Follow the sun to San Diego on November 7-9, 2023 harness its power for an immersive IN-PERSON professional development. Connect STEAM, literature, and the social sciences in this multidisciplinary maker project. Explore new ways to build community and classroom partnerships. We will model PBL practices and culturally responsive teaching strategies that can be universally applied to all grade levels, content, and school contexts. This event is collaboratively designed and facilitated by the HTH GSE Professional Learning with the Habla Teacher Institute. Liz, from our previous PBL in Action reflected, “Each protocol, text, activity we did was phenomenal and something that I would love to recreate with kids and adults. Loved all the ‘behind the curtain’ - transparent facilitation was helpful for me to see all the pieces and how I can apply the strategies in the future.” This event is highly participatory and “hands-on,” be prepared to step in and out of the student and teacher seat.
HTH K–12Visitor Release
NORMS FOR HTH VISITORS
Follow the “rule of two feet.” Use your two feet to go where you think you will learn something interesting. Please feel free to walk into classrooms and observe.
Ask for help. Ask anyone for help, including staff and students. Every school has a Site Manager at the front desk who can help point you in the right direction.
Be respectful. If you are about to enter a classroom and you notice that four or five visitors are already there, please consider coming back later. Always make sure there are HTH staff present in the room when you interact with students.
PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO GUIDELINES
Visitors may take photographs (without flash) and video for personal, non-commercial use of:
High Tech High environment/facilities
Student work that does not identify particular students
Classrooms and projects
Visitors may not take or share photographs or videos of students and/or any material that might violate student privacy in any way. In addition, if you should take photos and/or video, please be respectful of the learning environment, and avoid distracting students and staff as they go about their work. We ask that you use your best judgment, and when in doubt, to please ask a staff member. We are happy to field your questions.
High Tech High and its authorized representatives may record on photography film and/or video, pictures of your participation. Any or all of the material photographed may be used, in any form, as part of any future publications, brochure, or other printed materials used to promote High Tech High, and further that such use shall be without payment of fees, royalties, special credit or other compensation.