2012 Propel Training Institute: Inspiring Achievement
The Carnegie Library of Homestead, 510 East 10th Avenue, Munhall, Pennsylvania, 15120
This conference will focus on "transferable practices to inspire achievement in students, teachers, principals and administration." As a result of grant support from the U.S. Department of Education, there is no attendance fee for the conference.
At the conference participants will:
- Gather transferable practices such as behavior and incentive systems, creative use of school space, and establishment of school and community partnerships.
- Become a part of a universal, multi-level coaching model that can strengthen our school cultures and community.
- Look at various methods for using technology and data to enhance all instruction, meet the needs of every student, and increase meaningful engagement.
- See Propel in Action first hand by visiting multiple Propel School sites, and then work with your colleagues to determine pragmatic ways to enhance your own best practices.
- Discover how Propel has established a record of "Inspiring Achievement" and learn how to apply these principles in your own schools.
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