Every day, teachers across the country face the ever-changing landscape of education. From news websites to blogs and from Facebook to Twitter, the resources available for learning have never been more diverse, and the pressure for students’ attention has never been so challenging.
With new innovation adding new challenges and new solutions, the best way for teachers to adapt is to learn from each other.
To help bridge the gap between traditional teaching strategies and learning with new technologies, the Notre Dame Alumni Association invites K-12 educators for a weekend of personal reflection and professional renewal at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana.
This is a wonderful opportunity to gain new skills to maximize student learning. The award-winning conference is open to all teachers and administrators from public, Catholic, and private schools nationwide, not just Notre Dame alumni. It provides the right combination of practical application and inspiration.
The registration fee includes all conference workshops and materials, the Friday reception, continental breakfast both mornings, and Saturday lunch. Accommodations are not included in the registration fee, but more information is available on the logistics page.
For more information, please contact the Notre Dame Alumni Association’s Academic Programs team by phone at (574) 631-8693 or by email at email@example.com.
In this conference, education expert Ann Anzalone will discuss how to reach today’s learners, from the importance of movement to making sure they know how to find an answer when Google is not available.
Anzalone will explain how the brain learns and how you can empower your students to achieve in the digital age. Session topics will include: learner engagement, attention, memory, and study skills, and developing higher order thinking skills.