Our 2022 conference comes as educators are working to help students recover from their pandemic-interrupted schooling. Most students are expected to be back in school for the 2021-2022 school year, so these workshops will be reaching an audience that has been transitioning back to face-to-face instruction for about six months. Attendees will also be looking for guidance on leveraging ESSER III funds and developing partnerships to address learning recovery and operationalize better practices. Will your workshop be addressing these issues?
Focusing on family and community engagement, topics in this strand include:
Focusing on literacy and the arts, topics in this strand include:
Focusing on diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice, topics in this strand include:
Focusing on maintaining and expanding successful programs, topics in this strand include:
Focusing on youth voice and engaging students on their own paths to success, topics in this strand include:
Calling all STEM educators! On Friday, February 25, 2022, Beyond School Hours will be hosting our first ever STEM fair – headlined by Captain Barrington Irving of Flying Classroom, the youngest person and first black pilot to ever fly solo around the world. While we will be accepting a few traditional workshop proposals as part of the STEM fair, the main event is an interactive environment where attendees move from booth to booth and experience 15-minute bite-sized lessons. At your booth, what is the one key strategy, resource, or activity educators will walk away with? How will you make your presentation interesting and memorable? While all STEM-related topics are welcome, special consideration will be given to those that relate to our conference strands.