We are thrilled about the second Seminar that Cadwell Collaborative will co-host for educators here in St. Louis in April:
Myth Busters: Challenge Assumptions and Learn for the Future
We are fortunate to collaborate with three schools: The College School; The Maplewood Richmond Heights School District; and The St. Michael School.
- participate in student led tours of eco school yards and innovative school design
- observe dynamic classes and students in action
- learn in presentations by students and teachers
- join in Open Space dialogue and idea sharing
- challenge assumptions and learn for the future
A Seminar for K-12 Educators
April 19 & 20, 2012
St. Louis, Missouri
Join us as we challenge common assumptions about schools and explore new ways of thinking about learning in the 21st century.
Assumption: Independent and public schools do not collaborate. Instead, learn from the dynamic collaboration and professional growth among two independent schools and a public district.
Assumption: Students don’t do real work in school. Instead, witness engaged, high achieving students in action, learning and working for a healthy, hopeful future.
Assumption: Students are not yet citizens. Instead, explore with teachers and students stories of effective projects that contribute to their communities.
Assumption: Teachers deliver curricula, students receive it. Instead, observe students and teachers collaborate and work together to create effective results.
Assumption: Tests are the best measure of achievement. Instead, look at a long view of achievement through electronic portfolios of exemplary work and student reflection on progress over time.
REGISTRATION LIMITED TO 60
discounts for groups of 4 or more
limited scholarships available
questions may directed by email to:
or call 314-614-9889