Register for Good Teaching Conference Virtual Series Nov. 5 - 6
The conference by teachers, for teachers is back! The Good Teaching Conference will be held virtually Nov. 5 – 6.
Look for networking and wellness activities, three keynote speakers and more than a dozen breakout sessions. Sessions will be led by education professionals, like you, who will provide best practices and tools to use in your classroom. Review the agenda, breakout session agenda and session descriptions.
The three keynote speakers each bring a fresh perspective and understanding to the education profession. Here’s more about what you can expect from our keynote speakers.
- National Education Association Aspiring Educators Chair Cameo Kendrick will share her experiences as an aspiring educator and what the future generation of teachers can bring to the profession.
- Butler University Assistant Professor Dr. Lori Desautels, an expert in applying neuroscience to regulate student behavior, will dive into addressing behaviors through our nervous system.
- Jacqueline Battlora, Ph.D., J.D., an author, attorney, professor of sociology and former police officer, will explore when, where, how and why the human category of “white” was first asserted in law and the intersectionality of class and gender to the invention of “race.” She’ll discuss how the construct of race has shaped every institution, workplace and community in our nation.
This conference is for ISTA members only.