It may be midwinter, but we’re not hibernating here at The Walking Classroom! In fact, we’re busy preparing for a number of upcoming education conferences and wellness events on the horizon for us over the next few months.
From School Conferences . . .
National Association of ESEA State Program Administrators Conference
February 4 – 7
First, The Walking Classroom exhibits at the National Association of ESEA State Program Administrators Conference. Held in Atlanta, Georgia, this event is the largest conference for federal education programs. It will have over 3,000 attendees!
Formerly the National Title I Association, The National Association of Elementary and Secondary Act (ESEA) State Programs has not only changed its name. In addition, it has shifted its focus, as it is working to address the needs of those supported by all the programs funded by the ESEA.
Besides several keynote presentations, the conference also features over 100 sessions. These cover one of three themes: Instruction, Leadership, or Policy. Be sure to catch our presentation!
North Carolina Technology in Education Society (NCTIES) 2020 Conference
March 4 – 6
Then in March, you can see The Walking Classroom in Raleigh, North Carolina, exhibiting at the NCTIES 2020 Conference.
Not only tech facilitators and coaches number among this event’s 3,500 attendees. There are also teachers, administrators, and media specialists. All will have plenty to do, since the event includes meet and greets, keynotes, featured speakers, and demonstrations.
In fact, to experience The Walking Classroom in action, just look for our presentation! If you attend, you can walk, listen, and learn with The Walking Classroom too!
North Carolina Middle Level Educators (NCMLE) Conference
March 15 – 17
The theme of the 2020 North Carolina Middle Level Educators Conference is Expedition to Excellence: Exploring the Middle and Beyond. Sponsored by the North Carolina Association of Middle Level Educators, this conference is recognized as one of the nation’s premier conferences for those working with early adolescents in grades five through eight.
It typically draws over 1,000 educators from North Carolina and around the country, and includes an array of sessions. Be sure to catch ours!
. . . to Wellness Events!
Active Living Conference
February 2 – 5
Want to hear more about the impact of physical activity on student short-term and long-term learning retention, cognitive performance, mood, and attitudes? Attend Active Living Conference 2020, in Orlando, Florida. This premier multi-disciplinary conference shares the latest research, policies, and practices that advance activity-friendly communities for everyone.
The Walking Classroom’s founder, Laura Fenn, along with researcher, Erianne Weight, Ph.D., will be presenting. They will share the results of the Classroom Testing Research Study conducted by researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2018.
And . . . More Opportunities on the Way!
Not attending any of these events? Have no fear, you can experience The Walking Classroom at plenty of others as the year continues. To find out where you can learn more about our program, just keep an eye on our website. Maybe we’ll meet you in our travels!
Located near one of our upcoming destinations? Let us know! We enjoy seeing The Walking Classroom in action, and would love to walk, listen, and learn with you and your crew!
Leave a Reply