NRCPara Conferences

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Regional Conferences 2021

Join us BEGINNING Fall 2021 for 2 days of virtual professional learning, networking, & support.

Teachers, administrators, parents, policymakers, representatives of colleges, universities, unions, and other professional organizations are welcome too!

SAVE THE DATES!!

  • Western Regional NRCPara Conference October 27-28, 2021
  • Central Regional NRCPara Conference December 8-9, 2021
  • Eastern Regional NRCPara Conference January 12-13, 2022

NRCPara Conferences are a great opportunity to:

  • Meet and network with paraeducators, teachers and administrators from other school districts, states and countries; and
  • Discover the latest training programs and discuss models for paraeducator-to-teacher career pathways with community college and university personnel; and
  • Attend diverse workshops covering literacy and math common core, small group instruction, ELL, early childhood, supervision, writing, proactive behavior management, autism, strategies for students with significant cognitive disabilities, MTSS (Multi- Tiered Systems of Student Support), and more.

5 Reasons You Will Want to Attend the Next Conference!

You don’t want to miss this opportunity to:

  1. Meet and network with paraeducators, teachers and administrators from other school districts, states and countries.
  2. Attend diverse workshops covering literacy, small group instructions, ELL, supervision, writing, math, proactive behavior management, autism, strategies for students with significant cognitive disabilities, and others.
  3. Learn techniques for communication & building effective teacher/paraeducator teams.
  4. Hear about model programs and systems for paraeducators, their supervising teachers and school administrators.
  5. Walk away with ideas that you can implement in your own school districts or classrooms.