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Conference sponsored in part by The College of St. Scholastica School of Education's 100% online Master of Education program. In Partnership with Proctor and Duluth Public Schools.


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A conference for forward-thinking educators

Educators and other practitioners, please join us for an exciting one-day conference for networking and making connections with leaders in the field of education.  This exciting one-day conference begins with an inspiring keynote address and offers a full day of breakout sessions designed to meet the MED relicensure strands. Whether you are a K-12 teacher, a higher education faculty, college student or other learning practitioner, consider joining us for the 7th annual teaching and learning conference. Presentations will include hands on workshops and research based 'best practices' in teaching, learning and leading.

CEU's available!

Continuing Education Units are available for both teachers and administrators attending the conference. Certificates will be provided at the end of the day to all eligible attendees.

Conference Details

When: Tuesday June 20, 2017
Where: Mitchell Auditorium, The College of St. Scholastica - Duluth Campus
Cost: $99

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2017 Keynote: Roni Ellington, Ph.D

Roni Ellington headshotMoving Diversity and Inclusion from the Margins to the Center of STEM Classroom Practice: Transformative Strategies for Teaching Across Discipline

Trained as a mathematics educator, Dr. Roni Ellington has authored several scholarly articles on STEM education, parental involvement, and successfully navigating the STEM pipeline, particularly for minority students. Dr. Ellington is a leading expert on how to cultivate student's success in mathematics and STEM related disciplines. She is currently an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education and Coordinator of the Graduate Programs in Mathematics Education at Morgan State University.