Spring 2020 Conference Schedule & Descriptions

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The Teacher-to-Teacher 2020 Schedule is now available!  *subject to change*

Arrival and Registration (7:00 to 8:00 a.m.):  1st Floor Lobby
Coffee Available in 2nd Floor Atrium

Opening Ceremony (8:00 to 8:55 a.m.): Auditorium, Room 201
Dr. Victor Mack, Director of Educational Outreach, Office of School & Community Partnerships
Dr. Teresa Petty, Interim Dean, Cato College of Education
Introduction: Dr. Tisha Green, Assistant Dean, Office of School & Community Partnerships
Keynote Presentation: Drs. Tom Hanchett & Pam Grundy, Charlotte Historians,
Education in Charlotte:  Some History

Session I, 9:00 to 9:45

Room Presentation Title Presenter Last Name(s)

201

 

 
204

 

 
901

Improved Connections through Behavioral Analysis and DISC
(6-12)

Martin, Conrad
902

I’m A Mama Elephant
(K-12)

Martin, Cynthia
906

March(ing) through the Madness for Elementary School Teacher Leaders
(K-5)

Shupe
Golz
1102

Deeper than Differentiation:  The Impact of Culture in the Classroom
(K-12)

Griffith
1104

Engaging & Effective Tech Tools
(6-12)

Sykes
Lebowitz
Mason

 

Session II, 9:50 to 10:35

Room Presentation Title Presenter Last Name(s)

201

What’s Your Salty Apple
(6-12)

Muhammad
204

Aftermath:  Decreasing the Underrepresentation of Black Males in Math Courses
(6-8)

Barone
O'Neal
901

Enjoying Classroom Management
(K-12)

Davis
902

How Students Can Succeed in Online Discussions by Really Trying
(9-12)

Hill
906

March(ing) through the School Madness with Secondary School Teacher Leaders
(6-12)

Johnson
Pounds
Moore
1102

Supporting English Learners through
Co-Teaching Core Content
(6-12)

Okraski
1104

Did They Get It?  Informal Assessment Strategies for K-5 Teachers

McRhoads
Crews
Ramadan

 

Session III, 10:40 to 11:25

Room Presentation Title Presenter Last Name(s)

201

Addressing the Academic, Behavior, and Social-Emotional Needs of All
(K-12)

Jacobs
Stancil
Robinson
204

Morning Meeting
(K-5)

Brooks
901

Teaching to Empower:  Showing Students Their Culture is Relevant and Matters
(6-12)

Nolt
Gray
902

Engagement Through Differentiation
(K-5)

McCaskill
O'Connor
906

Anyone Can Be a Leader
(K-5)

Caligiure
Hagen
1102

Exploring Wild Technology & Strategies:  It’s a Jungle Out There
(K-12)

Reynolds
1104

Do You Want To Know What Your Students Know?

Kirschner
Simpson
Gibbs-Roseboro

 

Session IV, 11:30 to 12:15

Room Presentation Title Presenter Last Name(s)

201

From Margin to Center:  Expanding Instruction Through Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy
(K-12)

Teasdell
Wiggan
204

Productive PLCs:  An Introduction
(K-5)

Cole
Konzelmann
901

 

 
902

 

 
906

Active & Engaging Reading Strategies for Middle & Secondary Students
(6-12)

Myers
1102

Using Music to Teach Students with Autism
 (K-5)

Brawley
1104

Effective Digital Learning

Beavers
Romer
Stackhouse

 

Lunch (12:20 to 1:05 p.m.):  Atrium (2nd Floor)
Please have your name badge on to pick up your lunch.
You are welcome to enjoy your lunch in the 2nd floor atrium or
feel free to find a comfortable spot in the building.
Enjoy time chatting with colleagues.

Keynote Presentation (1:05 to 1:50 p.m.):  Auditorium, Room 201
Introduction: Dr. Tisha Green, Assistant Dean, Office of School & Community Partnerships
Keynote Presentation: Ms. Emily Miles, Principal of the Year, Sterling Elementary School 

Session V, 1:55 to 2:40

Room Presentation Title Presenter Last Name(s)

201

 

 
204

Teachers as Reachers
(6-12)

Black
Dawkins
901

Supporting Student Teachers and Clinical Educators at Your School
(K-12)

Dobbin
Diegmann
902

Bring Life Back to Your Classroom (Classroom Management and Culturally Responsiveness) (K-12)

Wray
906

Building Anti-Racism Curriculum
(K-12)

Glass
1102

Closing the Gender Gap in Math
(6-8)

Wilson-McCain
1104

The Butterfly Effect:  From Teacher to Educator
 (K-12)

Kornegay

 

Session VI, 2:45 to 3:30

Room Presentation Title Presenter Last Name(s)

201

Maintaining High Levels of Engagement For All Students

Jones-Fosu
204

School Engagement Through Personalization
(6-12)

Shore
Kudlats

901

Presidential Leadership:  How Former Presidents Can Influence Your Leadership Skills
(K-12)

Maxwell
902

Room Transformations 101
(K-12)

Alexander
Hutchens

906

 

Understanding the Learner:  Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
(K-12)

 

Avery
Sanczyk
1102

The Art of Effective Mentoring for Teacher-Leaders

(K-5)

Trask
Livingston
1104

What College Never Taught You About Classroom Management
(K-12)

Meyer