We are excited to announce that STLinATL 2023 will be an in-person conference this year taking place March 13-14, 2023. You’ll learn innovative approaches and new teaching methods and ideas from outstanding conference speakers and presenters. Spend two powerful days of learning with many of the nation’s top educational experts. Participants will learn to integrate research-based, sustainable learning practices that provide the foundation for meaningful change to meet the needs of today’s students. Schools are increasingly moving toward innovative, student-centered learning models that address contemporary skills while further addressing the needs of the whole child that extend beyond the academic curriculum. We hope you will join us!
Enjoy two powerful days of learning with many of the nation’s top educational experts!
We are bringing together many of the top experts throughout the country to focus on STEAM which includes increasing real-world applications in the curriculum and Equity & Inclusion which will help participants learn how to proactively foster, develop and support the social and emotional well-being of all community members. In addition, we will offer sessions in the areas of best practices in Pedagogy & Assessment which will incorporate what we now know about the brain. A focus on building a warm, engaged community, fostering strong student/teacher relationships, and authentic feedback and assessment strategies will be shared.
A few of our speakers include Dylan William, Meena Srinivasan, Suzie Boss, Laura Terrill, Marcos Navas, Aaron Titus, Glenn Whitman, Joshua Cabral, Megan Nellen, Sarah Thomas, Jake Miller, and Brian Dinkins.
The conference will focus on the following areas:
Real-World STEAM Applications – Sessions will focus on topics and skills necessary for success in our rapidly evolving world (e.g. STEAM applications to include computational thinking, action research, media literacy, information literacy, making, sustainability, global awareness, AR/VR and more).
Equity and Inclusion -Sessions will provide opportunities for participants to engage in courageous conversations, discuss best practices, and share current resources for nurturing an equitable and inclusive community.
Pedagogy & Assessment for Learning – Sessions will delve into the current landscape of assessments, define the need for authentic and real-world measures of learning, and move past traditional models by discovering new and innovative techniques to meet the needs of all learners.