Regional workshops are designed to help members become more effective teachers, by providing practical knowledge in key areas. During these full-day interactive institutes at convenient locations across the country, participants take part in small and large group activities that help them learn about topics affecting the world of education today.
Who should attend?
All educators are welcome, but active KDP members--undergraduate, graduate, and professionals (especially new teachers)--should attend a regional workshop! Locations for workshops are selected based on the convenience and centrality of their location. The workshops are an opportunity for KDP members to meet face-to-face with one another and make professional connections throughout the area. It is not only an occasion for professional development, but also a wonderful chance for students within chapters to meet future colleagues and like-minded peers.
This curriculum is designed to help pre-service and new teachers (in their first 3 years) develop the skills necessary to become strong teacher leaders. Activities include a self-assessment, using social media, develop networking and practical skills, as well as learning how to implement these into the classroom.
April 29, 2017 at 8:30–2:30 PM (EST)
University of Rhode Island (Pharmacy Building)
$25 Members — $25 Non-Members
English Language Learners Workshop
Based on a state certification course, this workshop gives participants the history of ELL policy, stages of language acquisition, and some practical skills to assist in working with ELL students. Activities include self-reflection, “I do, we do, you do” and strategy sorting.
Register for an ELL Workshop
May 6, 2017
Clarksville, TN at 9:00–4:00 PM (CST)
Austin Peay State University (Claxton Building, 3rd Floor, 601)
Earlybird Registration Fees
$30 Members — $40 Non-Members
After March 17th
$35 Members — $45 Non-Members
Culturally Responsive Teaching and Leading Workshop
The event will help preservice and practicing teachers become more effective in working with diverse communities. This one-day conference will focus on multicultural topics including culturally responsive pedagogy, the role of privilege and bias, sexism and gender discrimination, and sexual minorities. Through case studies, practical strategies and interactive tools, attendees will deepen their understanding of multicultural concepts and strategies.
Register for a CRTL Workshop
April 29, 2017 at 9:00–4:00 PM (EST)
$25 Members — $35 Non-Members
Abia State, Nigeria
If you would like to host this event for preservice and practicing teachers in your area, please email email@example.com or call 800-284-3167. Event dates and registration will be updated throughout the year.
Learn more about other regional workshops here.