Time: April 4, 2011 at 8:30am to April 5, 2011 at 5:30pm
Street: 2750 Notaiah Road
City/Town: Estes Park
Website or Map: http://www.eaglerockschool.org
Event Type: student, exhibitions
Organized By: email@example.com
Latest Activity: Jan 4, 2011
We celebrate National Exhibition Month (http://www.essentialschools.org/events/6) three times a year at the nationally recognized Eagle Rock School & Professional Development Center (http://www.eaglerockschool.org) located in Estes Park, Colorado.
At the end of our trimesters, Eagle Rock students prepare a presentation that displays evidence of their learning during that trimester. The presentations are made before members of the Eagle Rock community and a panel composed of guests who may be teachers, administrators, community members, representatives of participating school districts and higher education, and others who are interested in alternative assessment, education renewal & the progress of Eagle Rock School & our students.
Each student prepares for a 30-minute discussion of her/his learning: 15 minutes for a formal presentation and 15 minutes to answer questions from the panel.
Are you an educator who would consider being a part of our panel for our Spring trimester? The Presentations of Learning will take place on Monday, April 4th and Tuesday, April 5th, 2010. We would be pleased to have you participate on a panel for a morning, an afternoon, or a full day. A RSVP form may be found here: http://tinyurl.com/EagleRockRSVP
Because of the scheduling involved, we would like to have your reply by February 1, 2011. If the form is not completed by then, we will assume you are unable to join us for our celebration of learning this trimester. Additionally, we may be able to provide overnight accommodations and meals, with prior reservations made with Jeanine Cerundolo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please learn more about our exhibitions here (including viewing video samples online): http://tinyurl.com/WHATarePOLs
We hope to see you in April in the Mountains!
Feel free to forward this email to other educators who may benefit from learning about schools that promote and celebrate exhibitions as a preferred form of student assessment!