Beata Mirecka-Jakubowska

High School English teacher

Beata Mirecka-Jakubowska is an experienced English and EAL teacher at Jakarta Intercultural School, a passionate professional, well-known for her support of language-learning students. To ensure their success, for over three decades she has effectively designed various English courses, utilized technology to enhance learning, embedded Service Learning and life-long learning skills in her curriculum. She embraces challenging educational ventures, student-centered collaborative inquiry projects, and technology integration, especially educational apps.
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/bmirjak 

SPEAKER SESSIONS

Future Learning

27 September 2018 | 11:00 - 12:00 | English | Strategies For Inquiry-Based Teaching to Build Learning Mindsets

To begin implementing inquiry-based teaching, a pedagogical approach that invites students to explore academic content by posing, investigating, and answering questions, your students need a learning mindset. Their interest level needs a boost to sustain focus and facilitate learning. How to stimulate inquisitive learning, even when the curriculum is prescribed?

Before students are able to complete independent inquiry projects, they need guided practice and effective strategies. In this interactive workshop, experienced High School English teacher Beata Mirecka-Jakubowska will demonstrate this guided practice and equip teachers with powerful strategies to help their students build an inquisitive, resilient and reflective learning mindset.

NOTE: To fully participate in this interactive workshop, please download the FLIPGRID app onto your phone from the Apple or Google Play store. Please bring headphones/ear buds as well. Other classroom materials will be provided.

Part 1 Learn by experience:
Participation in interactive guided practice 
Inquiry mindset
Reflection on mindset and dispositions

Part 2 Practice what you learn:
Participation in interactive application of strategies
Building learning power to stimulate inquisitive learning
Reflection on paradigm shift