TEACH will be providing interactive sessions on empowering educational transformation that prepares students for college and career and meets the needs of the whole child. Upcoming sessions will be presented at the National Career Academy Coalition (NCAC) Conference in November. The conference session will focus on how to strategically self-assess your school district and campus ability to transform practices that will better meet the needs of everyone involved in the educational achievement of each student. Research-based and practical strategies that can be readily implemented will be shared to address the challenges educators and students currently face academically, socially and emotionally. Action planning to identify the problem of practice, improve instructional leadership and develop collaborative leadership practices will also be introduced through an assessment and planning tool that has been successfully used in numerous diverse school districts across the nation. Conference Attendance at TEACH presentations receive a 20% discount on all services provided by TEACH.
Final TEACH Scholarship Application OUTSTANDING STUDENT AWARD This award will be given as recognition to a high school student who has made significant contributions to his/her high school and who will be attending college within a year following high school graduation. Consideration will be given to those applicants who have overcome obstacles and who demonstrate strong leadership, attendance, attitude and academic achievement. Eligibility: All nominees must 1. be a senior graduating in May/June 2021 2. plan to pursue a college degree 3. have a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher
SISD Learning Fair October 16, 2021 9:00 - 2:00 p.m. Wunsche Career Academy 900 Wunsche Loop, Spring, Texas 77373
Texas Council for the Social Studies TXCSS Vision: All students in Texas receive a well rounded social studies education which will enhance their personal and professional lives. TXCSS Mission: Advancing social studies education as a community of learners and leaders. The Texas Council for the Social Studies (TXCSS) is a nonprofit organization composed of a community of social studies educators and supporters across the state. Social studies as a discipline of study is focused on the interdependence of geography, history, government, economics, and civics in our society. We welcome educators and professions from a variety of fields including history, government, economics, geography, civics, sociology, anthropology, and psychology to our organization.
2022 TASA Midwinter Conference | January 30-February 2 Austin Convention Center | Austin, Texas The TASA Midwinter Conference has become the most popular conference of the year for Texas school leaders because it provides a valuable opportunity to come together to discuss and share innovative practices, network with peers, address the administrative issues administrators face every day, and gain fresh insights. Booth 847 Building Blocks for Conquering Learning Gaps - 5 Pillars for TEACHing Success. Building Blocks