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6 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Teacher Conferences

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Teacher conferences can be extremely overwhelming. Learn how to get the most out of this exciting educational experience!

Teacher conferences can be a fun and exciting time to learn new things and collaborate with others. However, these jam-packed days can also feel like a total blur. Here are some tricks of the trade to get the most out of your next education conference.

1. Maximize Your Time

teacher conferencesTeacher conferences are usually jam packed with speakers, activities, and break out sessions. Do some research ahead of time and plan out your day. Know which sessions you want to attend and which you can skip. It’s also a good idea to map out the locations of sessions in which you are interested. Some venues are large and require serious travel time between locations. Devising a plan of attack will help to make sure you get the most bang for your buck.

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Amanda Huebner

Amanda is a certified K-8 grade teacher from Pennsylvania. She received her BS in Elementary Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She also carries a Master's Degree in Classroom Technology from Wilkes University. Amanda has been teaching in an elementary classroom for 13 years.

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