The Morning Sessions offer new ways of looking at education in the classroom, the school, and the community. Their primary aim is to raise provocative questions and foster potential ideas for change and innovation. The topics for these sessions were inspired by the discussions with MSSC members and address some of the most current and challenging issues in the field of education.
For more specific information about each Session, please click on the Magnifying Glasses below or the Session Blocks to the right:
(Re)Viewing Curriculum and Assessment in Learning Communities
with Heidi Hayes-Jacobs
(Re)Imagining Technology in the Humanities Classroom: From History to histories*
with Judith Cramer
(Re)Considering Second LanguageLearners in the Classroom
with Barbara Hawkins
(Re)Envisioning Authenticity: The Role of Performance-Based Assessments in a Standards-Driven World
with René Schillinger
If you have any questions about the Morning Sessions, please contact the Contact MSSC.
Note about Registration:
You must register with MSSC to attend the conference keynote addresses and breakout sessions. Sessions listed as “limited registration” will be capped at 25 people. In order to reserve a place in one of these sessions, you must indicate your preferred session when you register. All other sessions are on a first come, first serve basis. You are more than welcome to reserve a space in these sessions when you register with MSSC.