National Workshops


National Workshops

SREB’s national workshops bring school leaders, counselors and teachers together to solve problems of practice and design school and classroom practices that promote a growth mindset and encourage students to achieve to their highest potential.

Our new workshops focus on innovative practices for teaching in online, blended and hybrid settings. Join us and gain the tools and resources you need to offer quality instruction wherever you are.

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Coaching for Change
2023 School Coaching Conference

May 16–17, 2023
Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center

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The demand for school leadership and instructional coaches in schools, districts and states has never been higher, but until now, professional development for these educational MVPs has been hard to find.

That’s why the Southern Regional Education Board launched the nation’s only professional learning event designed exclusively for coaches like you, no matter what grade level, content area or improvement need you serve.


Develop Inquiry and Explorer Mindsets
Free courses and coaching from SREB and National Geographic

New dates added! June 6 – August 3, 2022

Join SREB and the National Geographic Society for a FREE virtual professional learning series that will help you develop a STEM or project-based learning culture in your school!

Teachers and instructional leaders of all grade levels and content areas are invited to engage with SREB and National Geographic Society staff and peers worldwide as we show you how to shift teaching and learning in your school or classroom toward an inquiry-based approach.


Engaging Instruction + Exploration = Success!
Don’t miss our FREE webinar series

Tap into students’ natural curiosity about the world around them by creating meaningful learning experiences that challenge students to see, explore, experience and improve their worlds!

SREB and the National Geographic Society are teaming up to offer a free webinar series featuring the tools, strategies and resources you need to inspire the next generation of explorers and problem-solvers. Join us to learn how to plan highly engaging, standards-based instruction in any content area. Then explore how you can use the National Geographic Society’s extensive library of lessons, units, activities and supplemental resources like articles, maps, photographs and videos to design rich, exciting opportunities for students to explore their classroom, community and world.