The annual Rejuvenate Conference, sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Chapter of WAEYC, took place Saturday, May 14, 2022.
Session 2 (BONUS): Reflecting on Our Practice: Supporting Student Behavior and Sensemaking
On Thursday, 5/26/2022, 6:30-8:30pm, join us for an optional PART 2, where we will reflect on our learning from the Rejuvenate Conference and put the ideas further into practice.
Jordan Sherry-Wagner PhC is a Learning Scientist and Early Childhood Educator whose work explores connections between educational theory and practice with children, teachers, policy makers, and parents/communities. He began his career in a mixed-age family childcare where he worked as founding co-director for over a decade. Jordan currently works as an Undergraduate Instructor in the University of Washington’s College of Education and Graduate Research Assistant through the Learning in Places Project. He has worked as a curriculum developer, program coordinator, classroom teacher, and data analyst affiliated with a range of educational and professional institutions. Jordan also works with the Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization (PLATO) and currently teaches early grade philosophy and science classes through the UW Robinson Center’s Enrichment Program.
With a BA in Early Childhood and Family Studies, Jordan then earned his M.Ed. in Learning Sciences and Human Development with research at the intersection of mixed age education and global climate change under Dr. Gail Joseph. Now advised by Dr. Megan Bang, his doctoral research investigates culture, learning, and development in early science and philosophy, specifically focusing on the role of ethical speculation in field-based science practices with early-grade children through the Learning in Places project.
Note: Registration is non-refundable. Children welcome to attend via ZOOM alongside you! We love cameos.
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