Where Are You Going this Summer?

May 8, 2014

Dear Educator,
I’m delighted to personally invite you to the educational events of the year—the 2014 SDE National Conferences this summer in New Orleans, LA (June 25-27) and Las Vegas, NV (July 7-11).These conferences offer high-powered innovative content to challenge you to think critically and creatively in an interactive and engaging setting.

This year, SDE features a new event—Reading, Writing, Math & More! Practical Strategies in an Era of High Expectations in New Orleans, as well as the return of a popular favorite, I Teach 1st! in Las Vegas. Both are packed with essential information in lively, quality presentations. The perennially-popular I Teach K!, SDE’s National Conference on Singapore Math Strategies, and SDE’s National Conference on Differentiated Instruction are all returning with even bigger all-star lineups, new and sought-after presentations, and innovative, immediately-applicable techniques for making your classroom extraordinary. Additionally, SDE is hosting two powerful pre-conferences in Las Vegas on July 7th full of best practices and priceless networking: SDE’s Administrator Summit and Power Up! (Technology Integration).

I will personally be presenting at Reading, Writing, Math & More!I Teach K!I Teach 1st!, and National Conference on Differentiated Instruction, and I hope to see you there—or at any of the other outstanding SDE 2014 National Conferences. Nowhere else will there be so much offered on the professional development learning spectrum this summer! I know that you’ll return to your classroom re-energized and ready to tackle a new school year with fresh, inspiring strategies!
Don’t forget to use my personal discount code:
SS10 to receive 10% off your tuition when you register for one of these national conferences.
See you this summer!

Shannon SamulskiShannon Samulski
P.S. Did you know?
With the paid registration of a staff member, a principal from the same building may attend the same number of days tuition-free.*

Where will you be this summer? I am presenting at all 5 conferences…won’t you join me? Check out the video link below, you may see me!

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