PAMLE Virtual State Conference 2021Saturday, February 27 – Sunday, February 28
Check out the schedule for the PAMLE State Conference beginning Saturday afternoon with our new Exhibitor exhibition, job alike sessions and a summit for all current college students. The evening will conclude with the keynote from the fabulous Debbie Silver followed by PAMLE social using breakout rooms. Sunday will be a full set of sessions for you to choose as well as vendor opportunities and additional job alike sessions. We will be designing a vendor game and giving away prizes for attendees visiting our virtual vendor booths.
Visit our Corporate Partners page to learn about the many supporters of our 2021 State Conference!
You can get all this plus additional pre-recorded speed session for one low price.
Registration is now open for the next PAMLE Webinar, "The Empowering Potential of Restorative Practice" on February 10, 2021 with guest presenters, Jen Williams and Jen Moyer. Jen and Jen are both licensed trainers for the International Institute for Restorative Practices. Join us for this webinar!
Need Act 48 credit for the January 13th webinar? Complete the evaluation here for Act48 credit. The evaluation to receive Act 48 credit will only be available until January 27. The presentation can be found here. You can view the recording on the PAMLE YouTube channel. Visit our Webinars page for recordings and resources from past webinars.
One great piece of news from last year was the announcement that the Pittsburgh Business Times bestowed its coveted “2020 Best Places to Work” honor on Bentworth School District. Read the full story from this month's "The Voice" magazine from PSEA.Horace Mann’s free Virtual Speaker Series concludes with their final speaker: the first woman pilot on the Thunderbirds Air Demonstration Squadron, a White House Fellow and an inductee into both the National Women’s Hall of Fame and the Women in Aviation International Pioneer Hall of Fame. We’re honored to have Col. Nicole Malachowski, USAF (Ret.), share her heroic story that will inspire you to rethink your challenges and become resurgent. You won’t want to miss this! Save your spot!
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Legislative - Carol Watson
Find out more About CMLA
The Collegiate Middle Level Association (CMLA) is a professional education organization for college students preparing to become middle level teachers. Some colleges and universities have a chapter you can join, or you can start one at your institution, or you can become a member of the chapter at-large if your program is very small. CMLA’s are unique to each chapter, but all members have the commonalities of being dedicated to the developmentally appropriate education of young adolescents (ages 10-15) and passionate about developing their own ability to be effective middle level teachers. Check the AMLE website to learn about activities and opportunities available through CMLA.
For even deeper involvement in the field of Middle Level Education in Pennsylvania, check out this opportunity to become the CMLA representative to the PAMLE State Board.
PAMLE is a proud affiliate of the Association for Middle Level Education
AMLE LEGACY VIDEOS
The Middle Level Legacy video series documents the history of a major educational reform in American Education: the Middle School Movement. Check out these videos from AMLE.
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