We’ve designed this year’s conference to assist educators in supporting all learners in the demanding academic environment necessary for college and career readiness.
Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) January 20, 2015
Registration is open for Building Expertise 2015, the fourth annual Marzano education conference hosted by Learning Sciences International. This three-day Journey to Rigor, designed to guide educators in the implementation of new and increasingly rigorous standards, takes place June 17–19, 2015 at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
Renowned education researcher Dr. Robert J. Marzano will kick off the conference with a discussion about rigor and leadership. Dr. Anthony Muhammad, bestselling author of The Will to Lead and the Skill to Teach: Transforming Schools at Every Level (2011) will deliver the closing keynote address.
“We’ve designed this year’s conference to assist educators in supporting all learners in the demanding academic environment necessary for college and career readiness,” says Michael Toth, Learning Sciences International CEO. “As we go deeper into the implementation of new standards, rigorous instruction becomes even more critical. We’re bringing in some of the top authors and experts in education to help schools make the necessary shifts.”
The main conference sessions will focus on more than 30 critical educational topics, including continuous improvement of instruction, ensuring a guaranteed and viable curriculum, and increasing student achievement through whole-school improvement. Pre-conference attendees may participate in one of 13 sessions, some of which include complimentary workbooks. The conference offers group and partner rates, as well as packages for one-, two-, or three-day admission.
Learning Sciences International, a leading provider of print, web-based, and on-site solutions for professional development and performance management in education, supports schools and educational initiatives in 11 countries, three provinces in Canada, and 40 states in the United States of America. The company currently serves 427 school districts; 5,575 school buildings; 311,000 teachers; and more than 4 million students in the United States alone. To register for the conference, visit the Building Expertise 2015 website.