Working on the Work (WOW) Conferences

The annual WOW conference will be offered in three locations this October.
Seattle, Washington October 3-6, 2004

Indianapolis, Indiana October 10-13, 2004

Orlando, Florida October 17-20, 2004

Who:

The WOW Conference is designed for teachers and other district leaders interested in understanding student engagement and the WOW Framework. Session offerings are varied both to accommodate different levels of experience with these concepts and whether participants attend in district teams or as individuals.

Experience:

Each participant will choose concurrent sessions for Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday, districts will have an opportunity to refine their work plans or address issues related to change in their districts through work with other districts and/or CLSR senior associates. In conversation with many districts, CLSR hears about the challenge of crafting an effective, results-oriented WOW work plan. We strongly encourage districts to take advantage of the Wednesday work time to strengthen their work plans.

Please note that each WOW Conference begins with a 5 p.m. session on Sunday, and concludes at 3 p.m. on Wednesday.

The annual WOW conference will be offered in three locations this October.

Dates: October 3-6, 2004
Location: Seattle , Washington

Dates: October 10-13, 2004
Location: Indianapolis , Indiana

Dates: October 17-20, 2004
Location: Orlando , Florida

For Registration Information and Other Inquiries:
Tena Lutz, CLSR Conference Coordinator, can be reached at 502.895.1942 concerning registration and logistics. Her e-mail address is tena.lutz@clsr.org.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have questions about any of the summer academies. We know you may want information and guidance in identifying participants for a particular session.

Additional CLSR Contacts:

George Thompson:
george.thompson@clsr.org
Marilyn Hohmann: marilyn.hohmann@clsr.org
Lennie Hay: lennie.hay@clsr.org
 

 

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