Throughout the year, SREB offers a variety of professional development opportunities for the Making Middle Grades Work, High Schools That Work and Technology Centers That Work network sites. National workshops, webinars, site-specific coaching and professional development allow schools and districts to select a format that works best with their school improvement plans and budgets.
Teams of academic and career and technical education (CTE) teachers, counselors, administrators, and district and state leaders are encouraged to attend in order to implement the strategies they learn quickly and effectively.
February 2-4, 2016 | Charleston, South Carolina | Embassy Suites North Charleston
Each year, SREB hosts a national forum convening state and local career and technical education (CTE) leaders to discuss the role and future of shared-time centers. The forum attracts approximately 300 participants from more than 180 shared-time centers and comprehensive high schools and provides a unique opportunity to focus exclusively on CTE.
July 11-13, 2016 | Louisville, Kentucky | Louisville International Convention Center
This conference will focus on bringing proven literacy and math teaching and learning strategies into academic and CTE classrooms. These strategies are part of the Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) and the Mathematics Design Collaborative (MDC) frameworks, and they assist students in reaching the deep learning necessary to master college- and career-readiness standards. LDC and MDC also gives teachers a way to build lessons that engage students and help them perform at higher levels.
July 13-16, 2016 | Louisville, Kentucky | Louisville International Convention Center
Learn from over 500 practitioners on how to prepare more middle grades students to succeed in high school, graduate at least 90 percent or more of students ready for college or careers, and assist students in creating career goals and choosing postsecondary institutions and majors that will maximize their career options.