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Session 5 - 9:00 – 10:00 AM

5A – Fall Down 7 Times, Get Up 8: Teaching Kids to Succeed
Debbie Silver Ed.D.

In the globalized, digital, common core world of the 21st Century, learners will be required to be more self-reliant and more self-motivated than at perhaps any other time. Dr. Debbie Silver explores what teachers and parents must do to ensure that students become the independent, resilient learners they need to be. Based on her book, Fall Down 7 Times, Get Up 8: Teaching Kids to Succeed, Dr. Debbie Silver offers surprising breakthrough research to both inform and challenge audiences. Participants leave with a better understanding of internal motivation along with a myriad of ideas for helping students to become successful lifelong learners. This presentation is particularly helpful for those who work with gifted and/or struggling students.

5B - What is ... student engagement? How appearing on "Jeopardy!" made me a better teacher
Eric Huff – Erskine Charter

Targeted Audience – Seasoned, Beginning & Pre-service Teachers, Administrators

I was an ineffective teacher who struggled to engage my students. That all changed after I appeared on “Jeopardy!”. In this session, I’ll share my experiences and model a strategy to engage your students.

5C - Design Thinking Drives Learning
Janine Campbell – Teacher, Byron Center Public Schools, Michigan

Targeted Audience – Teachers – seasoned, beginning, Pre-service & Teachers of the Arts

Discover, Ideate, Create, and Evaluate how Design Thinking can help move learning forward in your classroom regardless if it is virtual, hybrid, or face-to-face. In this session, examples of this approach as a way to help engage and advance students in taking ownership of their learning and drive towards growth in their work will be shared and explored. Use of student engagement strategies through collaboration, technology tools, lesson plans, and unit themes will be shared.

5D - Selecting Tools for Collaborative Lessons
Tara Maynard – Teacher – Creekside Middle School, Zeeland Public Schools, Michigan

Targeted Audience – Teachers – seasoned, beginning & pre-service, Administrators

Teachers need to see student work, their thinking and be able to give feedback. Come learn about different web-based sites that allow teachers and students to collaborate as well as students to collaborate with each other. We’ll look at how to create activities as well as use templates and previously created materials. These sites will work for all subjects.

5E - The Wellness Effect: Live happier and healthier and create a culture of wellness in your classroom
Stephanie Smith – Teacher, Northbrook Junior High, Simply Bee Health Coach, Illinois

Targeted Audience - All Seasoned, Beginning, Pre-service Teachers & Administrators,

Using research from positive psychology, change theory, neuroscience, and health and wellness, participants will gain tools to assess personal wellness and determine how to grow health and wellness in their own life and their classroom. This interactive session will focus on creating changes that enhance the health and happiness of teachers that will ultimately lead to healthier and happier students.

5F - Pivot & Adapt: How FEV Tutor Supports Learners in All Ecosystems with Live 1:1 Online Tutoring
Paul McDevitt – FEV Tutor Regional Account Executive

Target Audience – Administrators, Teachers, Team Leaders

FEV Tutor has supported students with Live 1:1 Online Tutoring for over ten years. When the COVID-19 Pandemic hit, we expanded our approach to better support students and educators in a Remote Learning environment. We focus on the needs of priority student populations offering Live 24/7 Homework Help meant to be an extension of your school or district. Learn more about the unique wrap-around services we provide and the success we’ve had mitigating learning loss across the United States.

Session 6 – 10:15 – 11:15 AM

6A - The Successful Middle School: This We Believe - Digging into the New Edition
Stephanie Simpson – CEO AMLE, Penny Bishop & Lisa Harrison
Authors, The Successful Middle School: This We Believe

Targeted Audience – All Seasoned, Beginning, Pre-service Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, Team Leaders, Media Specialists/Librarians, Teachers of the Arts 

AMLE has recently released the 5th edition of its foundational position paper, The Successful Middle School: This We Believe. Join the authors and AMLE leadership to explore the new text and how you can leverage it to the benefit of your school community.

6B - Child Safety Best Practices: Navigating Virtual Boundaries in your Hybrid Learning Classroom
Rahel Bayar – The Bayar Group LLC

Targeted Audience – All Seasoned, Beginning, Pre-service Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, Team Leaders, Media Specialists/Librarians, Teachers of the Arts 

Establishing boundary guidelines between faculty/staff and students in a virtual space can be challenging. In an era of increased anxiety, fear, limited space and “zoom fatigue,” how can your school create, implement and train on effective boundaries in a virtual space, discuss the vulnerabilities attached to them and protect your entire school community. This session will walk participants through common virtual boundary guidelines that can be introduced into your school environment in a way that empowers staff to cultivate bonds while keeping everyone safe.

6C - Engaging Virtual Activities for People and the Planet
Kathryn Silvis – La Roche University

Targeted Audience - Seasoned, Beginning & Pre-service Teachers 

Come explore highly engaging virtual education tools and discover online learning strategies to motivate middle level math and science students, with a focus on using real-world data and incorporating environmental education concepts. Participants will gain access to an online curriculum resource library with lesson plans and additional teacher resources upon completion of this session.

6D – Spark & Tell Sessions (3 Topics)

Topic 1 - Incorporating social/emotional learning in a virtual classroom
Aneliese Ledebur – Titusville MS

Targeted Audience – Teachers, Pre-service Teachers

In a virtual environment, a skilled facilitator provides perspective and enables individuals in the group to fully participate. Knowing participation is essential in a middle-level classroom, it is crucial for educators to understand team-building facilitation. Team-building activities can activate schema, address 21st Century learning skills, and encourage students to work in heterogeneous groups. This session will allow attendees to learn and practice essential team-building strategies through a hands-on approach.

Topic 2 - Incorporating SEL in a virtual classroom
Doug Reavis – Silent Strength Kindness

Targeted Audience – Administrators, Counselors, Teachers

We will show how to use a digital School Kindness Wall which gives students, faculty, and parents a platform to submit positive messages, images, quotes, and gifs while giving faculty 100% push-button control over which messages will become visible in their school's Rotating Display of Positive Messages (which can then be viewed in the locations of choice: mass emails, facility monitors, school website, social media).

Topic 3 - Social-Emotional Learning
Dr. Andrea Peck – Assistant Professor of Education,  La Roche University

Targeted Audience – Teachers, Pre-service teachers & Team Leaders

I plan to share about the importance of integrating social-emotional activities and also share a few activities/strategies middle level educators could use in their classroom or with their team.

6E - Keeping Math Students Engaged Virtually Anywhere
Mary Bechtel – Teacher – Loios Hanby Middle School, Williamsburg, VA

Target Audience – Teachers, seasoned, beginning and pre-service

Are you teaching math remotely? Are you tired of the using the same online lessons and practice websites for your students? In this session we will learn how to create engaging practice activities made for online and hybrid learners. You will leave the session with templates for a variety of remote-friendly activities such as drag-and-drop for PowerPoint/Google Slide and self-checking picture reveals for Excel/Google Sheets that can be created from scratch or from materials you already own.

6F – Spark & Tell Sessions (2 Topics)

Topic 1: How to Close the Achievement Gap
Paul McDevitt – FEV Tutor Regional Account Executive

Target Audience – Administrators, Teachers and Team Leaders

Meet Paul McDevitt, Regional Account Executive as he explains how FEV Tutor addresses Learning Loss and collaborates with school and district partners to provide targeted tutoring to support all students and close achievement gaps

Topic 2: Student Loan Solutions
Jim Yale – Vice President, Educator Programs & Industry Relations, The Horace Mann Companies

Targeted Audience – Administrators, Counselors, Media Specialists/Librarians, Pre-service Teachers, Teachers & Team Leaders

  • Student Loan Solutions: How you can attract and retain employees
  • Student Loan Solutions: Unique strategies available to reduce the burden of student loan debt
  • Student Loan Solutions: Unique strategies available to reduce the burden of student loan debt.
More than sixty percent of educators have student loan debt, and that debt weighs heavily on their decision to stay in the profession. U.S. educators are leaving the profession in large numbers — more than a third are considering it in the next three years — due to the financial pressure the job puts on their lives. This session, designed for school business officials, will share research results about the problem, and how employers can implement unique strategies to reduce the burden of student loan debt, improving the ability to recruit, support and retain quality, full-time, certified educators. • Attendees will learn about our enhanced Student Loan Solutions program that includes a suite of online tools and loan coaches that helps educators manage their student loan debt and qualify for federal loan forgiveness

Session 7 – 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

7A - Diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and belonging- what do they mean and how do I introduce them to middle schoolers?
Jen Cort – Jen Cort Consulting

Targeted Audience – All Seasoned, Beginning, Pre-service Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, Team Leaders, Media Specialists/Librarians, Teachers of the Arts 

This session will define and draw the distinctions between diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, belonging and demonstrate the differences between kids and adults for understanding these terms. Participants will leave with new interpretations on familiar words, a view into the experiences of middle schoolers today, and strategies for engaging with middle schoolers.

7B - It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint
Bill Bechtel – Carlisle HS

Targeted Audience – All Seasoned, Beginning, Pre-service Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, Team Leaders, Media Specialists/Librarians, Teachers of the Arts

A marathon begins with the first step when your students arrive in August are they prepared to begin the race socially and academically? Take the first step! These proven strategies will prepare your students to succeed both socially and academically, to finish the marathon. There will be hills and challenges, but throughout the training regimen watch test scores climb, observe the rise in positive behaviors, and feel your own energy level and job satisfaction increase. As your students approach the finish line with the social and academic skills of a champion, you can say it started with this step. Take the first step!

7C - Intentionally Connect in a Digitally Distant World through Personalized Learning
Joel Johnston – Compass Academy Charter School (CACS)

Targeted Audience – Seasoned & Beginning Teachers, Administrators, Counselors & Team Leaders

Connect authentically with learners by assessing learning behaviors and cataloguing their metacognition. Join an interactive session to explore how self-awareness and personalized learning can be used as approaches to meet the challenges you face. Access a resource that aids instructors and student support staff through understanding how they and their students learn and empowering them to connect to that self-awareness to enhance their own access, equity, and inclusion by

 • Understanding students as individual learners,

 • Respecting their various approaches to learning,

 • identifying areas of misperception and contention, and

 • Determining strategies for how to overcome these issues.

7D –  #ICANHELP make Digital4Good
Kim Karr – Teacher, ICANHELP, California

Targeted Audience – All Seasoned, Beginning, Pre-service Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, Team Leaders, Media Specialists/Librarians, Teachers of the Arts 

We live in an ever-changing world, and the internet plays a huge part in that. While modern teens may know how to navigate social media, no one has taught them how to deal with the overwhelming negativity, spamming, and unrealistic portrayals of life that contribute to anxiety, depression, and other mental health struggles. #ICANHELP is an organization that uses educational courses, resources, and outreach to change that. Kim Karr, the co-founder of #ICANHELP, is here to teach you a little about how to combat cyberbullying and harassment in the online space, practice and promote digital wellness, and “reset” your understanding of how students can be motivated to be part of the solution!

7E – Spark & Tell (3 Topics)

Topic 1: Tier 2 behavior interventions
Dominique Singer & Jennifer Purkiss – Harrold MS

Targeted Audience – Administrators, Counselors, Pre-service Teachers, Teachers, Team Leaders

Harrold Middle School will present on how to effectively implement a data drive Check-In, Check-Out Tier 2 behavioral intervention. Participates will hear about how we have adapted to the diverse needs of our students and in the virtual environment. We will touch on how we pair Check-In, Check-Out with our Tier 1 PBIS program. Attendees will gain innovative strategies to engage middle school students and improve the overall school climate through our program.

Topic 2: Math Anxiety
Zach Andrews – Pre-service teacher, Messiah College

Targeted Audience – Administrators, Counselors, Pre-service Teachers, Teachers, Team Leaders

Math Anxiety is prevalent in the lives of students of all ages and proves to be a significant barrier to learning. This presentation covers Math anxiety, both what it is, as well as strategies that teachers, aides, parents, and students themselves can use to combat its effect on student learning.

Topic 3: Engaging students in a virtual platform
Julie Cook, Jeannine Dunn & Brandon Reichart – Teachers – Souderton Charter School Collaborative

Targeted Audience – Teachers – seasoned, beginning & pre-service

Tools of Today's Trade: Participants will learn about a variety of virtual platforms and applications that support a rich, engaging learning environment for all middle school students.

7F - Creating an Award Winning Culture
Hans Appel, Counselor & Jennifer Appel, Teacher – Enterprise Middle School/Award Winning Culture - Washington

Targeted Audience – Teachers – seasoned, beginning, pre-service, Administrators, Counselors & Team Leaders

Hans and Jennifer Appel share their secrets to creating an award winning culture through Character, Excellence, and Community. In a mix of theory and practice, participants will discover the power of positive intentionality and its connection to school culture.

7G - Focusing on Your Retirement
Robert Castellani – Regional Manager, Lincoln Investment

Register for Focusing on Your Retirement: PAMLE Presentation on Feb 28, 2021 11:30 AM EST at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5443117333089152012

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Targeted Audience - All Seasoned, Beginning, Pre-service Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, Team Leaders, Media Specialists/Librarians, Teachers of the Arts

Focusing on Your Retirement- Topics to be Discussed:

  1. Understanding your pension options with the Pennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement System
  2. Pros and cons of each of the pension options
  3. Financial planning strategies that could help you prepare for retirement
  4. How to maximize your pension benefits while providing for your family
  5. Purchase of Service procedures
  6. How to help minimize taxes: before and in retirement
  7. Understanding how Life and Long Term Care Insurance protects your retirement
  8. Potential pitfalls to avoid in retirement

Disclosure needed: Advisory Services and Securities offered through Lincoln Investment, Registered Investment Adviser,

Broker-Dealer, Member FINRA/SIPC. www.lincolninvestment.com

Lincoln Investment nor any of its representatives is affiliated with the Pennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement System (PSERS); and PSERS does not sponsor, authorize or endorse the retirement educational services described in this or other communications of Lincoln Investment. There is no assurance that the techniques and strategies discussed are suitable for all investors or will yield positive outcomes. Tax services are not offered through, nor supervised by, The Lincoln Investment Companies.

Session 8 - 12:30 – 1:30 PM

Lunch break as well as a second set of job alike sessions as well as time to visit exhibitors

8A – Job Alike Sessions in Breakout Rooms

  1. Guidance Counselors

  2. Visual Arts Teachers

  3. World language Teachers

  4. Performing Arts Teachers

  5. Math Teachers

  6. ELA/Language Arts/Reading Teachers

  7. Social Studies Teachers

  8. Science Teachers

  9. School Administrators

  10. School Resource Officers

Session 9 – 1:30 – 2:30 PM

9A – How Social Media and Electronic Gaming Affect Young Adolescents, and How Teachers Can Help
Dave F. Brown, Ed. D. - Educational Researcher and Professor Emeritus at West Chester University
Priya Poehner - Professor at Lock Haven University

Targeted Audience -- All Seasoned, Beginning, Pre-service Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, Team Leaders, Media Specialists/librarians, Teachers of the Arts.

Learn of the effects of social media and electronic gamin g on young adolescents including higher rates of depression, stress, poor sleep, greater anxiety, and lower grades. Attendees will share and discuss how their students act as a result of constant access to social media and electronic gam ing. Presenters will discuss the rationale for and offer advice for developing strategies and programs that teachers can use to help students safely navigate the challenges of contemporary technology.

9B - Promoting Data Literacy and Applying Math to Real-World Issues: A Hands-on Approach
Katherine Remillard – Saint Francis University 

Targeted Audience – Seasoned, Beginning & Pre-service Teachers

Teaching students to make data-based arguments will endow them with critical-thinking skills for navigating our newly data-rich world and solve authentic problems. In this hands-on session, engage in data analysis, mathematical modeling and graphing on environmental trends, changing global demographics, resource use and more. The presented activities build students' understanding and skills in statistics and probability, algebraic patterns and functions, calculating percentages, as well as number operations and problem solving. The activities incorporate real-world data sets and content from other disciplines (science and social studies), making them cross-disciplinary.

9C - Navigating Online Safety with Your School Community
Rahel Bayar – The Bayar Group LLC

Targeted Audience – All Seasoned, Beginning, Pre-service Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, Team Leaders, Media Specialists/Librarians, Teachers of the Arts 

Pre-pandemic, headlines across the country showed all educators that conversations on abuse prevention and safety issues is of utmost importance. Now, students are even more vulnerable in navigating complex and serious issues in the online space, and most of the time, without even realizing it. How does your school community help your students and parents navigate the major safety concerns such as online sexual solicitation, sexting, sextortion and cyber bullying given that your students are now online all the time? This session will give you a roadmap and important suggestions for navigating this serious topic in your hybrid school.

9D – Professional Development from TikTok
Kim Karr – Teacher – ICANHELP, California

Targeted Audience – All Seasoned, Beginning, Pre-service Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, Team Leaders, Media Specialists/Librarians, Teachers of the Arts 

Online has gone super viral so why not learn new teacher tricks from TikTok. Learn how to engage students in this digital world. The best part is the videos are all very short and to the point. Teaching you step by step with some new skills to bring back to your students and staff. It is better than any PD you have ever experienced.

9E – Spark & Tell (2 Topics)

Topic 1: Crafting
Ann Birchard – Independent Stampin’ Up! Representative

Targeted Audience – Administrators, Counselors, Media Specialists/Librarians, Pre-service Teachers, Teachers and Team leaders.

Make a simple Gift Card holder using Stampin' Up! Supplies

Topic 2: Crafting
Ann Birchard – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstator

Targeted Audience – Administrators, Counselors, Media Specialists/Librarians, Pre-service Teachers, Teachers and Team leaders

Make a simple treat box to give as a gift using Stampin' Up! products


9F - Supporting PBIS through Servant Leadership
Jennifer Appel & Hans Appel – Teachers, Enterprise Middle School – Washington

Targeted Audience – Teachers, Seasoned, beginning, Administrators, Team Leaders & Teachers of the Arts

In this session you will be able to learn how to create an environment of Character, Excellence, and Community through servant leadership events. You will be given practical advice for how to intentionally establish, lead and organize these e events based on easy things you are already doing in your school.

Session 10 – 2:45 – 3:45 PM

10A – Building a Middle Level Culture
Judith Brough – Retired university professor and Department Chair in undergraduate & graduate teacher education at Shippensburg University and Gettysburg College.

There are numerous factors that affect student learning besides the kids' perceived "ability," and we can control and take advantage of many of them. During this session, the presenter will pose ideas and ask for your input and questions. Especially during such turbulent times, a student-centered culture is necessary to reassure young adolescents that life and learning can go on, even if "schooling" may look and feel different.

10B - How to choose and implement quality technology in a virtual learning education system
Dr. Rob Furman – Principal, South Park Elementary Center, Blogger, National Speaker & Author

This session explores a method of determining a quality app and suggestions on how to implement them into a virtual class lesson. This session was recently endorsed by the Indonesian Private School System.

10C - CMLA: Teacher Candidates Participating in and Supporting the Community
Carol Watson, Professor Kutztown University
Audrey Schwarz, Alec Marchek, Morgan Bentley, Ryan Naugle – Students, Kutztown University

Targeted Audience – All Seasoned, Beginning, Pre-service Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, Team Leaders, Media Specialists/Librarians, Teachers of the Arts 

Many universities have started CMLA chapters on their campuses. Future middle level teachers are able to participate in learning about and advancing ML education in many ways including tutoring, fundraising, hosting speakers, conference attendance, and hosting middle level students visiting campus. This session will describe some of the ways the Kutztown University organization supports the future of middle level education, and will offer suggestions to middle schools who may want to collaborate with universities.

10D – Put On Your Oxygen Mask First
Todd Brist – Administrator Wavertown MS, South Dalota/AMLE Board of Trustees

Targeted Audience – Teachers, seasoned & beginning, Administrators

It's time that educators start filling their buckets by embracing self-care! Teaching can be physically and emotionally challenging, but that doesn’t mean it has to be stressful. Practicing self-care is not selfish or an indulgence; it is necessary in order to recharge, rejuvenate, and reclaim the joy in education. Let’s talk about how to take care of ourselves and everyone on the staff because you can’t pour from an empty cup!

10E - SEL and Distance Learning: A Focus on Executive Functioning
Dr. Ned Sahin, PhD & Dr. Arshya Vahabzadeh, MD - Brain Power LLC, Boston, Massachusetts

Targeted Audience – Teachers – seasoned, beginning & pre-service, Counselors

Get an insider’s look into Executive Function with Brain Power founder and CEO, Dr. Ned Sahin, and Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Arshya Vahabzadeh, MD. In this session, you will explore the Brain Science of Executive Function as it relates to students' Social-Emotional Learning. We will explore the damaging effects that trauma can have on students’ executive functioning capabilities. Additionally, you will learn about executive functioning deficits in neurodiverse students. By identifying delays in Executive Functioning and using effective interventions to improve it, you can create a stronger foundation for the successful acquisition of SEL skills, thus leading to a stronger sense of self-management, connection, and belonging. This session will help you to develop that foundation.

10F – Spark & Tell (3 Topics)

Topic 1: Effective communications and connections with families and community members
Nicole Armbruster – Teacher, Northley Middle School

Targeted Audience – Administrators, Counselors, Teachers, Team Leaders

This session will focus on preparing students for successful student led conferences both in person and virtually.

Topic 2: Mental health and wellness during Covid 19
Meg Mautz – Holicong Middle School & certified in Reflexology of the face, feet and hands

Targeted Audience – Counselors, Teachers, Pre-service teachers & Team Leaders

Teaching simple to follow Reflexology techniques to improve sleep, reduce anxiety / depression and boosting the immune system using points on the face, hands and feet.

Topic 3: Meditation with Meg Mautz

Session 11 – 4:00 – 5:00 PM

11A -  (Featured Session) The Future of Education in a Post Pandemic America
Dr. Rob Furman – Principal, South Park Elementary Center, Blogger, National Speaker & Author

Have we learned our lesson? Is education ready to embrace the necessary changes we so desperately need? What are the takeaways that we discovered in the world of a pandemic education? This session will discuss suggestions of change in education based on what we learned about ourselves during the pandemic. Come and share your thoughts and let us help to change education. 

11B -  From Logged-on and Checked-out to Active and Engaged
Ashley Boyers, Bill DePew, Nathan Rebovich, Teresa Barker, Shannon Cecchetti, Nicole Kociela, Bernie Pucka & Maria Fajt – Oblock Junior High School

Targeted Audience – Seasoned, Beginning & Pre-service Teachers, Teachers of the Arts

As schools rapidly transitioned to virtual learning during the spring of 2020, educators were faced with many challenges and student engagement was at the forefront. According to a study conducted by the University of Texas at San Antonio, 54% of high school students and 64% of parents of younger students reported a decrease in engagement during virtual learning. Join Oblock teachers as they share practical lessons that have been successfully implemented in the virtual learning environment. These exemplar lessons were designed to promote student engagement, collaboration, critical thinking, problem-solving, and provide a sense of normalcy while keeping students safe. 

11C – This One Goes to 11
Leighann Forbes – Associate Professor, Gannon University

Targeted Audience – Teachers – seasoned, beginning, Pre-service & Teachers of the Arts

Amp up your teaching skills by using the best extensions for Chrome and amazing Add Ons for Google Docs, Forms, and Slides. Learn about tools and strategies for adding interactivity to your instructional materials and improving your screencasting skills. Everything from custom cursors to word cloud generators will be demonstrated. Appropriate for traditional and remote teaching, this session focuses on technologies that can be used easily by both teachers and learners. BYOD and prepare to share best practices and increase your skills. If 10 is perfect, then get ready to move to 11.

11D - Avoiding Remote Work Burnout
J. Mori Johnson – Medical Association Director - American Medical Association, Chicago Illinois

Targeted Audience - All Seasoned, Beginning, Pre-service Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, Team Leaders, Media Specialists/Librarians, Teachers of the Arts

Are you more tired than usual? Does every day feel like the day before it? This session will explain the science behind what is happening to you. Learn how you can feel more energized and create temporal bookends to separate your work from your life and avoid burnout.

11E - Bingo! Successful Middle School: This We Believe
Erin Scholes – Teacher, Mabelle B. Avery MS, Connecticut

Targeted Audience - All Seasoned, Beginning, Pre-service Teachers, Administrators & Team Leaders

Participants will learn the 18 characteristics of the newest AMLE position paper “The Successful Middle School: This We Believe”. Using a bingo game, participants will reflect on their own practices, and discuss with colleagues. Participants will leave with goals, an action plan, and resources to help their school grow. Bingo!

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