ALAMOSA – The Adams State University English, Theatre, and Communication Department will host Middle and High School English Teachers’ Conference. The conference features best-practices (active learning) presentations and a keynote by Alex Burkart, theatre artist and educator.
Credit available for conference attendance and reflection: Opportunity for English teachers to earn 1/2 credit. Requirement for credit: attend conference, reflect on sessions attended, submit a lesson plan. Reflections and lesson plan will be due by May 3. Rubric for assignment will be available on conference day. Stop by our table between 8 a.m. and 8:30 am to register, or register online at adams.edu/conference.
The free conference will be held from 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Friday, April 13, in McDaniel Hall 101 and is open to all K-12 teachers, college instructors, and all Adams State faculty.
Teachers may still register, including on-site the day of the conference.
Light breakfast and lunch provided for all participants. Registration and meal costs are covered by Adams State University.
Please visit the conference site adams.edu/conference to register as an attendee, or contact Kathleen Chavez, Adams State English instructor, 719-587-8142, or [email protected] with questions regarding the conference.