Day 1 Friday, February 15, 2019, Madison Concourse Hotel
1:00p-4:30p, Early Registration, pre-conference, vendors, & sponsor recognition
5:00p-8:00p, Welcome Reception
Day 2 Saturday, February 16, 2019, Edgewood College
7:00a-8:10a, Morning Your Way
8:30a-10:00a, Welcome & Opening Remarks
10:15a-11:30a, Conference Sessions #1
11:45a-12:45p, Lunch & REL MIDWEST 22 Interventions Presentation
1:00p-2:15p, Conference Sessions #2
2:30p-3:45p, Conference Sessions #3
4:00p-4:45p, Closing Ceremony
4:45p-5:30p, Vendors, Sponsors, Art Gallery, Networking
Are you an Early Bird Riser? Would you like to get your “Morning YOUR WAY” routine started before the morning rush? Here are four early bird options:
- Morning Meditation- Eat at 7:00a.m.-7:30a.m. Meditation in chapel at 7:40a.m.-8:10a.m.
- Art Gallery- Eat at 7:00a.m.-7:30a.m. Take a short walk to experience the art exhibit highlighting noted African American artists Leslie Barlow (Minneapolis) and Reginald Baylor (Milwaukee) explore issues of racial identity and community in their very different art practices in the STREAM 7:40a.m.-8:10a.m.
- Line Dance- Eat at 7:00a.m.-7:30a.m. Let the beat speak through your feet. Twist your body, slide to the right and then to the left. Wake up your mind, body and spirit through dancing that brings a cultural connection that traces its roots throughout the African diaspora 7:40a.m.-8:10a.m.
- Yoga- Eat at 7:00a.m.-7:30a.m. Wake Up Everybody by learning yoga techniques that focus on diverse areas of fitness, stress relief, wellness, vitality, mental clarity, healing, peace of mind and spiritual growth 7:40a.m.-8:10a.m.
Wake Up Everybody!!!- Are you one who needs a little more time to get going in the morning? Start your day thirty minutes later than the early birds at 7:30 a.m. Grab a boxed breakfast and choose a morning session where you can eat and learn or spend some time socializing, shopping or in solitude from 7:40a.m.-8:10a.m.
- Maya Angelou and Carter G. Woodson Wake Up Session Who was Maya Angelou? Hear from Maya Angelou’s Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., sisters and learn why Bringing the Gifts My Ancestors Gave was chosen as the title of this conference. Who was Dr. Carter G. Woodson? Hear from his Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. brothers how he Launched Negro History Week in 1926, which evolved into Black History Month in 1976.
- Sunrise solitude or socializing? YOU CHOOSE!!! For those of you who like to pace yourself into the new day just sit back and relax and EASE into your morning over breakfast. Network with other “EASERS” or enjoy some morning alone time in the breakfast area. Feel free to stay there until the opening session begins at 8:30a.m.
- Retail Therapy After eating breakfast spend some time practicing the Kwanzaa principle of Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics) which means to build and maintain our own stores, shops, and other businesses and to profit from them together. Our vendors are open for business and ready to share the gifts they bring with you! It’s your time to shop till you drop!
1. District Assistance and Intervention Teams
2. Hiring Certified Teachers
3. The Elementary School Success Profile Model of Assessment and Prevention
4 Good Behavior Game
6. Parental Involvement at Home and at School
7. Positive Action: Social-Emotional and Character Development Program
8. Student Success Skills
9. Development of Teacher-Student Relationships
10. Formative Assessment
11. Grade-Specific Instructional Focus in Math Kindergarten & Grade 4
12. High Expectations
14. Instructional Reform Practice in Math
15. Time on Task in Math
16. Out of School Time Programs
17. Summer Reading Program with Free Books
18. Participation in Urban Debate Leagues
20. Cultural Practices that are Relevant (CPR)
Participants can earn 1.0 Continuing Education Units (CEU) for attending the conference and the cost of the CEUs are included with registration. Contact your profession’s sanctioning board or association to determine if continuing education units (CEUs) from this training are acceptable. When registering for the conference, please indicate interest in pursuing a CEU to ensure you receive instructions on how to obtain your CEU certificate.
Participants will also have the opportunity to earn one (1) graduate-level credit from Edgewood College for an additional $185 fee. Information will be available at the conference, or you can contact Ken Syke, Edgewood College Professional Development Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
To register for the conference, please complete the registration form below.
Conference Rate: 2-day conference rate, $350.00
Payment Options: To register for the conference, you must pay now with a credit card. At this time, day-of registration or pay by check is not allowed.
Cancellation & Refunds: To cancel your registration and process a refund, please email email@example.com by Friday, February 1, 2019. Cancellations/refund requests before this date will be processed less a $100.00 service and processing fee. In the unlikely event the conference is cancelled, we will refund 100% of the registration fees paid. Refunds will be processed by check.
Day 1- Friday, February 15, 2019, Madison Concourse Hotel: 1 West Dayton Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53713
Day 2- Edgewood College, Predolin Hall: 1000 Edgewood College Drive, Madison, WI. 53711
Madison Councourse Hotel, 1 West Dayton Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53713,
Rate: $149.00 Single/Dbl. Occupancy
Discounted rate is good through January 16, 2019, use group reference code- Black History Education Conference
Parking: Reduced parking rates for day attendees, $5.00 per spot in the hotel parking facility.
Check in at 3:00p.m, check out at 11:00a.m
Hotel Red, 1501 Monroe Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Rate: King Executive: $129, Premier Studio Suite: $169
Discounted rate is good through December 31, 2018, use group reference code- Black History Education Conference
Reservations: 608 819-8228
Parking: Self valet parking in the hotels underground structure and shuttle service provided to local attractions. Parking is complimentary, most spaces are sheltered and are accessible on the Regent side of the building.