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Core Proposition 1: Teachers are committed to students and their learning. [clear filter]
Friday, April 12
 

9:00am

How do we get to know our students?
Limited Capacity full

This session will introduce the multiple ways teachers can get to know their class learning needs
to provide more engaging presentations, activities, and instruction. This session will include:
understanding learning styles and the various ways students gather and process information,
relate the structure and function of the brain to the learning process, and how to use The
Winning Colors® process for identifying the behavioral strengths of students.

Speakers
avatar for Sal Fiorella

Sal Fiorella

Major Sal Fiorella is an Army Junior R.O.T.C instructor in the Globe Unified School District #1 inGlobe Arizona. He earned his Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice and was commissioned as anArmy Officer through R.O.T.C. at Buffalo State College in New York. As an Army Officer, MajorFiorella... Read More →


Friday April 12, 2019 9:00am - 10:10am
COE 200

10:15am

Sharing Differences, Identifying Similarities, and Embracing Diversity
Limited Capacity seats available

Regardless of subject area, you are guaranteed to have a diverse group of learners. Students
bring their individual experiences, abilities, prior learning, and culture into our classrooms. This
session will explore ways in which junior high and high school teachers can incorporate their
students’ diverse cultures and communities through valuing each learners’ unique experiences
throughout their instruction. Teachers will walk away with the tools needed to have a
classroom environment that celebrates similarities, differences, and fosters student growth.

Speakers
avatar for Aminah Abdelhaq

Aminah Abdelhaq

Aminah Abdelhaq is a junior high science teacher and yearbook adviser at Franklin Junior Highin Mesa Public Schools. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Studies Education, and aMaster’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Florida International University. Aminahreceived... Read More →


Friday April 12, 2019 10:15am - 11:25am
COE 170

11:30am

Sharing Differences, Identifying Similarities, and Embracing Diversity
Limited Capacity seats available

Regardless of subject area, you are guaranteed to have a diverse group of learners. Students
bring their individual experiences, abilities, prior learning, and culture into our classrooms. This
session will explore ways in which junior high and high school teachers can incorporate their
students’ diverse cultures and communities through valuing each learners’ unique experiences
throughout their instruction. Teachers will walk away with the tools needed to have a
classroom environment that celebrates similarities, differences, and fosters student growth.

Speakers
avatar for Aminah Abdelhaq

Aminah Abdelhaq

Aminah Abdelhaq is a junior high science teacher and yearbook adviser at Franklin Junior Highin Mesa Public Schools. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Studies Education, and aMaster’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Florida International University. Aminahreceived... Read More →


Friday April 12, 2019 11:30am - 12:40pm
COE 170