ARLINGTON, MA, December 3, 2012—Registration for the The National Institute for Student-Centered Education’s upcoming INSPIRE 2013 conference in Boston on April 5, 2013 is now open. Discounted early bird registration extends through March 5, 2013.
Early bird registration for individuals is $250/person. Groups of five may register for $1,125 ($225 per person.) After March 5, 2013 registrations fee will increase to $299 and $1,250 respectively. To register, please click here or visit http://inspire2013conference.eventbrite.com .
The one-day event hosted by the National Institute for Student-Centered Education (NISCE) is open to education professionals and others interested in effective schools and curricula and will offer the latest thinking from many perspectives and disciplines on the challenges and benefits of student-centered education.
Conference highlights include:
- Keynote speakers Todd Rose, a member of the faculty at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and Taylor Mali , slam poet and teacher advocate
- Diverse selection of hands-on workshops, panels, talks and discussions
- Exhibitor hallway
Workshops and small group presentations will be organized in five tracks:
- Relationships and Resilience
- Balanced and Comprehensive Assessment
- Differentiated Instruction
- Student Engagement and Achievement
- Leadership and Vision
Alyssa Kierkegaard, Conference Director, INSPIRE 2013
National Institute for Student-Centered Education (NISCE)
email@example.com 781.641.5986 www.nisce.org
Twitter: @INSPIRE2013Con Facebook: INSPIRE 2013
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ABOUT INSPIRE 2013
The National Institute for Student-Centered Education (NISCE) will host Click here, MA on April 5, 2013 at the Hilton Boston Logan Airport. This is a one-day conference that offers the latest thinking on the challenges and benefits of student-centered education. For more details please visit nisce.org
Founded in 2012 by the Massachusetts nonprofit Schools for Children, Inc., The National Institute for Student-Centered Education (NISCE) seeks to to catalyze grassroots support for a vision of education where students—not politics, not tests, not expediency—are at the center of learning, and where all students have the opportunities and resources they need to succeed. For more information visit www.nisce.org.