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ATE's 2021 Summer Conference
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Special Features such as:
Roni HabibFounder of EQ Schools, public speaker, educator, Leadership + Emotional Intelligence consultant
Associate Vice President for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, Associate Professor of Leadership Studies, Coach, & Author. LIVE, LOVE, LEARN, LEAD & LAUGH.
Ohio Department of Higher Education
Members Receive discounted Early Bird rate! Early Bird Deadline: _____st
The 2021 Summer Conference of the Association of Teacher Educators will be held online. July 30 -Aug 3, 2021.
The theme selected by President Hicks is: Equipment for Teaching, Equipment for Living: Helping to Form the Antifragile Teacher
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Two pre-conference workshops will be offered on ____________________, in advance of the 2021 Summer Conference. Following are descriptions of the workshops. Click here for additional information on the workshops.
CAEP- Accreditation for
Virtually Yours: Acquiring Essential
Strategies to be a
Better Mentor Teacher in Times of
Crisis and Change
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Pre-Conference _____________ 2021
Summer Conference July 30 - August 3, 2021
View the ATE 2021 Online Summer Conference Schedule Soon!
We have some incredible guest speakers lined-up for our Summer Conference!
Saturday Opening General Session Speaker
Founder of EQ Schools, public speaker, educator, Leadership + Emotional Intelligence consultant
Roni Habib is an expert in helping leaders, educators, and parents become happier, more resilient, more connected to their purpose, and more playful. The founder of EQ Schools, he leads workshops and speaks in organizations nationally and abroad.
Early in his career, Roni struggled with the high stresses and demands of teaching even losing touch with why he wanted to be a teacher in the first place. It was so painful that he finally discovered the power of integrating mindfulness, emotional intelligence, and positive psychology in his own life as well as in his classroom and felt called to share this new approach with the world.
In the first four years of establishing EQ Schools, Roni has taught and inspired thousands of teachers, principals, superintendents, and parents.
Prior to earning his Masters of Education and teaching credential at Harvard University, he lived in Israel and Belgium. Most importantly though, Roni has a huge heart and loves helping people.
Sunday General Session Speaker
Associate Vice President for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion,
Associate Professor of Leadership Studies, Coach, & Author.
LIVE, LOVE, LEARN, LEAD & LAUGH.
Dr. Angela is a person of grace, grit, and gratitude. She aspires to see the art in each heart and the gold in each soul.
She is an educator, a licensed school administrator, and a PhD in educational psychology. The defining moment of witnessing the final speech of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. clinched her desire to lead in ways that contribute to human flourishing and alleviate human suffering. To those ends, she has served PK-12 as founding school principal, designer of a public charter school, consultant, executive coach, and school board member. She has served higher education at PWIs, an HBCU, an art college, and a college for women in the Middle East.
Currently, Dr. Angela serves as Associate Vice President for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion at the University of Central Arkansas and maintains the academic rank of Associate Professor of Leadership Studies.
She has children and grand candies who bring her great joy.
General Session Speaker
Ohio Department of Higher Education
Krista Maxson began her career in 1999 at Shawnee State University serving in multiple roles from Mathematics Professor and chair through Associate Provost. Prior to joining the Ohio Department of Higher Education in the fall of 2019, she served four years as Vice President of Academic Affairs at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, the state's designated Liberal Arts College.
Dr. Maxson currently serves as Associate Vice Chancellor for P-16 Initiatives overseeing college access and readiness, including Ohio's Federal GEAR-UP grant, Dual Enrollment (College Credit Plus), Educator preparation program review and accountability, and other education initiatives linked with the Ohio Department of Education and P-12 schools. With the position of Director for Educator Preparation remaining unfilled since January 2020 she has assumed the responsibilities and led the effort to revise the state's Educator Preparation program review process.
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