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It is hard to believe that Edulum‘s 2nd Annual Conference registration has begun! This years conference theme is: Get Personal! Cultivating Ownership Through Personalization. We have amazing presenters from all around the Carolinas! The conference is at UNCC in the College of Education Building on August 1st from 8:30-4:00 and it is only $30.00!

Eventbrite - Edulum's 2nd Annual Educators Conference

How can a Principal not send you, as usually education conferences are hundreds of dollars! Bring a friend and make this your summer professional development! Check out our Google document with the session schedule, descriptions and names of our presenters.

Our keynote speaker is, Deborah Brown, who holds a BA in English from Regis College and an Ed. M from Harvard University. Currently, Deborah teaches high school students in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School system. Deborah, a NC Teaching Fellow, has recently presented a collaborative teaching idea at a TEDx Charlotte ED event. She has worked with The Girl Scouts as a troop leader, an adjunct writing professor at Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester, a freshman evening advisor for the STEM program at Johnson C. Smith University and a Parent University presenter with Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools. She is also an author of the book, HABITS of Success: A Practical Guide for Girls. Her keynote is titled: Positive Discipline: The 2/10 Theory.

 

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Hope to see you at #edulum14!

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