Creating Self-Organized Learning Environment (SOLE)
- Creating Self-Organized Learning Environment (SOLE)
- 9/22/2021, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
A Self-Organized Learning Environment or SOLE is an integrated, interdisciplinary approach to student-centered learning that provides a platform for student collaboration, problem-solving, and discovery using just electronic devices and an internet connection. With SOLE, students foster their critical thinking, curiosity, creativity, and communication skills as they navigate around a question of inquiry. SOLE lessons can be adopted for either face-to-face or remote settings in most subject areas.
Engage in a SOLE session as an adult learner .
Identify the role of the teacher throughout the SOLE learning process.
Examine how to authentically measure student participation and learning in the context of a SOLE lesson.
Explore the resources available to prepare a SOLE lesson.
RegisterCPETracker members may register at www.cpetracker.org. Don’t have a CPETracker account? Please complete and submit the form at www.ciu20.org/noncpetracker/. There will be an additional $20 administrative fee for Non-CPETracker members requesting Act 48 hours.
September 22, 2021
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Must be registered to receive link to event.
No cost to attend.
Heather Heimer, Ed.D. Assistant Director of Professional Learning, Missy Petrilak, Training and Consulting Staff
Professional Learning Services