Tuesday, March 5, 201319th Annual National Character Education Conference is June 17-19 in Missouri
Character Education is the core to student academic achievement, building a positive school climate and developing caring and productive citizens. By attending the CHARACTERplus Character Education Conference this summer in St. Charles, Missouri, you’ll learn how it will positively change your world! The expertise of our presenters will provide you one of the most thought provoking culture-changing experience of your professional career. The keynote line up for 2013 is Michele Borba, Julia Cook, Kevin and Dave Kuschel, and (retired) General Stephen Lorenz.
2013 strands include:
• Whole-School Culture Bully Prevention
• Social/Emotional skills
• Curriculum Integration
• Academic Achievement
• Staff buy-in and collaboration
• Student Leadership
• Service Learning
• National Data Research & Trends
This year’s conference theme is No Matter how you Slice it, Character Education is the Core. Registration is open to all educators; to sign up to be on the conference enewsletter list to receive the latest program updates, click here.
CHARACTERplus is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year; it a program of Cooperating School Districts of Greater St. Louis.