2018 Fall Teachers Conference is INPEC

Published on April 27th, 2018

INPEC – Indiana Non Public Educator Conference is October 29-30, 2018 and the official teacher conference of the Indiana District.

Plan to attend, there is something for every teacher & administrator PS-Grade 12.  All the Indiana District Lutheran Schools and Early Childhood centers are members of INPEA and get the discounted registration rate.   Also plan to attend the Monday, October 29 Lutheran Worship Service and Teacher Anniversary Recognition following the last session.

Early Bird Registration ends August 13th    For complete infomration & registration details go to  inpea.org/for-educators/conferences-and-training/inpec/ 

Immerse yourself in a full day and a half of continuing education designed to develop your professional skills. New concepts and ideas on today’s most important issues will be introduced. You can help shape the education of students through professional development.

Take advantage of Early Bird Registration to receive a discounted rate on individual registrations or to take advantage of the INPEA Member Group Discount; submit your registration(s) before August 13th, 2018Click here to view pricing.

Innovative Featured Speaker Sessions

With so many intriguing sessions to choose from at INPEC 2018, here’s a quick peek at some of the upcoming Featured Speaker Sessions:

Ann Anzalone

Healing a Brain Exposed to Trauma | Tuesday, October 30 | 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Trauma and its impact on brain growth and development is powerful. This session focuses on understanding the effects of trauma on the developing brain. Understand the wisdom of the reflex patterns in protecting the body and their influence on learning. Stress has the power to wire and rewire the brain. Learn three specific techniques used to help students learn when they have shut down after being exposed to trauma, and to set students up to be successful learners by integrating the brain and fostering healthy brain growth factors.

Three Secrets of Behavior Management | Tuesday, October 30 | 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Learn how to teach students to manger their own behavior and how to talk with students to help them develop their thinking and problem-solving skills. This session identifies the necessity of setting external boundaries to enable students to set their internal boundaries. Teaching students how to be in tune to themselves and understanding that they are not their feelings is key to self-management.

Kim Strobel

Growth Mindset | Tuesday, October 30 | 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
This workshop will help teachers implement a growth mindset curriculum, which has been proven to lead to greater motivation levels and higher achievement for students, in their classrooms. Through experiential and interactive activities, you’ll learn strategies to increase you own growth mindset as an educator, as well as how to develop and integrate the growth mindset philosophy in the classroom.

Genius Hour | Tuesday, October 30 | 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

Genius Hour is taking the education world by storm! It’s a movement that allows our students to explore their own passions and interests and encourages creativity in the classroom by providing students a choice in what they learn during a set period of the school week. The Genius Hour concept is based on one of Google’s practices: they encourage that 20% of their employees’ work week be spent researching, investigating, and exploring a topic or passion of personal interest, one that is not directly tied to their job description but in line with the mission of the company. As a result, they’ve found that 50% of their best ideas come from that 20% of independent work. It is our job as educators to encourage critical thinking and inspire creativity – skills that are needed for the 21st century learner. Learners come alive in Genius Hour, motivation levels skyrocket, and students are completely engaged.

Follow the link below for more information!

View the 2018 Educational Sessions

Early Bird Registration

Take advantage of Early Bird Registration to receive a discounted rate. Submit your registration before August 13th, 2018!

Hotel Reservations

Discounted overnight room rates are available for the Conference. Room rates range from $139-$169 plus current 17% room tax for those pre-registering for the event. Book your hotel reservation during the online registration process, or complete and mail in the Registration Form with your reservation information. The hotels will not accept reservations directly. Hotel reservation deadlines start on 10/1/2018.