We are excited to welcome you to our Curriculum Summit in Asia on January 25-27, 2019! Below, please explore the individual sessions, and register for the sessions of your choice to design your own professional learning experience.

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Saturday, January 26 • 1:20pm - 2:20pm
Supporting Teachers' Productive Beliefs and Practices for Working With Advanced Learners in IB TOK and AP Capstone AVAILABLE

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Limited Capacity seats available

This workshop will engage in dialogue about the importance of considering both disciplinary differences as well as intersectionality when conducting research as rising scholars in the academy. For the purpose of this session, we will focus primarily on the individual experiences, trajectories, and focus of expertise, while holding each other accountable via peer mentorship. Participants will learn about the different features between fixed and growth mindsets, the necessity for meta-cognitive skills, characteristics of G/T learners, and instructional practices to support them in these specific research courses.


Galileo Chen-Ju Liu

Educational Specialist, Kang Chiao International School
Galileo holds a PhD in curriculum and instruction, with research interests in differentiated curriculum, gifted education and curriculum reform. Galileo currently serves as an Education Specialist at Kang Chiao International School.

Saturday January 26, 2019 1:20pm - 2:20pm
Room #207

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