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May 10, 2013

Renewal. Reflection. Risk – The 2013 Martin Institute Conference – June 12-13

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Thursday, 09 May 2013

Renewal. Reflection. Risk.

In honor of summer, the 2013 Martin Institute Conference is slowing down!

We are building around what we consider to be the 3 R’s that are essential to leading and designing transformative student learning: renewal, reflection, and risk.

In summer we renew our minds and bodies. We can also renew our understandings and underlying beliefs about teaching and learning. We can renew personal and professional connections. In summer we have time to reflect.

Both renewal and reflection can lead one to have the courage and inspiration to risk implementing new ideas and new approaches in teaching.

See our incredible schedule this year and join us in Memphis.

Until then, find us on Facebook and Twitter, and join the conversation!

 

 

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Presbyterian Day School
4025 Poplar Avenue
Memphis, TN 38111

Follow Our Conference Speakers on Twitter. The learning begins now!

Visit our online schedule to browse this year’s workshops and speaker bios.


Registration

Timeline Cost
Registration April 16 – June 1 $150.00
Late Registration June 1 and later $195.00

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