Join your CEA colleagues and other educators from across the state on November 8 to explore innovative classroom strategies and assessments that build on students’ strengths and passions.
It’s time to reshape education and assessment from a singular focus on measuring students’ deficits to building on the assets students have and need to lead joyful, productive lives.
Tuesday, November 8
8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sheraton Hartford South, Rocky Hill
Our featured speaker is education professor Yong Zhao, author of Learning for Uncertainty: Teaching Students How to Thrive in a Rapidly Evolving World. This professional learning event will also include a business panel and practical sessions led by educators.
The event fulfills professional development credit hours and is free for CEA, AFT Connecticut, and TLFA members. For all others, the cost to attend is $80.
CEA, AFT Connecticut, CAPSS, the Teacher Leader Fellowship Academy at Sacred Heart University, and ASCD Connecticut are sponsoring this important event, with support from CAS and CABE.