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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 • 9:20am - 10:30am
Respect, Family and Courage: Keeping the Rules Simple FULL

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Hear stories that will enable you to manage your classroom by implementing three simple rules: be respectful; be a family; be courageous. Having taught all levels of choir, band, and general music during her 39-year teaching career, Lori has a passion for creating community and fostering a safe environment in the classroom. Whether a Fine Arts teacher or not, you can benefit from this veteran teacher’s passion for excellence and humanness in the classroom.

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Lori Lyford

2017 AEF™ AZTOY Ambassador for Excellence, Chandler Unified School District
Lori Lyford has been teaching music in the public school system for 39 years. During that time, she has taught Band and Choir at the elementary, junior high and high school levels as well as K-6 General Music. Lori is a highly sought after educator and coach for adults in the women's a cappella organization of Sweet Adelines International. Her passion for singing and performing is only rivaled by her enthusiasm to help others achieve their best.


Friday March 31, 2017 9:20am - 10:30am
Eastburn 185

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