What Great Educators Do Differently? The Best Edu Conference: Register Today!

I am a person strongly committed to improving my professional skills. That is the reason why I constantly search for useful workshops and trainings. Every year I take pleasure in participating in a number of interesting workshops and conferences. Besides these public events, I also enjoy receiving private coaching from top educators. My experience has shown that along with the huge amount of skills I gain during educational events, they also give me much confidence as a teacher.

I must admit I would not be the educator I am now without the many mentors who have shared their practice with me throughout these years.

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Learning from experts

As an educator, I constantly keep in touch with other teachers. Watching diligent teachers in action always helps me gain new effective teaching methods and skills, regardless of how many years of teaching experience they have. Every teacher always has some invaluable knowledge and your homework is to grasp as much as possible.    

This is natural since teaching is not a dogmatic science to study once and get satisfied with your knowledge throughout your life. Everything changes. We change, students change too. To keep up with the latest teaching methods, we need to be engaged in networking with teachers outside our school walls too. This is the reason why I constantly attend conferences and workshops around the country. I can’t describe how many incredible teaching practices I discover during each travel. My co-teachers also benefit from my travels since I always share my new experience with them.

I am determined not to miss any tremendous conference or workshop during this year as well. No wonder, I was so excited when three of my good friends and professional educators shared the big news with me. They are hosting a new conference in June. Last year I had the pleasure to attend another conference hosted by them, and I find it difficult to describe the whole bunch of knowledge and inspiration I received there. The inspiration I got during that conference carried me throughout this year. The idea to go even further and gain new experience from them makes me pretty excited. How can you resist attending a terrific seminar held by educational leaders who have inspired thousands of educators all over the world? I guess it is impossible especially when it will feature such interesting topics as educational technology, digital literacy, effective grading and assessment practices, libraries of the future and much more. Exciting!

Besides talented hosts, you will have the pleasure to hear interesting topics by presenters and keynote speakers who are all nationally recognized for their practice in education. The big news is that I am invited to make a speech during this amazing educational event. Being among these keynote speakers makes me really excited and obliges me to make my speech as engaging as possible.

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Why Attend This Conference?

There are a few reasons not to miss this conference. First, the topics are quite interesting. It is not just about catchy titles. They will be delivered by passionate educators and recognized presenters. You’ll be impressed by the conference agenda.

Besides, the overall topic of the seminar is very useful. Who wants to be a great educator? We all do. We just need to see how the top educational thinkers made differences in their schools and classrooms.

Networking opportunities are another reason to attend this conference. As I’ve already mentioned, networking is the best way to improve our teaching skills.

Here you can get more information on the conference and of course register till you can!

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Who are the hosts?
Your conference hosts are three of the nation’s top educational mentors Todd Whitaker, Jeffrey Zoul and Jimmy Casas . To ensure you fully realize their professionalism, I suggest that you read their book covering wide topics on improving your expertize through practical strategies when connected.

Dr. Todd Whitaker has been fortunate to be able to blend his passion with his career. Recognized as a leading presenter in the field of education, his message about the importance of teaching has resonated with hundreds of thousands of educators around the world. Todd is a professor of educational leadership at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana, and he has spent his life pursuing his love of education by researching and studying effective teachers and principals.

Prior to moving into higher education he was a math teacher and basketball coach in Missouri. Todd then served as a principal at the middle school, junior high, and high school levels. He was also a middle school coordinator in charge of staffing, curriculum, and technology for the opening of new middle schools.

Prior to moving into higher education he was a math teacher and basketball coach in Missouri. Todd then served as a principal at the middle school, junior high, and high school levels. He was also a middle school coordinator in charge of staffing, curriculum, and technology for the opening of new middle schools.

One of the nation’s leading authorities on staff motivation, teacher leadership, and principal effectiveness, Todd has written over 30 books including the national best seller, What Great Teachers Do Differently. Other titles include: Shifting The Monkey, Dealing With Difficult Teachers, 10 Minute Inservice, The Ball, What Great Principals Do Differently, Motivating & Inspiring Teachers, and Dealing With Difficult Parents.

Todd is married to Beth, also a former teacher and principal, who is a professor of Elementary Education at Indiana State University. They are the parents of three children; Katherine, Madeline, and Harrison.

Dr. Jeffrey Zoul is a lifelong teacher, learner, and leader, currently serving as Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning with Deerfield Public Schools District 109 in Deerfield, Illinois. Prior to working in this capacity, Jeff served as a district administrator in Rock Island, Illinois, and a school improvement specialist with Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), the nation’s largest and oldest non-profit school improvement network. Jeff also served as a principal with Forsyth County Schools in Cumming, Georgia, and with North Shore School District 112 in Highland Park, Illinois.

Before serving as an administrator, Dr. Zoul was a classroom teacher for 18 years in the State of Georgia, teaching elementary school, middle school, and high school English.

Dr. Zoul is also the author of several books, including Improving Your School One Week at a Time: Building the Foundation for Professional Teaching and Learning and The 4 CORE Factors for School Success, co-authored with Dr. Todd Whitaker. Jeff has also served as an adjunct professor at North Georgia College and State University, teaching graduate level courses in research and assessment. In 2014, he was awarded the Bammy Educators Voice Award as the School Business Officials of the Year.

Dr. Zoul earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in education from The University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a Master of Science degree in education from Troy University. In addition, Zoul earned an Education Specialist’s degree from The University of Southern Mississippi and a doctoral degree from The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Jimmy Casas is in his 22nd year of administrative leadership. He received his BA in Spanish and Master’s in Teaching from the University of Iowa and his Master’s in Administrative Leadership from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee. Jimmy is currently working on his ED.S and serves as an adjunct professor for Drake University, teaching a graduate course on Educational Leadership.

Jimmy has served as principal at Bettendorf High School in Bettendorf, Iowa for the last 14 years. His passion for teaching and learning coupled with a vision for developing a community of leaders has procured a culture of excellence and high standards for learning amid a positive school culture for students and staff. Jimmy’s core purpose lies in serving others. He continues to give back to his profession by speaking and presenting at the local, state and national levels and school districts around the country. He was named the 2012 Iowa Secondary Principal of the Year and was selected as one of three finalists for NASSP 2013 National Secondary Principal of the Year.

In 2014, Jimmy was invited to the White House to speak on the Future Ready Schools pledge. In 2015, he was named the Bammy National Principal of the Year. Jimmy is the Co-Founder of EdCampIowa and also the Co-Founder of #IAedchat, a popular on-line chat that takes place every Sunday evening at 8:00 p.m. CST. Finally, Jimmy is the co-author of a book with Todd Whitaker and Jeff Zoul entitled, “What Connected Educators Do Differently.”

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Erin Klein is an award winning educator, national keynote speaker, author, and mother.

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