The agenda is jam-packed with high-quality sessions led by educators, influencers, and innovators. Among the myriad reasons to attend, here's our top three:
It's FREE for educators. That's right. Two days of hands-on professional learning, networking with hundreds of your peers, and exploring the most impactful edtech tools in the spirit of exploration and collaboration. Free. (For a small fee, administrators can earn IAA credit, too!) Register here.
Aubrey Monks is leading a session. Among all the fantastic presenters, Aubrey Monks, assistant principal at Alfred Nobel Elementary School, will be leading a session on her school's use of TeachBoost for delivering meaningful formative feedback to all teachers. We admit to a bit of bias here, but Aubrey is a compelling speaker and a forward-thinking educator, and we think you should meet her.
So many solutions, so little time. New and changing standards require eduators to have more training and better tools to move the needle on student achievement. The Summit has always showcased innovative models and solutions for meeting evolving educational demands. Spend a day or two at the Collaborative and test out the best of the best!
Be sure to follow along andcontribute to the discussion on Twitter using #ChiPLS15.
TeachBoost will have a table at the event—please visit us and say hi!