The College of St. Scholastica logoTeaching and Learning Conference Header Image

Conference Highlights

Conference overview video


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.

Our Master of Education program was named a Top Online Graduate Education Program by U.S. News & World Report

Follow us

Facebook Twitter

2012 Conference Information

Dr, Lisa Delpit2012 Keynote Speaker:  Dr. Lisa Delpit

Her book, Other People's Children, has received the American Educational Studies Association's "Book Critic Award," Choice Magazine's Eighth Annual Outstanding Academic Book Award, and has been named "A Great Book" by Teacher Magazine.  Some of her other books include: The Real Ebonics Debate: Power, Language, and the Education of African-American Children; and The Skin That We Speak: Thoughts on Language and Culture in the Classroom.  She is currently working on a book on creating excellence in urban educational settings.

If you have questions, please email us at

View Highlights from the
2012 conference

Photos from the 2012 Conference

2012 Conference Schedule

Keynote - Mitchell Auditorium

8 a.m.

Registration & continental breakfast

8:30 a.m.

Welcome | Dr. Jo Olsen
Keynote speaker | Dr. Lisa Delpit

Breakout session:


Tower Hall
Room 4119

Tower Hall
Room 4105

Tower Hall
Room 3121

Tower Hall
Room 2412
(Teagle Lab)


Project REAL in the Classroom
Little Falls Community Schools
(Digital Learning)

Mental Health

Text Frames
(Content Area
Reading Strategies)
(limited to 20)

Using Google
Docs in Third
Grade for Research


Question & Answer Session
with Dr. Lisa Delpit
(limited to 40)


Latino Immigration

and Education

Using ELM (Electronic
Library for Minnesota)
to Support MN
Academic Standards

12:30 - 1:30

Lunch provided by the Master of Education program  Storm's Den, Tower Hall, 1st Floor


Virginia Public Schools
1:1 iPad

Mental Health

Culturally Responsive
Teaching: Different Thinking,
Different Results

Web 2.0: Exploring
Resources to
Connect, Create,
and Collaborate


Using Data to address
the Achievement Gap
Duluth Public Schools Panel

American Indian
Student Retention

Flipped Classroom
Stillwater Schools

Introduction to the
Flipped Classroom
 -- Login
as guest to preview this
session's presentation 

Using Google
Docs in Third
Grade for Research

4:45-6:00 Master of Education Information Session, Mitchell Foyer, Refreshments & Appetizers