Ensuring Learning For All Students: Sharing Successful Practices for Students Who Struggle
ENSURING LEARNING FOR ALL STUDENTS: SHARING SUCCESSFUL PRACTICES FOR STUDENTS WHO STRUGGLE
May 22, 2013
8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Pace University Graduate Center, One Martine Avenue, White Plains
We invite you to listen and learn from peers and colleagues, as well as a national expert on effective inclusive classroom and school practices. Pace University School of Education is pleased to collaborate with Putnam Northern Westchester BOCES Curriculum Center, Rockland BOCES, Southern Westchester BOCES and the Lower Hudson RSE-TASC in presenting this exceptional one-day conference for teachers, administrators and educational professionals.
Meaningful Engagement: Every Student, Every Lesson, Every Day
Target Audience: K-16 Inservice and Preservice Educators, Parents
Cost: $75, includes morning refreshments & lunch
Register: Register online through Putnam Northern Westchester BOCES or through the PNW BOCES and Hudson River Teacher Center Activity Catalog.
For registration support, contact: Jennifer DelVecchio at firstname.lastname@example.org
For conference information, contact: Fran Wills, PhD, Coordinator of Professional Development, Pace University School of Education at email@example.com
Many thanks to Scholastic,Inc for supporting the keynote presentation. Scholastic is a leader in the special education marketplace and a trusted name in learning, providing research-based technology programs to support K-12 students.
For a PDF of the conference flier, please click here.