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The Science of Teaching and School Leadership Academy

July 23-July 27, 2017

Join us for the Science of Teaching and School Leadership Academy: a five-day professional development adventure on Mind, Brain, and Education Science research for teachers and school leaders. The Academy was co-designed by the CTTL and faculty from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education who lead Research Schools International and the Johns Hopkins University Science of Learning Institute. Participants will design and incubate a research study to take back to their schools. For more information, visit our website: http://www.thecttl.org/academy or email us at cttl@saes.org.

   

SSS Summer Series

July 24-29, 2017

The SSS Summer Series offers three separate events geared to financial aid professionals at different experience levels. Held at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland, the SSS Summer Series includes:

Level 1: Institute for New Financial Aid Professionals 

Webinars: July 11, 12, 13; In-Person: July 24-25, 2017

Level 2: Advanced Topics Workshop: Demystifying Self-Employment

In-Person: July 26-27, 2017

Level 3: School Leaders Forum

In-Person: July 27-29, 2017

For more information and to register, visit https://sssbynais.org/schools/summer-series.

 

SSS Financial Aid Conference

September 11-13, 2017 – New Orleans, LA

style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt;">The SSS Financial Aid Conference brings together hundreds of financial aid professionals from around the country to connect, share and learn how to make better award decisions. Attendees will leave with the tools, strategies and networking they need to tackle even the most difficult financial aid strategies. Looking to share what you know? Help us build an impactful 2017 conference by submitting a session or workshop proposal today.The deadline for submission is April 5th. To learn more and to submit a proposal, visit: http://sssconference.org/call-for-proposals

 

National Kids Yoga Conference

October 13-15, 2017

Did you know that children who practice yoga and mindfulness perform better academically?Yoga and mindfulness can spark children’s imagination and creativity, while keeping them interested and focused on the work that’s in front of them. Learn more about this work at the 4th National Kids Yoga Conference in Old Town Alexandria. #NKYC2017 is the leading professional environment for adults to learn the art of successfully bringing yoga, mindfulness, and social emotional learning to the youth in your community. Learn new skills and become an expert in Breakout Sessions. Connect to inspirational leaders during Networking events. Get certified with the New Teacher training track. Walk away with curriculum that you can start using immediately. REducator10 to save 10% on your registration.

 

November 6, 2017

Homestay: Supporting International Students

Sponsored by the Center for Spiritual and Ethical Education (CSEE) at Gilman School (8:30am to 4:00pm), this workshop will explore how schools can better serve international students, especially homestay international students.The presenters will share how a school can better understand international students, and provide tools so that the school can help students better understand and embrace the school's mission. For more information, visit the CSEE website.

 

November 15-16, 2017

When Death Impacts Your School: Fostering Community and Compassion

 Sponsored by the Center for Spiritual and Ethical Education (CSEE) at St. Paul's School for Girls, this workshop is designed to help school personnel think through their policies and procedures when a death impacts their school community. It will incorporate video examples, draw on case histories, and participants will leave with a sample document to help develop or refine your school’s plans. For more information, visit the CSEE website.

 

Parent Session: Wednesday, November 15, 2017 -- 5:00pm to 6:00pm

Faculty Session: Thursday, November 16, 2017 -- 9:00am to 3:00pm

 

Seeing and Reading East Asia: Approaches for the K-12 Classroom

September 16-December 9, 2017

Attend a no-cost, eight-session symposium taught at UMBC that will provide participants with strategies for fitting Asian topics into an already tight curriculum (Saturdays 9:00 am to 1:00 pm). Regarding methodology, our presenters will highlight the use of primary documents and visual materials, resources that can be used to inform an entire lesson or be used strategically to deepen and/or broaden the significance of an existing history, world cultures, or art unit. As an added incentive, educators who complete the requirements of the course will receive a $200 stipend as well as $200 worth of educational resources for their classroom. For more info, see the event flyer or contact Julie Rosenthal.  

 

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