As we move through today’s educational evolution, how can you best plan the path of changes needed for your students’ success? Start by planning to attend MREA’s 2016 Annual Conference: Making Teaching Matter. Breakout session presenters will share how to improve opportunities for our students to succeed in their classrooms, schools, and lives.
Making Teaching Matter will offer nearly 40 sessions in total and provide ample networking and development opportunities for teachers, administrators, school board members and other education professionals. Learn more and register.
“STUDENT SUCCESS & CURRENT CHALLENGES” SESSIONS
Whether the problem is raising expectations, tackling new technology, addressing emotional and social issues, or developing policies for new cultural norms, these sessions will help you address underlying problems that keep students from learning today:
Gender Non-Conforming and Transgender Students: Law and Practice of Inclusion (Laura Booth, Eric Williams)
Inclusion of Non-Traditional Populations In Post-Secondary Attainment (Malik Bush)
Changing the Achievement Culture in Your School (Betsy Arnold-Bahn, Sarah Durch, Barb Muckenhirn, Jim Sheehan)
Journey to Celebration/Reward School Status (Minneota School District Panel: Heather Anderson, Dan Deitte, Jeremy Frie, Jennifer Mahan-Deitte, Sarah Stassen, Dawn VanKeulen)
Learning to Improve: The Power of Data! (Kim Gibbons)
PBS LearningMedia (Jesse Beutow)
Personalized Learning: The Flipped Model (Evan Gough, Gary Holmseth)
Apple Classroom and Swift Playground (Apple Educators)
Youth Mental Health First Aid (Paige Thompson)
Voluntary Pre-K Forum for Funded Districts (Bobbie Burnham, Lisa Barnidge, Debbie Hewitt)
View all the Breakout Sessions
TEACHERS TO DELIVER CONFERENCE KEYNOTES
Sarah Brown Wessling, named 2010 National Teacher of the Year, will deliver the opening keynote address at the conference. A National Board Certified Teacher, she is now a 17-year veteran of the high school English classroom. Learn more about Wessling.
Kayla Delzer, recently named the North Dakota Lead Digital Innovator by PBS LearningMedia, will be the closing speaker. She is a 2nd-grade teacher and a columnist for EdSurge.com. Learn more about Delzer.
REGISTER YOUR TEAM TODAY
Join us to explore with Wessling, Delzer, and other education professionals how we make teaching matter in today’s educational environment.
A team of 3 people from the same school district or educational organization can attend the entire conference for only $645. Additional group participants are only $175 each. Register yourself or a team today.
Special thanks to these MREA Associate Members for their additional membership support:
Foster, Jacobs & Johnson, Inc.
National Joint Powers Alliance
Robert W. Baird & Company
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