June 2017: 4-Day Langford Learning Seminar, Lakeville, MN, USA
June 26 @ 8:00 am - June 29 @ 2:00 pm| $575.00 USD
June 26-29, 2017
Limited outside registration.
Join us in Lakeville, Minnesota this June.Â In cooperation with the Lakeville Area Public Schools we have created another excellent opportunity for individuals and teams to learn about, and begin applying, Langford Learning principles and practices.
This seminar provides a practical ‘how to’ approach to optimizing student learning based on current brain research and the Deming Method.Â Participants are encouraged, but not required to bring laptop computers and/or iPads.
Contact Person (for people requesting seminar information):
Century Middle School
18610 Ipava Avenue
Lakeville, MN 55044
Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport (Terminal 1)
Humphrey Airport (Terminal 2)
Travel time from airport is approximately 40 minutes.
Suggested hotels near the training site, in order of preference:
20800 Kenrick Avenue
21060 Keswick Loop
$575.00 per person (includes printed materials, lunch, snacks and water)
Click here to register onlineÂ via credit card
Checks or purchase orders should be made out to:Langford International, Inc., 12742 Canyon Creek Road, Molt, Montana 59057 Please contact usÂ to getÂ a registration form for checks or PO#’s. Â
You may register and pay an additional cost for three (3) Professional Development 500 level credits through Central Washington University at the 4-Day Langford Quality Learning Seminar. Â Credit will be given upon completion of the course and participation in a project presentation on the last day. Â The three (3) quarter credits are offered primarily for teacher re-certification, pay scale advancement and continuing education requirements.Â Other options may be available through the local school district.
Do you have more questions?Â Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-628-2227
What do past participants say about this seminar?â€śWhether you are a teacher in the classroom or a district level specialist, participants of this workshop will learn quality tools to elicit engagement and relevant, meaningful feedback.â€ť Dr. Emily McDonald: Teaching and Learning Coordinator Â â€śAn insightful, engaging four days of learning-powerful tools for members in every level of the organizationâ€ťÂ Jason Molesky: Program Evaluation and Accountability Â “This seminar provided participants with a variety of strategies and data collection tools to improve student learning and motivation, help students become self-directed learners, decrease staff workload and learn to see problems as opportunities.” Sharon Krueger Special Education Director Â â€śThe 4-Day Langford Quality Learning Seminar sets the stage for teams of classroom teachers to participate in learning that they can use in their classroom. By coming with a team, they will be able to plan the sequence of tools that make the most sense to them.â€ť Barbara Knudsen, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning