YOU'RE INVITED! The 8th Annual Teacher to Teacher Conference
March 12, 2019
UNC Charlotte Center City
9 am - 4 pm
Early Bird Registration will open on January 2, 2019
The Cato College of Education, in collaboration with the Urban Educators for Change, is pleased to present the annual Teacher-to-Teacher Conference. The purpose of this conference is to provide affordable yet meaningful professional development opportunities to North Carolina educators. This mini-conference is designed by teachers for teachers. P-12 teachers are invited to participate as well as present at the conference. Follow @T2TUNCC
Participants are eligible to receive Standard 0.8 Continuing Education Units or 8 hours of contact towards professional certification.
Presentation strands may include:
- Maintaining high levels of engagement for all students;
- Differentiating for a variety of populations;
- How to be an effective Teacher-Leader;
- Becoming a clinical educator (cooperating teacher) for UNC Charlotte;
- Culturally responsive classrooms; and,
- Effective digital learning and/or assessment strategies.
- And many more!
Early Bird Registration will open on January 2, 2019 and end on February 15, 2019.
Event Registration will end on March 5, 2019.
REGISTRATION includes conference attendance, catered lunch and parking.
Registration Options and Price List:
- $35.00 –Participant/Presenter ($25.00 Early Bird)
- $25.00 –Clinical Educator ($0 with promo code)
- $15.00 –UNC Charlotte Doctoral Student
NOTE: Clinical Educators* must be working with a full-time UNC Charlotte student teacher (all day, every day) during Fall 2018 or Spring 2019 semester to participate free of charge. You must receive a promo code to apply this discount. All registrations are subject to verification. Clinical Educators must register individually to use promo code.
All conference presenters must also register for the conference.
*Full-time student teachers MAY fill in for their cooperating teachers to allow cooperating teachers to attend the T2T conference IF the university supervisor, coooperating teacher, and principal are all in agreement. Please note that whether a student teacher can be PAID as a substitute is a decision for individual school districts.
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