If you have been in education for more than a day, I know that you have attended a teacher convention or conference. I’m also certain that you have an opinion about such events, and like me, I’m sure you’ve attended some good ones and some not so good ones. So, in today’s post, I’m begging and pleading (literally on my knees) asking for your feedback about teacher conventions.
Here’s what I’d like for you to do right now: in the comments section below this post, leave your short (think 1 word to 1 sentence) answers to the following questions. It won’t take long to leave your answers, simply put the first thing that comes to your mind (as long as it is appropriate and kind). No need to name specific conferences or people, just speak generally about specific things (does that make any sense?).
- Think of the best teacher convention/conference you have attended: what made it so great?
- Think of the worst teacher convention/conference you have attended (if it’s one I organized, be kind): what made it so miserable?
- What is the most important part of a teacher convention/conference?
- What is the one thing lacking from most teacher conventions/conferences you’ve attended?
- How profitable have teacher conventions/conferences been to your professional development as an educator?
That’s all! Five simple questions awaiting your comment! Thanks for your participation! You can leave a comment by clicking here.
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