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2013 Southern Nevada Writing Project Summer Institute. Good Morning!. Day Eleven Agenda. Scribe Report, Breakfast, Browsing Ticket out the Door Review Review of Norms Teaching Demo/Workshop: Debrief Session “Shards of Memory” – Writing Time LUNCH- Response Groups

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Day eleven agenda
Day ElevenAgenda

Scribe Report, Breakfast, Browsing

Ticket out the Door Review

Review of Norms

Teaching Demo/Workshop:

Debrief Session

“Shards of Memory” – Writing Time

LUNCH- Response Groups

Teaching Demo/Workshop:

Debrief Session

Ticket out the Door




2013 summer institute norms
2013 Summer Institute Norms

Participation

Be on time

When contributing, try to stay on point

Be honest, whether critical or complementary

Ask questions so that you can fully understand

Be open and flexible: “Trust the process”

Specify / Clarify / Be aware of times during the course of the day

Uphold confidentiality within our group, now and in the future

Understand that photos and videos may be taken at the Institute

“Fulfill your role”

Listening

Listen more than you’re speaking

Give your undivided attention to the speaker

Be present, especially when people are speaking

View constructive criticism as helpful/don’t withhold your opinions in favor of my feelings

Use technology to enhance understanding, avoid distractions whenever possible






Ticket out the door
Ticket out the Door:

  • Comments regarding the teaching demo/workshop debrief process so far?

  • In general, what questions or concerns do you have?


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