The 5 Habits Framework

1) Evidence (How do I know what's true?)

2) Perspective (Who might think differently?)

3) Connections (What other areas of knowledge are connected?)

4) Supposition (How might it be different if..?)

5) Significance (Is this important?)

Conference Presentations

Greater Ozarks Cooperating School Districts (GOCSD) Innovation Summit, May 2018:  "Exceptionally Average:  A Model of Intellectual Resilience".

Shaping Teachers Across the Region (STAR) Summit (Paid Presenter), November 2017-"Exceptionally Average:  A Model of Intellectual Resilience".

Kansas Association for the Gifted, Talented, and Creative (KGTC) State Conference, October 2017-"Critical Questioning in the Gifted Classroom"

Gifted Association of Missouri (GAM) State Conference, October 2017:  "Exceptionally Average-A Model of Intellectual Resilience"

John Thomas School of Discovery Staff Professional Development (Paid Presenter), Nixa School District, May-June 2017.

Greater Ozarks Cooperating School Districts (GOCSD) Innovation Summit, June 2017:  "The 5 Habits of Mind-A Framework for Critical Questioning".

Rogersville School District Staff Professional Development (Paid Presenter), April 20117:  "Critical Questioning for Rigor and Engagement".

Marshfield School District Professional Development (Paid Presenter), October 2016/February 2017:  "Critical Thinking Through Questioning".

Shaping Teachers Across the Region (STAR) Summit (Paid Presenter), November 2016:  "The 5 Habits of Mind-A Framework for Critical Questioning".

Gifted Association of Missouri (GAM) State Conference, October 2016:  "The 5 Habits of Mind-A Framework for Critical Questioning".

Greater Ozarks Cooperating School Districts (GOCSD) Innovation Summit, June 2016:  "The 5 Habits of Mind-A Framework for Critical Questioning".

Shaping Teachers Across the Region (STAR) Summit, November 2015 (Paid Presenter):  "Rigor and Creativity in the High Ability Classroom"

Gifted Association of Missouri (GAM) State Conference, October 2015:  "Rigor and Creativity in the High Ability Classroom"

Gifted Association of Missouri (GAM) State Conference, October 2014:  "MOOC's and Personal Learning Projects".     

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