2018 Professional Issues Conference

The 2018 WEAC Professional Issue Conference will be held in beautiful downtown Green Bay October 26-28. The conference brings together hundreds of Aspiring Educator Members, Educational Support Professionals and Teachers for a weekend of learning and professional networking, as well as the opportunity to think, dialogue, and learn more about the professional issues you face daily. We invite you to join us for a weekend that puts your learning at the forefront!

The Friday night keynote is Brian J of GSAFE Wisconsin. Brian is the state’s leading expert on fostering safe schools and learning environments for LGBTQ+ youth. Saturday and Sunday are filled with 65 concurrent sessions led by respected members and UW instructors from multiple campuses. Breakout sessions are designed to help enrich your practice and find solutions to the most pressing educational issues including trauma informed care, improving instruction, culturally responsive pedagogy, social-emotional learning, and support for early career educators.

With lodging, meals, and top-notch presentations, there is no better value in professional development than the annual WEAC Professional Issues Conference.  To register please click on the register button. 

If you would like to see the agenda or sessions descriptions before you start to register, please download the agenda and session descriptions below. For conference costs, click on information (on the left side) and then fees (the agenda and descriptions are also listed under this tab).  Also, if you are from the area and do not need lodging, click on Drive-in Member (this is for active, and educational support professionals). 

 

Tentative Agenda

2018 Session Descriptions

 

Details

  • When

  • Friday, October 26, 2018 - Sunday, October 28, 2018
    7:00 PM - 12:00 PM
    Central Time

  • Where

  • Hyatt Regency/KI Center
    333 Main Street
    Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
    USA
    920 432 1234

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