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Conference Sessions & Keynotes
Session | American Evaluation Association Conference
November 11–16 | Minneapolis, Minnesota
Join McREL researchers Dr. Lisa Jones and Dr. Sheila Arens at the AEA annual conference this fall, where they will present a paper that addresses balancing issues related to conducting credible evaluations, advocating for social justice, and generating funding to continue valuable evaluation and research work that contributes to society.
Pre-Conference Workshop & Conference Session | ASCD Empower20 Annual Conference
March 13–16 | Los Angeles, California
Attend ASCD’s conference for learning, teaching, and leading, and visit with McREL at these opportunities:
Student Learning That Works: A Brain-Based Model for Deeper Learning
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Presented by Bryan Goodwin.
More info and registration (separate from regular conference registration).
Peer Coaching That Works: Tools for Success
Saturday, 8:45 a.m.
Presented by Dr. Kristin Rouleau.
Visit McREL in Booth #820
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Social Media Events
Twitter Slow Chats
Looking to grow your professional learning network? Join us for our weeklong Twitter slow chats, where participants share best practices, strategies, and common (or uncommon) struggles and successes. Our WEEKLY chats begin Monday at 9:00 a.m. and continue through Sunday at 9:00 p.m.
Follow us on Twitter and use the hashtag #McRELchat to share your thoughts and ideas with other educators.
October 14–20 | What are the most important skills students need to succeed?
October 21–27 | Does your school provide balanced meal options for students?
October 28–November 3 | What was your favorite subject when you were a student and why?
November 4–10 | Does learning continue on snow days in your school or district? How?
November 11–17 | How do you honor veterans in your classrooms and schools?