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Welcome to the SAIS virtual bulletin board for events hosted by schools and related organizations. 

MTSU Dyslexia Success Series - "Vocabulary and Comprehension Instruction in the Early Grades"

Bodine School, Germantown, TN
February 22, 2020


NBOA Annual Meeting

Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, Orlando, FL
February 23-26, 2020
Designed for CFOs, controllers, human resources professionals and other business and operational leaders in PK-12 education, this three-day meeting will help you get ahead of the challenges facing your independent school.
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NAIS Annual Conference

Philadelphia, PA
February 26-28, 2020
More than 4,500 members of the independent school community joined together in Long Beach, CA, to explore the theme of Reimagining Independent Schools: Tearing Down Walls, Building Capacity, and Designing Our Future.
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MTSU Fox Reading Conference (Live-streamed to the Erika Center at Bodine School)

Bodine School, Germantown, TN
March 21, 2020
The 2020 Fox Reading Conference continues the MTSU Center for Dyslexia Studies focus on Structured Literacy principles of direct, explicit, systematic, and diagnostic instruction. Structured Literacy integrates instruction in phonology, sound-symbol relationships, syllables, morphology, grammatical and text structure, and word and text meaning to support reading comprehension. Join us for a day of research-based knowledge and instructional methods that support reading skill development for all students shared by three nationally recognized literacy experts - Dr. Louisa Moats, Dr. Louise Spear-Swerling and Dr. Margie Gillis. The event will be LIVE STREAMED to the Erika Center at Bodine School in Memphis, TN so please note that in your registration.
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Faculty Summer Institute - Unconscious Bias: Girls, STEAM, & Leadership

Atlanta Girls' School, Atlanta, GA
June 17-19, 2020
Our increasingly complex global society calls on educators equipped to guide all students, and young women in particular, through an interdisciplinary and culturally relevant perspective. Join public and private school teachers at Atlanta Girls’ School as we explore stereotype threat, bias, and gain training to support underrepresented students interested in pursuing careers in STEAM.
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Lindamood Bell LiPS Workshop (Lindamood Sequencing for Phonemic Awareness, Reading, & Spelling)

Bodine School, Germantown, TN
July 13-15, 2020
This in-person training allows participants to fully experience the nuances of articulation and sound production. Students will learn to recognize how their mouths produce the sounds of language and this kinesthetic feedback enhances reading, spelling, and speech.
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AISAP Annual Institute

Intercontinental Hotel & Gleacher Center, Chicago, IL
July 19-22, 2020
This is the year to connect, learn, and grow as you work together with your Admission and Enrollment colleagues. At AISAP’s Annual Institute you’ll gather with fellow professionals to discuss new ideas, best practices and developing trends within the industry. It’s also a time to have fun and meet with new and old friends.
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Orton Gillingham Classroom Educator Course

Bodine School, Germantown, TN
July 20-24, 2020
This event is a part of the entry process to become certified at the Classroom Educator level by the Academy of Orton Gillingham Practitioners and Educators. Academy fellow and former head of school at the Schenck School, Gena Farinholt, will provide the training. The cost is $850 for 30 coursework hours with optional observation follow-up of 50 hours offered for an additional fee.
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The Enrollment Management Association Annual Conference

Chicago Marriott Downtown, Chicago, IL
September 22-26, 2020


TABS Annual Conference

Renaissance Washington Downtown, Washington, DC
December 3-5, 2020
Focusing exclusively on boarding school issues, TABS Annual Conference continues to be THE professional development venue for heads of schools, marketing, admission, academic, residential life, diversity/multiculturalism and campus health professionals and other administrators. In addition to valuable networking opportunities in the heart of Washington DC, the 2020 Conference will feature various session formats and tracks as well as pre-conference workshops lead by practitioners in our schools and other leading national and international education experts.
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Leadership Retreat
April 20-21 | Chattanooga, TN

Independent School Counselors Conference

June 14-16 | Greenville, SC

Institute for Heads

June 23-26 | Serenbe

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