom, real-world examples, and research-based insights lead to a learning opportunity for everyone in attendance. A.J. has worked at all levels of the K-12 spectrum and has the lens of a parent (of four crazy kids) as well. He will encourage educators to not only be intentional about innovation, but also focus on how our practice needs to always be centered on the student experience.
Parent Book Club-The Reflective Parent: How to Do Less and Relate More with Your Kids by Regina Pally The Reflective Parent synthesizes the latest in neuroscience research. Join Division Heads to learn more aboutparenting principles.
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November 5, 2019 at 5:00-6:30 p.m.
Kara AshleyHead of Upper School,Julie SchlossingerHead of Lower School, &