KPEC - Keystone's Premier Education Conference
Registration is open! ONLY $99
Keystone's Premier Education Conference
June 22-23, 2021 – Virtual Option + Grand River Center, Dubuque*
It's been a _________ of a school year! Some might say it was a "rollercoaster" of a school year – we'll let you fill in the blank. KPEC 2021 will be an opportunity to catch your breath and reflect, but also a time to engage in learning and plan for next year. We think you'll find our keynote line-up of nationally-recognized speakers to be a breath of fresh air.
A rich summer conference experience will be availed to all KPEC 2021 attendees 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.
I work at a school within Keystone AEA.
My school is outside of the Keystone AEA region.
One hour of recertification credit is available. Two registrations are required to attend the conference for credit: 1) conference registration (virtual or in-person) and 2) registration for credit. Credit details
BONUS! Free VIRTUAL pass for a paraeducator with each registration!
We know how important paraeducators are to your team. For each registration purchased by an educator or administrator, you'll receive a free virtual pass for a paraeducator at your school! After you've successfully registered, you can email email@example.com to sign up a paraeducator for free. You might consider planning a share-out session with your paraeducators during and/or after KPEC to explore implementation of strategies and tools discovered at the conference.
To participate in the conference you'll need to create an account (or log into an existing account) in the Whova app. The conference schedule, handouts, recordings of presentations, networking activities and alerts will all be sent via the app.
After registering, you'll receive an email with directions to access the Whova app to explore the conference. The web version of the app will be extra handy this year for virtual attendees. You'll also want to have the ability to join a meeting through Zoom enabled on your device.
Josh will share practical, evidence-based strategies on how to be the "one caring adult" to students and kids in your lives. His story is both heart-breaking and heart-warming. He may even work in a few of his famous "dad jokes."
Tricia McKale Skyles was asked to return to KPEC for an encore presentation. She's back to share more on best teaching practices for instruction and behavior management. Keynote: Here for the Ride: Engaging in Traditional Instruction After a Year of Ups and Downs.
Brian Kight, founder of Daily Discipline, is a leader on the topics of leadership, culture, and discipline. He is an advisor to the Fortune 500, high growth businesses, pro and college sports teams. He'll talk about E+R=O (Event + Response = Outcome) for educators.
Greg Wolcott is the author of Significant 72: Unleashing the Power of Relationships in Today's Schools. Greg is passionate about developing opportunities for all students to succeed, as well as finding ways for all teachers and staff members to utilize their strengths.
at the Grand River Center
Best Western Plus
3100 Dodge Street
3400 Dodge Street
3434 Dodge Street
450 Main Street
200 Main Street
Mention the Keystone AEA or KPEC block when making reservations. The cut-off dates for most blocks is May 21, 2021.
2019 Conference Archive
2020 Conference was postponed due to COVID-19
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll do our best to help.
*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. In-person seats will be filled on a first-come / first-served status by Keystone area educators. An unlimited number of attendees can attend virtually. Also, see our "free para pass" promo.