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Wednesday, June 22
 

8:30am

Every Child Deserves a Rock Star Teacher!
In this keynote address, Principal Kafele will make the case that all children deserve a phenomenal teacher which he refers to as a “Rock Star” teacher. He will assert that being a “Rock Star” teacher is all about the teacher’s attitude toward his / her students, the practice of teaching and an “obsession” with continued professional growth.

Speakers
avatar for Principal Kafele

Principal Kafele

Public, Principal Kafele Consulting, LLC
Recipient of the National Alliance of Black School Educators Hall of Fame Award, the New Jersey Education Association Award of Excellence and the prestigious Milken National Educator Award, Principal Baruti Kafele is ON FIRE! He has distinguished himself as an award-winning educator, an internationally-renowned speaker and a best-selling author. | | As an elementary school teacher in East Orange, NJ, Principal Kafele was selected as the East... Read More →


Wednesday June 22, 2016 8:30am - 10:00am
Chapman Auditorium

10:15am

Mentoring Through Instruction and Counseling: A Case Study On Stress And Coping Among Black Women In Education

While Black women outperform all demographic groups in college enrollment and make up the majority of Black individuals who obtain bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees, they are still statistically and narratively experiencing outcome inequalities in the areas of political representation, economic/family stability, professional/business development, health and educational achievements in comparison to Black males, White females and White males respectively. This session explores the implications of these outcomes and suggests techniques to proactively address them in educational settings.


Speakers
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Dr. Rhonda Jeffries

Associate Professor Instruction and Teacher Education Curriculum Studies, University of South Carolina


Wednesday June 22, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
LNB 214

10:15am

Closing the Attitude Gap
Principal Kafele will assert that the greatest difficulty to closing the achievement gap is the overwhelming assumption that achievement is in fact, the problem. He says that the achievement gap is a consequence of the failure to adequately address the attitude gap that continues to persist in American classrooms. In this session, Principal Kafele will focus on the following five strands: Environment for Learning, Attitude toward Students, Relationship with Students, Compassion for Students and Relevance in Instruction.

Speakers
avatar for Principal Kafele

Principal Kafele

Public, Principal Kafele Consulting, LLC
Recipient of the National Alliance of Black School Educators Hall of Fame Award, the New Jersey Education Association Award of Excellence and the prestigious Milken National Educator Award, Principal Baruti Kafele is ON FIRE! He has distinguished himself as an award-winning educator, an internationally-renowned speaker and a best-selling author. | | As an elementary school teacher in East Orange, NJ, Principal Kafele was selected as the East... Read More →


Wednesday June 22, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
Chapman Auditorium

10:15am

How Libraries Transform Schools by Contributing to Student Success
School librarians transform learning and contribute to student success when they collaborate with teachers. How? Join us for BYOD (Bring you own device) session filled with strategies for collaborating with and using expertise of your school's librarian. Hear from librarians who have worked in Title 1 schools and in kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high schools. Maybe even pick up a few strategies for your classroom as well.

Speakers
avatar for Leigh Jordan

Leigh Jordan

School Librarian, A. R. Rucker Middle School
This is my fifteenth year working as a school librarian in Lancaster, and I love the way my job combines literacy and technology! I have English and Education degrees from Winthrop University, and I have a Master's in Library and Information Science and a Master's in Educational Technology from USC. In 2011, I was named South Carolina's Media Specialist of the Year by the South Carolina Association of School Librarians, and in 2015, I renewed... Read More →


Wednesday June 22, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
Nursing Auditorium

10:15am

Accelerating Literacy: Lessons from Migrant Education Travel Camp
This presentation highlights strategies and lessons learned from a Summer literacy enrichment program that serves migrant children in their own homes. Summer travel camps serve to reduce schooling disruptions for the most educationally vulnerable children and provide teachers and teacher educators with lessons for improving learning opportunities that foster equity, respect, and awareness.


Wednesday June 22, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
LNB 137

10:15am

CANCELLED: Mastering Content Vocabulary Through Conversation
THIS SESSION HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

Wednesday June 22, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
LNB 205

10:15am

Transforming Education to Meet The Needs of Emergent Learners

The purpose of this presentation is to discuss current educational trends in curriculum design and instruction that supports and enhances the achievement of students of poverty. In reviewing current literature and best instructional strategies of practitioners, we will suggest recommendations for improvement and changes applicable to 21st century teachers.



Wednesday June 22, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
LSF 102

10:15am

Boeing DreamLearners Program

Students throwing paper airplanes in the classroom is usually frowned upon. However, schools are clamoring to have their students do just that as part of Boeing South Carolina's DreamLearners program. What better way to provide a rich engineering experience for teachers and students that to participate this program! This experience will generate interest, curiosity, and motivation towards moving into the direction of producing students who will not only be able to succeed in an ever-changing technological society, but contribute to it, as well.



Wednesday June 22, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
LNB 145

11:30am

Home Visits and Why They Work
Home visits have become a teaching tool of the past, but I have seen visits with children and their families benefit behavior, demeanor, and academic purpose. Not only do home visits help students, they are a vital tool in my classroom to connect with families in a positive, relational way.

Speakers
avatar for Dee Donnahoo

Dee Donnahoo

1st Grade Teacher, Goose Creek Primary
I am still fairly new to the teaching profession but have a true passion for seeing children feel and be successful. I have taught four year old kindergarten in both the private and public school setting, led children's ministry, substitute and homebound taught, and am currently a CDEP teacher at Marrington Elementary in the Charleston area. This upcoming school year, I am moving to Goose Creek Primary and will be teaching first grade. My "job... Read More →


Wednesday June 22, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
LNB 137

11:30am

CANCELLED: Let's Rock and Roll: PBL's to Transform Learning

THIS SESSION HAS BEEN CANCELLED!


Wednesday June 22, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
LSF 102

11:30am

Formative Assessment in the Classroom
Learn strategies to use formative assessments in your classroom as assessment for learning. There will be digital strategies presented using Ipads.

Speakers
avatar for Patricia Boatwright

Patricia Boatwright

Assistant Professor, Francis Marion University
I have taught 22 years in public schools grades 1-6. I recently graduated from USC (Go Gamecocks!) with a doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction. At FMU, I have taught or will teach Foundations of Education, Technology in the Classroom, Introduction to Early Childhood, Science and Social Studies methods. I feel that formative assessment is one of the most important parts of a lesson. I will give some low-tech and high-tech ways to assess your... Read More →


Wednesday June 22, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
Nursing Auditorium

11:30am

The Intentionality of Excellence
As it is quite normal to react and respond to situations that arise in schools and classrooms daily, in this breakout session, Principal Kafele will question the intentionality of our actions prior to the occurrence of these situations. He contends strongly that the intentionally behind what students see, hear, feel and experience matters in schools and classrooms daily.

Speakers
avatar for Principal Kafele

Principal Kafele

Public, Principal Kafele Consulting, LLC
Recipient of the National Alliance of Black School Educators Hall of Fame Award, the New Jersey Education Association Award of Excellence and the prestigious Milken National Educator Award, Principal Baruti Kafele is ON FIRE! He has distinguished himself as an award-winning educator, an internationally-renowned speaker and a best-selling author. | | As an elementary school teacher in East Orange, NJ, Principal Kafele was selected as the East... Read More →


Wednesday June 22, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
Chapman Auditorium

11:30am

When You Know Better You Do Better: Teachers Who See Beyond A Deficit Lens

In this session, you can expect to hear teachers sharing how their use of counter narratives (conversations surrounding social injustices or "taboo topics") in their classrooms/schools has given them purpose and hope in the midst of an unjust and unapologetic school system that seems to favor some over others. Participants will have the opportunity to live through the experiences of these teachers as they uncover the struggles, challenges, and triumphs they've encountered while advocating with and for their children. With so many teachers secretly believing that poverty is an unchanging state of being, all children need to come in contact with educators who empower, not define them.


Speakers
avatar for Nozsa Tinsley

Nozsa Tinsley

Teacher, Richland School District 2
I am a second grade teacher at Windsor Elementary and I absolutely love my job! I received my bachelors and masters degree from The University of South Carolina!I am a true believer in teaching through social justice and also in teaching the whole child! I can only speak from my own experiences and what has worked for me, but I am always open to new ideas and to change!


Wednesday June 22, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
LNB 205

11:30am

Project Based Learning in the Community
The high school teacher will present how the project was designed to involve and empower club members numbering to fifty students of varying levels to plan, design, and develop community projects through the effective use of Project-Based Learning strategies.

Speakers
avatar for Maria Maderal

Maria Maderal

TAP STEM Master Teacher, Marlboro County High School
Ms Maria Maderal is Marlboro County High School’s Teacher of the Year for SY 2015-2016 and 2016 STAR Teacher, a program of the Foundation for Professional Development, a state-wide program designed to recognize and reward outstanding veteran teachers in South Carolina. She received the 1st Technology and Spotlight Award (TSA) in the district in March, 2015. This TSA is given to a teacher who exhibits the changes in instructional needs of... Read More →


Wednesday June 22, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
LNB 145

12:30pm

Lunch
Wednesday June 22, 2016 12:30pm - 1:15pm
Univesity Center

1:15pm

"Johnathon"
Many children enter classrooms so loaded down with problems from home that they have great difficulty settling into class routines. More often than not, these troubled children cannot focus on learning until they have the basic need of belonging established in their young lives. It is often the teacher of these children who can and does make a difference in their success or failure. Watch, now, the story of "Johnathon" that "CHILDREN NEED LOVE, TOO!"

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Wednesday June 22, 2016 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Chapman Auditorium

2:30pm

Bringing Humor to the World of Education
Everyone is talking about the importance of school climate, but what does that really mean and how can we ensure that everyone is actively contributing to a positive learning and working environment? Principle Gerry Brooks has become an internet sensation because his humorous videos target problems that many of us have experienced for years. Plan to laugh out loud while examining many of the tough issues. Learn what works in his school and take away school culture and climate strategies that will work for you in your classroom.

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Wednesday June 22, 2016 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Chapman Auditorium
 
Thursday, June 23
 

8:00am

Invitations to Learn: Creating Classrooms that Support Learning
Research is making an increasingly convincing case that the most important thing a teacher can do to grow successful learners is to establish an "invitational" learning environment - one in which students feel known, accepted, valued, challenged, supported, and is a contributor to the welfare of others. This session will focus on teacher beliefs and practices that lead to such environments and why these environments are critical in positive outcomes for children whose income status provides a significant challenge for both these students and their teachers.


Thursday June 23, 2016 8:00am - 10:00am
Chapman Auditorium

10:15am

Literacy Strategies Across the Curriculum to Promote Success in Students From Poverty
A strong emphasis on literacy across the curriculum has a positive impact on student achievement for students from poverty. This session will provide educations with a variety of literacy strategies to integrate across the curriculum.

Speakers

Thursday June 23, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
LNB 205

10:15am

10:15am

Conversation with Carol Ann Tomlinson
In this follow up session to the keynote, Carol Ann Tomlinson will answer questions on how to grow successful learners and provide concrete strategies that teachers can use to establish an "invitational" learning environment.


Thursday June 23, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
Chapman Auditorium

10:15am

Poverty Is Not An Excuse

This session highlights real issues teachers face when teaching students living in poverty and provides strategies for success for both students and teachers. This session helps you connect, engage, and increase student achievement, by using strategies and techniques that foster a growth mindset, creates a risk-tolerant culture for learning, and ways to improve classroom instruction to meet the particular academic needs of students.


Speakers
avatar for Beatrice Mazyck

Beatrice Mazyck

Digital Resource Coach, Carolina Consortium for Enterprise Learning (CCEL)
Dr. Mazyck is an entrepreneur, educator, coach, and Leadership Consultant. As former Transformation Academy Teacher of StudentsFirst, Dr. BeaAtrice Mazyck is widely recognized for her work in education and  leadership. A highly skilled speaker and trainer, she travels extensively sharing her professional expertise with thousands, delivering inspirational keynote speeches and educational training to students, teachers, and nonprofit... Read More →


Thursday June 23, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
LSF 102

10:15am

How Inclusive Is Your Classroom Library
Children are active, contemporary participants in their environments and have a natural capacity to live, learn, and play in the rich diversity of the unique human experiences for themselves and others. Literacy is a FANTASTIC way to build on a child's natural abilities and curiosity about their diverse world. This session will offer literature and activities that childcare professionals may use to introduce, acknowledge and celebrate the uniqueness of each child!

Speakers
avatar for Tameka Phillips

Tameka Phillips

Certified Childcare Trainer, Della's Apron, LLC.
Hello! My name is Tameka and I am known as THE Rock Star Trainer! What makes me a Rock Star? The passion for the profession. I came into the wonderful world of early care and education through Head Start in 1998. Since that time, I have served in a wide range of excellent roles with fabulous children, families and staff: in the classroom, after school programming and summer enrichment programming. I have served as a Regulatory Specialist, an... Read More →


Thursday June 23, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
LNB 145

10:15am

Brain Development: Teaching With The Whole Child in Mind
The brain begins its development days after conception and continues to make new connections throughout life. As the young child develops, natural learning outcomes are influenced by information received through the five senses. The amount and delivery of this information creates the child's unique learning thumbprint. Throughout the session we will discuss the learning thumbprint and ways to facilitate its fully integrated development. In this straightforward exploration into the influence of the sensory-motor system on cognition, participants will take part in extending the functional interpretation of Einstein's statement; "Learning is experience. Everything else is just information.
"Must attend entire 2 hour session to recieve credit!

Speakers
avatar for Robin McCants

Robin McCants

Early Childhood Consultant, SC First Steps Early Head Start Child Care Partnership
Robin McCants is the founder and President of McCants and Associates LLC and has been a national staff developer for Kaplan Early Learning Company and Teaching Strategies. She is a dynamic presenter who makes all her presentations engaging and fun, as well as educational. Her 39 plus years of experiences include service as a teacher, principal, Director of Title 1 schools, and state Director of Early Childhood at the State Department of Education... Read More →


Thursday June 23, 2016 10:15am - 12:30pm
Nursing Auditorium

10:15am

EL Education: A Powerful and Intuitive Learning Framework

Do you believe that all students can learn? Why and under what conditions might students choose to engage in collaborative work to meet desired learning outcomes? What motivates students to expend the energy needed to master core knowledge and skills? Academic mindsets are the attitudes and beliefs that compel students to engage in deeper learning, produce high quality work, and develop the necessary character traits to be high successful. Learn what the academic mindsets are and how Irmo Middle School is using them to engage and motivate all students in order to deepen learning and improve learning outcomes.


Speakers
avatar for Jen Cook

Jen Cook

Instructional Guide, Irmo Middle School
I believe strongly in the middle school model, as adolescent brains are extremely different than that of elementary and high school students. This is my first year out of the classroom, as I have stepped into more of a leadership role as an instructional guide. I spent 13 years in the classroom teaching math, science and leadership classes. I'm grappling with what my professional future may look like, but am excited to be on this journey with... Read More →
avatar for Robert Jackson

Robert Jackson

Principal, School District Five of Lexington & Richland Counties
Energetic, dedicated, results-driven, and highly accomplished instructional leader possessing 22+ years experience in K-12 public education on the primary, elementary, middle, and secondary levels. A skilled leader who motivates all teachers and students to achieve optimum performance in an accountability driven climate while comprehensively and collaboratively involving all stakeholders. Established history of assuming leadership roles in all... Read More →


Thursday June 23, 2016 10:15am - 12:30pm
LSF 108

11:30am

An Effective Parent Advocate
This session will provide effective strategies, ideas, and resources to assist families of poverty and to encourage parents to become full partners in their children's education. Join us for interesting ideas, topics, and insights.

Speakers
avatar for Vanessa Smith

Vanessa Smith

Parent/Family Service Avocate, Charleston County School District
Vanessa Smith has a great passion for working with families. Since the 1990’s, she had transitioned from a preschool to Ladson Elementary School, where she has been working for almost 19 years. Over the years, she has assisted many families that are in great need of food, clothing, shelter/housing, transportation, school supplies, etc. She also partners and collaborates with local business to seek assistance and donations. Being an advocate for... Read More →


Thursday June 23, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
LSF 102

11:30am

Blah, Blah, Blah: Ban the Boring Blabber

"The mediocre teacher tells, the good teacher explains, the superior teacher demonstrates, the great teacher inspires." - William Arthur Ward. If you want to take your mediocre blah, blah, blahs and transform them into ways to inspire your students, join us for an interactive, strategy-packed hour. In this session, we will explore the "Sage on the Stage" vs "Guide on the Side" teacher roles. Participants will be challenged to move beyond the traditional and embrace a variety of student-centered instructional practices to best meet the needs of all learners.


Speakers
avatar for Casey Davis

Casey Davis

Lexington 1 School District
Follow me on Instagram and Twitter at @davisclass5
avatar for Jennifer Jolly

Jennifer Jolly

Fort Mill Schools, Winthrop University


Thursday June 23, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
LNB 137

11:30am

Classroom Strategies for Addressing Learner Differences: Differentiation in Action
There are many instructional strategies that support teachers in addressing the diverse learning needs of the students in their classrooms. Many of these strategies are "low prep" strategies that require minimal preparation time and are great tools for teachers beginning to differentiate instruction as well as for teachers more experienced with differentiations and two are always looks for additional approaches to respond to learner variance. In this session, we'll look at a number of low prep strategies and also examine some strategies that require more planning time for teachers, but also promise more expansive results.


Thursday June 23, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
Chapman Auditorium

11:30am

FRED: A Fast Approach to Families Reading Every Day

Attendees will learn how our school helped to build reading engagement with students at home to increase reading level, fluency, and comprehension.


Speakers
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Ellen Hamilton

Family and Community Engagement Coordinator, Clarendon School District Two
avatar for Jamie Stokes

Jamie Stokes

Curriculum Facilitator, PreK-1st, Manning Early Childhood Center


Thursday June 23, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
LNB 145

11:30am

Ignite Learning with Growth Mindset

Participants will learn about the Growth Mindset framework for children in situations of poverty while discussing and modeling strategies that promote a growth mindset culture within their classroom. Participants will engage in literacy based activities that will help students learn that they have the power to "grow" their own brain.


Speakers
avatar for Jill Hougland

Jill Hougland

School Counselor, Manatee Elementary School
I'm so excited to be part of the FMU Center of Excellence Summer Institute. I live in Bradenton, Florida where I currently work at a Title 1 school. I've been the school counselor there for the past 9 years. I have my Bachelors degree in Dance and Psychology from SUNY Brockport in up state New York and I earned my Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Webster University. I've worked in Title 1 schools for 14 years in my current district... Read More →


Thursday June 23, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
LNB 205

11:30am

What Middle Schoolers Like to Read
The session provides the audience with an in-depth look at the books most circulated in a district's middle school libraries, including the differences in book preferences found among schools with various levels of socio-economic status, percentage of minority students, and school size. Strategies for motivating middle-school and high-school students to read for pleasure are discussed.

Speakers
avatar for Kimberly McCuiston

Kimberly McCuiston

Assistant Professor of Education, Francis Marion University
I have 14 years of experience in middle school instruction, specifically in teaching reading and language arts. I hold a Ph.D. in Teacher Education, with a concentration in Literacy Studies. My research interests focus on motivating kids to read, engaging students in active learning, and providing authentic, purposeful professional development for teachers. Currently, I teach undergraduate and graduate-level courses in instructional planning... Read More →


Thursday June 23, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
LNB 214

12:30pm

Lunch
Thursday June 23, 2016 12:30pm - 1:15pm
Univesity Center

1:15pm

Experiencing the Struggle of Poverty Through Game Playing

Session attendees will participate in a poverty simulation game that will give them an insight into the lives of families of poverty. When the game concludes, attendees will be provided with strategies to use in the classroom to plan effective instruction with high expectations for children of poverty.


Speakers
avatar for Naomi King

Naomi King

Art Teacher, Florence County School District 4
avatar for Nancy Noel

Nancy Noel

Music Teacher, Florence School District 4
Nancy has been teaching music in South Carolina for the past ten years; previously she was a band director in Vermont and a chorus teacher in New York. She is a member of the committee that drafted the Media Arts standards for South Carolina, and is a presenter on technology integration and arts integration at state conferences. She is the current K-8 music teacher for Florence County School District 4. Nancy has two grown children of whom she... Read More →
avatar for Jessie Welch

Jessie Welch

Art Teacher, Florence County School District 4


Thursday June 23, 2016 1:15pm - 2:15pm
LSF 108

1:15pm

How to Have an IMPACT on Students!
One definition of Impact is to "have a strong effect on something." This session will lead a discussion on what educators can do to have a positive effect" when teaching students of poverty. Date, research and our own personal successes will be discussed. Having an IMPACT in your classroom/school includes simply taking the initiative to understand what poverty means. Then...how do we challenge ourselves and the others around us to help every child succeed?

Speakers

Thursday June 23, 2016 1:15pm - 2:15pm
LSF 109

1:15pm

Becoming Familiar With The 7 Habits For Happy Kids
This session will allow attendees to become familiar with the 7 Habits of Happy Kids and The Leader in Me process. They will see how it can be implemented in their buildings.

Speakers
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Ashley Taylor

Master Teacher, McColl Elementary Middle School


Thursday June 23, 2016 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Nursing Auditorium

1:15pm

Engaging Children of Poverty
Students of poverty often struggle with engagement, which leads to poor academic performance and behavioral challenges. The reasons these students struggle are varied and include trauma, which affects the brain. Seven reasons students of poverty struggle will be identified along with research-based strategies to engage students and make them available for learning.

Speakers
avatar for Tamara Diebold

Tamara Diebold

Principal, Dorchester School District Two
Dr. Diebold and the Eagle Nest family work to help their diverse school family combat the effects of generational and situational poverty with research based best practices. A growing number of English Language Learners and an increasing percentage of children living in poverty bring new challenges to the classrooms. Join us in our journey to face those challenges as we strive to ensure that all children are college and career ready.
avatar for Caroline Moore

Caroline Moore

Teacher, Dorchester School District Two
Caroline Moore is a teacher at Knightsville Elementary School who is currently working to gain a Master's degree in school counseling at The Citadel. She is the president of her counseling honor society, Chi Sigma Iota. This is her third year teaching and she is committed to providing education and support to educators, families and students.


Thursday June 23, 2016 1:15pm - 2:15pm
LNB 145

1:15pm

Using Book Study to Promote Reading
Reading is a fundamental and vital skill for success in school and life. Children of poverty sometimes struggle to achieve success in reading or see the value in reading. Using a book student can help encourage students to read, be successful in reading, and appreciate the value in reading.

Speakers
avatar for Doris Hawkins

Doris Hawkins

Teacher, Lexington School District I
As an educator, I am passionate about student learning and establishing guidelines for teaching that are appropriate for today's students and teachers. Thirty-four years of teaching has helped me to see transitions in education that are powerful and those that just are not in the best interest of students or teachers. My goal is help in any way that I can. My focus is on children of poverty.


Thursday June 23, 2016 1:15pm - 2:15pm
LNB 205

1:15pm

1:15pm

What is Scaffolded Silent Sustained Reading and How Does it Work in Middle School?
Participants will learn how a school's literacy team worked together to create and support voluntary scaffolded independent reading to take the place of traditional Silent Sustained Reading.

Speakers
avatar for Robin Smith

Robin Smith

Master Reading Teacher, Haut Gap Middle School
Career educator in schools of poverty in rural communities. Currently working to support striving readers in middle school, peer-collaboration and researching summer slide prevention.


Thursday June 23, 2016 1:15pm - 2:15pm
LNB 214

2:30pm

Personal Climate and Culture - Becoming A School Leader
School climate and culture are hot topics in education today. As teachers we play a major role in the climate and culture of our buildings.  This session will focus on developing positive climate and culture as individuals rather than focusing on a school building as a whole.  We will also explore ways we as teachers can step up to the plate and because leaders in their buildings.

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Thursday June 23, 2016 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Chapman Auditorium