You may be thinking ...
This has been the toughest school year ever, and I'm already overwhelmed thinking about next year.
Next year, I want my students to be more excited and engaged in their learning.
I really want to support my teachers from day one so they can do What's Best for Kids.
On July 27th, we'll help you say...
I've got a ton of tried and true engagement strategies to reach and teach all my students!
I am ready to build relationships and create an empathetic culture free from blame and shame.
I am confident and prepared for the start of the school year.
Don't miss Times 10 Publication's first
What's Best for Kids live virtual conference
July 27th, 11:30 AM-5:30 PM EDT
It's a FREE virtual event with a ton of impactful strategies and resources
What's Best for Kids is not another Zoom meeting or expensive training. WBK is a FREE, interactive, virtual event, that will leave you invigorated and ready for the coming school year.
On JULY 27th, you will experience:
Quality Content at No Charge
We listened to you and created a program with your questions in mind.
A Community of Educators
Our panelists are educators, just like you, who do this work everyday.
We promise you'll walk away with practical and actionable strategies.
YOU'LL GET ACCESS TO ALL 5 OF THESE EXPERT PANEL DISCUSSIONS:
Your time is precious, so instead of canned, prerecorded videos, hear LIVE from 5 panels of best-selling authors, subject matter experts, and, most importantly, educators, as we tackle critical questions, engage in lively conversations, and offer actionable practices you can use tomorrow.
You don’t want to miss this.
Don't Burn Out, Burn In
Educator and Hacking Teacher Burnout author Amber Harper offers a few ways to balance educator self-care while staying focused on What's Best for Kids.
Panel Experts: Amber Harper
11:40-11:55 am EST
Leading for Leaders
Leadership at all levels requires a delicate balance focused on reflection, growth, and a passionate drive to do What's Best for Kids. Prepare to be inspired by leadership experts who will help you grow and inspire others around you.
1:00-1:45 pm EST
Funky, Fabulous, and Fun Instruction
We know that good instruction engages, excites, and ignites our students, but do you know how to Run 27 Presentations in 9 minutes, Create Failure Boards, or Go On a Selfie Adventure? If not, this session will make your students love your class.
2:00-2:45 pm EST
Stories, Students, and Connections
Providing ways for students to express themselves and connect to literature in new ways is top of mind as we head into the next school year. Our literacy experts share quick wins using writing and graphic novels.
3:00-3:45 pm EST
High-5 Your Way to Success
Researchers from Johns Hopkins University share a simple but powerful 5-stage, team-based continuous improvement process that starts with effective and cohesive teams. Learn the secret to achieving the results you want.
4:00-4:45 pm EST
MEET THE PANELISTS FOR THE What's Best for Kids live EVENT:
Jennifer Dale is a Program Administrator for Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education and supports leadership research at the school, district, and state level,
Roy Hall Jr is a national speaker and leadership consultant dedicated to helping professionals stay motivated, keep perspective, and find purpose. He was a standout football player for Ohio State and was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the 2007 NFL Draft.
Amber Harper is an educator, Google Certified Trainer, and Teacher Burnout Coach whose mission is to Activate Educator Self-Empowerment.
Dr. Lynne Mainzer, Deputy Director of CTE and associate professor at the School of Education, has served as a principal investigator, co-principal investigator, and director for many of the center’s largest grant-funded projects.
Nathan Maynard studied Behavioral Neuroscience at Purdue University and has been in the field for over ten years working with at-risk populations.
Shveta Miller taught high school English Language Arts in New York City public schools and at a few colleges throughout Asia, where she honed the process of teaching students how to critically read and craft texts of all kinds.
Erin Murphy is co-author of two popular PBL and inquiry books, and she regularly consults with other leaders and learners around literacy, learning, and leadership.
Mike Roberts is a longtime middle school educator, author, presenter, and 2014 Utah English Teacher of the Year.
Dr. Joe Sanfelippo is the Superintendent of the Fall Creek School District in Wisconsin. He is a US Department of Education Future Ready Superintendent and two-time Bammy Award Finalist for Superintendent of the Year.
Andrea Schanbacher is a Program Administrator for Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education and has experience as a special education teacher, administrator, and district leader.
Angela Stockman is a former English teacher, author, curriculum consultant, and founder of the WNY Young Writer’s Studio in Buffalo. Angela brings a unique combination of experience and expertise to Times 10 and WBK.
James Sturtevant is a renowned student engagement expert, author, and podcaster. His work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Edutopia, Principal Leadership, among others.
Shelly Sanchez Terrell is the creator of The 30 Goals Challenge, co-founder of one of Twitter’s first major live chats — #edchat — Bammy Award winner, National Association of Professional Women’s Woman of the Year, and a Top 10 Most Influential in EdTech honoree.
Brad Weinstein is a co-author of the Washington Post Bestseller Hacking School Discipline. He is the creator of @teachergoals, one of the most popular educational accounts in the world on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
YOU MIGHT BE WONDERING:
What is What's Best for Kids?
How much does this cost?
When and where does it take place?
Who should attend?
TIMES 10 PUBLICATIONS FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT
"At Times 10 Publications we have always focused on giving busy educators practical solutions so you can do What’s Best for Kids.
Our premier virtual event is an extension of that promise with students and their needs at the center."