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Teaching and Learning Conference

June 15, 2021
8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

The Education Department is excited to announce our annual Teaching and Learning Conference. Due to COVID-19, this year's conference will be held in a virtual format so you can participate from the comfort of your home or from any location!

Register for the conference today.


The conference begins with the Keynote address at 8:30 a.m., followed by a day filled with breakout sessions.

Sample 2021 virtual breakout sessions

  • Getting creative online: building community and assignments that engage students in a virtual environment
  • Every Student Can Learn to Read (The Science of Reading in the Classroom)
  • Teaching, Connecting, and Community Building in a Revolutionized Online Learning Environment
  • Cultivating Wellness at School: The link between Leadership, SEL and Resilience
  • Beyond the Survey: Creative Uses of Google Forms for Pedagogy

The full schedule with breakout sessions will be shared soon.


Portrait of Wing Young HuiWing Young Huie
How Photographs Form Us: What Do You See?

Celebrated photographer Wing Young Huie has captured the complex cultural realities of American society for over 35 years. His photos have been shown in international museums — over half a million people viewed his traveling exhibit in China — but his best known works, Lake Street USA and the University Avenue Project, were epic public art projects that transformed Minneapolis and Saint Paul thoroughfares into six-mile photo galleries, reflecting the everyday lives of thousands of its citizens.

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Photo credit: Eliesa Johnson