Creating Balance In An Unjust World
Register before December 5th and be able to reserve your slot for a school visit, choose workshops and/or take part in the complex instruction strand. More information on school visits and the complex instruction strand are provided below.
The 2012 Conference will have two school visit sites: Mission High School and Thurgood Marshall High School. Participants will observe math classrooms and have an opportunity to debrief with teachers after sitting in on their classes. Visit the school visit page for more information. Space is limited
School Visit Page
Complex Instruction Strand
Complex Instruction evolved from over 20 years of research at the Stanford School of Education. The goal of this instruction is to provide academic access and success for all students in heterogeneous classrooms. Conference participants who choose to participate in this strand will commit to observing teachers during school visits on Friday, January 13th, attend two complex instruction-specific workshops on Saturday, January 14th and attend planning sessions on Sunday, January 15th. Space is limited
Conference and Workshop Schedule Posted
The details of the conference schedule have been posted. The workshops page has been updated to reflect the presentation times of each session.
Conference Schedule | Workshop Schedule
Advertise in program or Table at the conference
We invite you to come and connect with educators who will use your materials and ideas in their classrooms, build relationships with hundreds of people representing like-minded businesses and organizations, and recruit potential members to support your work. Please let us know if you would like to table at the conference and/or place an advertisement in the program booklet.
Timeline for submissions
Artwork for advertisement must be received by December 1st, 2011
Payment for advertisement received by December 15th, 2011
Exhibitor application to table by December 31st, 2011
Advertising and Tabling Page
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Stay tuned for more update on speakers, panelists, workshops and school visits! Thank you for making this conference possible through your work and participation.
-The CBUW Planning Team