Recharge - A New Type of Learning Experience: Assistant Edition - 004645
Looking for something new in your professional development? It's time to REconnect, RElax, REflect, and RECHARGE at REgion 11! At a Recharge mini conference, it is all about you - Your Choice. Your Learning. Your Experience. Select sessions created especially for you or take advantage of cross-training opportunities by attending sessions designed for other positions in education. We will feature bursts of learning that are stimulating, motivational, interactive, hands on, and applicable. Sessions offered will include a variety of short, engaging experiences along with in-depth learning opportunities over the course of our flexible two-day schedule. Choose to attend the first day, second day, or both. Bring a device (laptop preferred) if you have one available. Day 1: A light breakfast and lunch will be provided Day 2: A light breakfast will be provided.

Audiences Administrative Assistants, Assistant Principals, ESC Personnel, Paraprofessionals
21st Century Learning  Vision Article I - New Digital Learning Environment,   Vision Article II - New Learning Standards,   Vision Article III - Assessments for Learning,   Vision Article IV - Accountability for Learning,   Vision Article V - Organizational Transformation

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