Downers Grove, IL
Our next Great Lakes TURN event is scheduled for November 5-6, 2015 at the Doubletree Suites by Hilton Hotel & Conference Center Chicago-Downers Grove, 2111 Butterfield Road, Downers Grove, IL 60515. Our conference will focus on Strengthening Union-Management-Community Partnerships to Promote Excellence and Equity for All Children.
Our next Northwest TURN event is scheduled for November 13-14, 2015 at the Embassy Suites Portland –Airport, 7900 NE 82nd Ave., Portland, OR 97220. Our conference will focus on Promoting Excellence through Equity: Addressing the Needs of All Students through Labor-Management-Community Partnerships.
San Diego, CA
Our next Cal TURN event is scheduled for October 15-16, 2015 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront, One Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101. Our conference will focus on Promoting Excellence through Equity and Empowerment: A Close Look at Social-Emotional Learning and Formative Assessment.
Our next MASE/FL TURN event is scheduled for October 22-23, 2015 at the Italian Club, 1731 E. 7th Ave., Tampa, FL 33605. Our conference will focus on Reframing Our Approach: School-Community Partnerships Focused on Whole Child Education.
Our next Northeast TURN Labor-Management Collaboration Conference is set for September 25-26, 2015 in Cambridge, MA. We are excited to once again be able to provide this opportunity to bring together collaborative teams of union and management from across the Northeast TURN region.
Ken Haines, past president in Prince George's County, Maryland, speaks about "Cultivating a Calling: What made you want to become a teacher, and what keeps you motivated?" in a keynote at the ECET2 conference.
We are so excited to announce that our Regional TURN Summer Conference registration closed with the largest registered attendance yet! We have over 28 teams from each TURN region joining us on July 9-10 in St. Louis. This means our hotel room blocks are full and we are very close to reaching the conference capacity of 250 people!
Bob Goodman discusses how to implement the Progressive Science Initiative and the Progressive Mathematics Initiative and where to find more resources at njctl.org. Building Onramps to STEM CareersBob Goodman, 2006 New Jersey Teacher of the Year, Executive Director of the New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning (NJCTL), and a graduate of MIT, has developed groundbreaking strategies for teaching...
The sequence of courses in the US science curriculum was locked in in 1892, before the connection between physics, chemistry, and biology was known. Bob Goodman discusses a successful strategy for the Science and Math sequence.
Bob Goodman discusses how to improve student success for all kids by eliminating aptitude-based tracks that previously separated students based on their middle school experiences. "Because kids didn't walk into 9th grade with all these [math and science] skills doesn't mean they don't have the ability to go forward and develop these skills...