Lausanne Learning Conference: Creating a Culture of Belonging

Lausanne Learning: Creating a Culture of Belonging Feb 6-7, 2020

 

Good Shepherd Episcopal School looks forward to welcoming you to our campus for the Lausanne Learning Conference: Creating a Culture of Belonging!

Lausanne Learning is heading back to Dallas to join our partner, Good Shepherd Episcopal School, on February 6-7, 2020! The fishbowl classrooms and active learning workshops for grades PK-12 that you know and love will be back in an exciting new venue!

For those of you who are previous registrants of LLI Southwest, you know professional development can be useful, it can be different, and it can be transformative. We'd love to see you at Creating a Culture of Belonging as presenters! The theme, Creating a Culture of Belonging, is for educators in every grade level and subject area. You're all creating a culture of belonging and joy in your classrooms and schools every day, and we can all learn how to be better at making students feel safe, supported, engaged, and included!

Sample workshops that have been discussed include: Teaching Empathy in History Classrooms, Building a School Culture of Mindfulness, Math and Inclusivity, and many more!

We are actively seeking proposals for Creating a Culture of Belonging! Please submit your proposal by December 1, 2019 to share your best teaching ideas with your colleagues (and for a huge registration discount)!

Register to attend the conference or submit your proposal today!

Any questions? Please contact Lausanne Learning Director Amber Colvin at acolvin@lausannelearning.com or at 901-860-1946, or Good Shepherd Episcopal School’s Director of Partnerships and Collaborations Laura Cole at lcole@gsesdallas.org or at 214-357-1610.

 

Lausanne Learning Conference: Creating a Culture of Belonging

February 6-7, 2020
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
$385 per registrant
Good Shepherd Episcopal School Campus

 

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About Lausanne Learning

Lausanne Learning is committed to empowering educators through professional development conferences, teacher-to-teacher and strategic mentoring, and creating a collaborative, joyful community of educators.