Short Title CIA 2014 Conference
Long Title CIA 2014 Conference: I Teach! What's Your Superpower?
Description Have you discovered your superpower in the 21st Century learning environment, where rapid change is the norm and technology leads the way for learning? Join Region 7 educators in the journey of providing enhanced learning opportunities for all. This conference is about sharing strengths, experiences, creative ideas, and a passion for improved teaching and learning.
PDAS Objectives II-1,II-2,II-3
TTESS Codes
TPESS Codes
Credit Type CPE
Audience Administrators, Curriculum Directors, Principals, Teachers

Session Start End Schedule City Location Duration Fee
040380 06/11/2014 08:30am 06/12/2014 03:20pm 08:30 am - 03:20 pm CIA 2014 Conference Region 7 ESC, Kilgore, TX 12:00 $150.00
Workshop Fees $150 Standard Fee
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Presenter Various presenters
Registration Deadline 06/06/2014 04:30pm
Message Two day conference with a possible 10 credit hours. Early Childhood Academy 12 credit hours.
Lunch for both days is included in the registration fee for participants who will be in all day conference sessions where it is impractical to obtain meals on their own and where attendance at all conference opportunities is essential to accomplishing the training objectives.
Fee is $50 for Region 7 districts & $150 for out-of-region districts.
The registration deadline is June 6, 2014. You may drop from the conference or 'edit' conference selections from 'View Staff Development Records'.
If you require special accommodations to participate in this training, please click here.

Please select the sessions you wish to attend at the conference.

Session CIA 2014 Conference: I Teach! What's Your Superpower?
Wednesday June 11, 2014 Thursday June 12, 2014
8:30 am to 9:30 am 9:40 am to 10:40 am 10:50 am to 11:50 am 1:10 pm to 2:10 pm 2:20 pm to 3:20 pm 8:30 am to 9:30 am 9:40 am to 10:40 am 10:50 am to 11:50 am 1:10 pm to 2:10 pm 2:20 pm to 3:20 pm
2020 Classroom Technology: What Will It Be Like?     Closed Closed            
80 to the Power of 4                 Closed  
ABC's Of Success- Attitude By Choice     Closed           Closed  
Accommodations and Differentiation, Oh, My!         Closed          
Alternative Fuels for the Language Arts Classroom   Closed             Closed  
Apps to Make your Life Easier             Closed     Closed
Assessing the STAAR     Closed         Closed    
Building Creativity Among Academic Content Areas         Closed Closed Closed      
Connecting Math to the Real World           Closed       Closed
Creating Study Guides For Everyone             Closed      
Describing Motion: QR Codes in the fast lane     Closed       Closed Closed    
Digital Student Folders with DMAC’s FREE Web-based Tool   Closed             Closed Closed
Early Childhood Academy Closed
Empowering Students by Integrating Technology       Closed   Closed        
Engaging Students with Informational Text                   Closed
Flipping Your Classroom... Science Style! Closed                  
Get N-Spired with 3-D 3 x 3's         Closed          
How Do I Get it All In? Closed           Closed      
How to Know What They Know: Formative Assessment Using Technology Closed               Closed  
Increasing Rigor and Relevance in Elementary Math Classrooms     Closed         Closed    
Increasing your Tool Box Closed             Closed    
Instilling Life Into a Zombie Culture   Closed             Closed  
Interactive Reading Notebooks         Closed         Closed
Making the Stock Market Game Work in My Math Classroom Closed             Closed    
Notebooks Across the Curriculum         Closed       Closed  
Project Based Learning: A 21st Century Approach to Education   Closed Closed     Closed        
Project Based Teaching in Science   Closed             Closed Closed
Put the 'L' in PLC!           Closed   Closed    
Raising the Rigor in the 3-8 Math Classroom             Closed      
RtI in a Small School with a Big Heart       Closed   Closed        
Seeing the World through Their Eyes: Empowering The Expressive Writing Voice         Closed         Closed
Show Your Thinking Closed Closed                
STAAR Worthy and Kid Approved Approaches to Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary   Closed               Closed
Strategies for Improving Student Classroom Performance       Closed       Closed    
Super Power of Words Closed Closed                
Supporting New Educators with a New Teacher Academy       Closed           Closed
Teacher, I Don't Know What to Write About.       Closed         Closed  
Teaching To Digital Natives - Two Easy Strategies         Closed          
Technology Resources for Educators       Closed Closed          
The Power to Put Humpty Dumpty Together Again!     Closed     Closed        
The Principal's Role in Professional Learning Communities Closed             Closed    
The Principles of the Constitution Remembered for STAAR           Closed   Closed    
The Two Sisters' Daily 5 Literacy Framework Closed                 Closed
Using Socratic Seminar to Increase Engagement in the ELAR Classroom     Closed           Closed  
Wait...We HAVE to write what?   Closed     Closed Closed        
Web 2.0 Tools for the ELAR Classroom!           Closed        
What is my Purpose?     Closed         Closed    
When Super Power Runs on Empty       Closed     Closed      
Writing Can be Fun - Even in Social Studies!             Closed      

Before pressing the Register button please scroll up and review your selections. Some may have been deselected when a conflicting choice was selected.

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For Workshop Information Contact: For Registration Information Contact:
Ms. Betty Steele Ms. Vanessa Spann
Region 7 ESC Region 7 ESC
bsteele@esc7.net vspann@esc7.net
(903)988-6821 (903)988-6763