Keystone's Premier Education Conference
June 22-23, 2021 – Grand River Center, Dubuque + Virtual*
Back to Basics
In all the turmoil of the past year, it's easy to get distracted from best practice. This breakout session offers a look at a comprehensive set of variables on which to build an effective behavior management approach. Whatever your model for classroom management, come prepared to assess your current plan, identify the highest leverage strategies within it, and guard against that which makes consistent implementation difficult.
Here for the Ride – Engaging in Traditional Instruction After a Year of Ups and Downs
After a year of uncertainty and shifts in learning environments, teachers and students are being asked to connect and engage with instruction more than ever. Whether students are hesitant about a full return or simply disengaged in our traditional brick and mortar classrooms, this keynote will look at barriers that must be addressed and provide practical strategies to get students into the classroom and motivate them once they're there.
Whether attending in-person, from home, or from a school satellite location with peers* you'll be able to direct your own learning by choosing from a variety of content area breakout sessions and......drumroll please..... you won't have to miss any of them because recordings will be available to attendees after the conference! Using the free Whova app you'll be able to network, have meet-ups, and dialogue with other attendees – no matter their location. If you need recertification credit, we have you covered as well. Attend IN PERSON or VIRTUALLY.
*In an effort to provide a safe event for in-person attendees at the Grand River Center, onsite registration is limited to 350 participants with priority given to educators from the Keystone AEA region. An unlimited number of attendees can attend virtually.