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Hosted by Northern Arizona University College of Education, this conference provides a professional development opportunity for our teacher candidates as they interact with recognized outstanding teachers through keynote addresses and breakout sessions. Our teacher candidates will take away best practices used daily in the classrooms they will soon be overseeing as they enter the teaching profession. Please register for sessions below. 
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Friday, March 31 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Crisis Response in Schools: What a Beginning Teacher Needs to Know FULL

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Have you ever wondered or worried about how you will handle a school lock-down in the event of an unwelcomed school intruder? While crisis events of this magnitude are certainly scary, schools and personnel who are prepared can help students and colleagues respond and recover. This session will focus on the general process of school response to crisis events with an eye on preparing the beginning teacher, student teacher, and practicum teacher. This session will prepare you with guiding questions to take to your school site to help you locate and become familiar with the school’s crisis response plan and those who will support you in the classroom. Participants will have an opportunity to pose questions in this moderated panel discussion.


Moderators
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Hannah Jones, NBCT

Assistive Technology Specialist, Kyrene School District
Hannah is the Assistive Technology Specialist in the Kyrene School District. She holds bachelor’s degrees in Special Education and English-Literature, and a master’s degree in Special Education, all from Arizona State University. Go Devils! Hannah is also a National Board Certified Teacher as an Exceptional Needs Specialist. Hannah spent eight years as a special education teacher in the elementary and high school settings. She is... Read More →

Speakers
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Jim Lee

Arizona Department of Education
Jim Lee retired from the Paradise Valley Unified School District after 36 years of service where he served as a classroom teacher, principal, and district director of student services. During his nine-year tenure in student services, he facilitated emergency response planning for the district and all K-12 district schools. Jim currently serves as an Emergency Response Advisor for the Arizona Department of Education, and is a trainer for both... Read More →
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Alaina Adams, NBCT

Phoenix Union High School District
Dr. Alaina Adams is a Board Certified teacher who currently works as an assistant principal in the Phoenix Union High School District. Alaina spent the first 8 years of her career as an English Language Arts teacher and Department Chair. Over the past 13 years, she has taught English, Inclusion, AP Language and Composition, dual enrollment, and ESL Reading classes. She also partners with local universities as a curriculum developer... Read More →
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Patricia Young

Northern Arizona University
Dr. Young is a professional school counselor and counselor educator with over 20 years of experience as a teacher and counselor from grade 7 – graduate level. Currently, she is Coordinator of the M.Ed. in School Counseling Program at Northern Arizona University – North Valley. Her professional interests include issues in multicultural counseling and education, school counselor preparation and supervision and mentoring future school... Read More →


Friday March 31, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Eastburn 204