National Student Engagement Summit
Strategies to overcome student engagement challenges and maximize technology with remote and hybrid learning at the building level.
A FREE day of digital learning for K-12 Teachers, Tech Coaches, and Principals.
Friday, December 11th, 2020 | 12:00 – 1:00 pm ET
At a Glance
- 1-hour discussion based on questions submitted by you
- A panel of building-level educators to provide insight into student engagement tactics for remote and hybrid learning
- Certificate of attendance for 1 hour of Professional Development credit
- Access to the full discussion recording following the live event
Access to the live event will only be made available to those who register. But, if you can’t attend the live event, we’ll send you the recording afterward.
Why Attend this Student Engagement Summit?
There is growing uncertainty that devices and technology are being used effectively to engage students during remote and hybrid learning. We have heard from educators across the country that they are seeking an opportunity to explore the topic of student engagement on a national level. That is why we are hosting a digital event centered around student engagement for K-12 educators featuring a panel of leading building-level innovators from around the country. Our panelists are from a variety of backgrounds in K-12 education (Teacher, Tech Coach, and Principal) who will share insight into how you can increase student engagement with building-level synergy and collaboration.
The best part? The discussion will be driven by questions submitted by YOU.
This Student Engagement Summit gives you the opportunity to submit questions about student engagement directly to our panel before the event. These questions will drive the discussion in order to get you actionable tips and strategies that you can use to overcome student engagement challenges in your school. Don’t forget to submit a question when you register!
Meet the Panel
Principal, Author, TEDx Speaker | Johnson-Williams Middle School
Evan Robb is presently Principal of Johnson-Williams Middle School in Berryville, Virginia. He has over twenty years of experience serving as a building level principal. Prior to being a school principal, he was an English teacher, department chair, and Assistant Principal. Evan is a recipient of the Horace Mann Educator of the Year Award. In addition, the NCTE Commission on Reading selected him to serve on its national board.
A TEDx Speaker, Evan offers inspirational keynotes, workshops, webinars, and on-going professional learning opportunities on leadership, mindset, culture, impactful change, and how to improve literacy in schools. Evan has shared his ideas with thousands of educators at dozens of workshops across the United States and in other countries.
English Teacher & Opportunity Culture Coach | Baltimore City Public Schools
LaQuisha Hall has dedicated 17 years to teaching English in Baltimore City Public Schools System. She holds an English Bachelor’s degree from Elizabeth City State University and a Secondary Education Master’s degree from Morgan State University. LaQuisha mentors via Queendom T.E.A. (The Etiquette Academy), a program she founded to empower young ladies. An award-winning, best-selling author of multiple books, LaQuisha has published more than 100 scholars in anthologies including One Nation, One Heart—winner of the national Indie Authors Legacy Award for Youth Authors of the Year. LaQuisha also won Baltimore City Teacher of the Year in 2018 and was a finalist at the state level. She encourages educators to practice self-care because they cannot pour into scholars from an empty cup. Follow her journey on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @mrshallscholars.
Instructional Technology Training Specialist | Manassas City Public Schools
Dr. Sean Coffron has served as an educator with Manassas City Public Schools for nineteen years, including six years as an administrator and instructional technologist. His research interests include educational theory and practice, professional learning, teacher evaluation, and self-efficacy.