Last year, one of my favorite sessions of the conference was Teachers Unplugged. As with most traditional conferences, sessions tend to be a speaker or panel at the front of the room, with rows of attendees sitting passively. Ironically, this is what we are trying to move away from in our classrooms and yet the largest conference of the year for independent school educators seems to be mostly in this format. This is why I was happy to see that there was a session option in an unconference format: Teachers Unplugged. This session exceeded all my expectations while providing me with amazing connections and thought-provoking discussions.
Read my reflections from last year here.
I remember wishing there were more of these types of sessions, and I especially wished there was one specifically for Administrators. So, I reached out to Liz Davis, who ran the Teachers Unplugged session, along with a fellow CT colleague, Justine Fellows, to pitch just that!
We are extremely excited to facilitate some innovative conversations in a participant-driven, relevant, interactive, and engaging session.
Here is the description:
Don’t miss out!
Administrators Unplugged (Thursday at 12noon)
Teachers Unplugged (Friday at 11:30am)