The CADRE Conference is an opportunity for the 2017-2018 CADRE Teachers to showcase their impact on students by sharing the action research that they implemented during their first year of teaching.
The CADRE Teachers will each make a 15 minute presentation in which they share how, specifically, their data determined an area/topic/strategy they wanted to research, what they discovered in their targeted research, and how they collected pre- and post-data to determine the results of the research implementation. The teachers will also share their analysis of the collected data and subsequent reflections pertaining to the impact of the implemented research on teaching and learning in their classrooms.
The CADRE Conference will take place on May 29 inside the Weitz CEC with presentations beginning at 4:00 P.M. and a program starting at 6:15 P.M.
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