Mark your calendar to attend the NJEA Exceptional Children Conference on Saturday, March 29 at the Princeton Marriott at Forrestal. The theme of this year’s conference is “Creating Learning Environments for All Students.”
The program includes a keynote address from Tim Matheney, Director of Evaluation for the NJDOE, and six workshop offerings.
Matheney will provide a status report on the implementation of new evaluation systems this year. The presentation will discuss promising practices that focus on effective educator feedback and support with a goal of improved student achievement.
A continental breakfast and lunch are included in the $60 registration fee. (Early bird special of $30 for registration before Feb. 21.)
In addition to the keynote, registrants will choose two workshops from the six listed below:
- Dyslexia and Other Reading Disorders: Looking at the Full Picture
- Understanding and Managing ADHD in the Classroom
- Paraeducators and Teachers: Working Together for Students with Special Needs
- Twice-Exceptional: Connecting Gifted and Special Education
- SGOs and Special Education Providers
- AchieveNJ for Special Educators
Or this all-day session:
- What Can We Do Today to Create a College, Career and Community Ready Tomorrow for All Our Students?
See this flier for details and workshop descriptions.