Teach Better, Work Less: T3 Framework for Innovation and EduProtocols

Friday, March 6 2:15 pm–3:05 pm
TCC - Skagit 2

This session brings Oxford Research Encyclopedia Scholar, Dr. Sonny Magana, and CUE’s Chief Learning Officer, Jon Corippo, together to share how the T3 Framework for Innovation and the EduProtocols can reliably accelerate achievement. The T3 Framework categorizes technology’s impact on achievement into three distinct stages: T1) Translational, T2) Transformational, and T3) Transcendent. The strategies in the T3 Framework were shown to consistently double student achievement. The EduProtocols are easy to adopt, UDL friendly, and platform agnostic lesson frames that can dramatically boost student performance, creativity and lessen workloads on teachers. When combined, the T3 Framework and the EduProtocols provide the how and the why to teach better and work less. Join two best-selling authors for a hands-on session that will change the way you seamlessly integrate pedagogy and technology. Many free lesson plans included.

Type: 50-minute Session
Focus Area: 1:1, Adobe, Apple, AI/AR/VR, Assessment, Brain Research/Neuroscience, Coaching, CTE, CTO/IT Specialists, Digital Citizenship, Emerging Trends, Gaming, Google, Leadership, Makerspace, Microsoft, Mobile Devices, Online/Blended Learning, Professional Development, Robotics, Special Ed, STEM/STEAM, Teacher Librarian, Video, Other
Skill Level: All levels

Presented by

Jon Corippo Jon Corippo, CUE, Inc

Chief Learning Officer, CUE. Co-Author The Eduprotocol Field Guide, Book 1 and 2. Grade 4-8 and 9-12 Educator. Creator: CUE Rock Star Professional Development. Co-founder Minarets HS. Co-founder Edcamp Yosemite, Ed Camp Mammoth. Speaker. Foot soldier in the war against ignorance. Author: EduProtocols.

Sonny Magana Sonny Magana, Magana Education

Dr. Sonny Magana is an Oxford Research Scholar, best-selling author, and award-wining teacher. His book, Disruptive Classroom Technologies introduced the T3 Framework for Innovation which has been hailed as a “brilliant breakthrough in our understanding and use of technology for learning” (Fullan, 2017), and, “a major step forward…a powerful, credible, and exciting challenge: Let’s do it!” (Hattie, 2018). Sonny was awarded the Milken Family Foundation Educator Award and the Washington Governor’s Commendation for Educational Excellence. He holds a bachelor of science degree from Stockton University, a master of education degree from City University, and a doctorate in educational leadership from Seattle University.