Brevard Public Schools Hosts First Annual Teacher Leadership Council Conference

By  //  February 24, 2020

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on Delicious Digg This Stumble This

BPS Leaders across our district gained valuable tools, ideas, and strategies

More than 150 educational leaders from throughout Brevard County came together for the first Annual Teacher Leadership Council Conference, a day of inquiry and learning to better understand the diverse and unique kids being served in Brevard Public Schools. (BPS image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – More than 150 educational leaders from throughout Brevard County came together for the first Annual Teacher Leadership Council Conference, a day of inquiry and learning to better understand the diverse and unique kids being served in Brevard Public Schools.

Hosted by the Teacher Leadership Council, the conference kicked off with a keynote presentation by Nicole Burkes, resource teacher for the district’s Speech Language Impaired Program.

Burkes talked about the differences in communication and learning styles across generations, and how this translates into classroom learning.

Afterward, attendees learned from their own BPS colleagues during various breakout sessions. Topics included the Teenage Brain, Hosting Civil Conversations in the Classroom, Building Classroom Culture, and Mindfulness for Teachers and Students, among others.

Leaders across our district gained valuable tools, ideas, and strategies to implement in their classrooms and school buildings, ultimately enriching their own development and the learning opportunities of the students they serve.

Brevard Public Schools Supports Bills to Add JROTC Success to School GradesRelated Story:
Brevard Public Schools Supports Bills to Add JROTC Success to School Grades

CLICK HERE FOR BREVARD COUNTY NEWS

Leave a Comment