The Southland Learning Conference is a FREE opportunity to connect with and learn from local educators.
Southland Learning Conference 2018
August 13, 2018 - 8:30am to 1:00pm
Oak Lawn - Hometown Middle School, 5345 West 99th Street, Oak Lawn, IL 60453
Check out some of the Session Submissions so far....
- 8 Things to Look for in Today's Classroom
- Get to the "Core" with Engaging Activities
- Google Classroom: Work Smarter, Not Harder!
- Google's Applied Digital Skills
- Google's Hidden Gems
- Hacking HyperDocs in the Elementary Classroom
- Increasing Student Engagement
- Integrating Literacy and Math
- Interactive Notebooks for the Math Classroom
- Less Stress, More Time on Task!
- Lighting a Spark - Visual Creativity
- Making Math Count: Using Math Workshop to Differentiate Instruction
- Making the Most of Independent Reading
- Math Talks: Flip Them and Reverse Them!
- Motivating your Student: Mistakes and the Growth Mindset
- Nurturing Future World Changers; Fundamentals to brain development
Take a look at some of these awesome sessions from last year's conference!
- Curiosity in the Classroom
- "Scratch"ing the Surface of Coding
- Culture Matters! Understanding the Needs of English Learners Entering U.S. Schools
- WeVideo: See Kiddies Grow
- MANAGE and CARE using Time to Teach
- Breakout EDU - It's Elementary
- Vocabulary Formative Assessments: Using Technology to Promote Vocabulary Acquisition in the Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking Domains of the Common Core State Standards
- Maker-centric Learning Experiences
- What's the Hype with HyperDocs?
- Equitable Access to the SMPs through Purposeful Number Talk Progressions
- Improving Parent Communication with Class Dojo
- The Innovative Math Class
- 52 Reasons Students Should Play Card Games
- Teaching Literacy to Newcomers
- Made from Scratch!
- Digital Differentiation
- Innovation in the Classroom
- Flip your Science Classroom
- Google Tips and Tricks for Educators
- Social Emotional Learning /MTSS
- Behavior Function: Why Kids Do What They Do
- Subtraction Fluency: Moving from Concrete to Abstract
- Science is a Verb!
- Partnering with Parents