Catapult Learning To Exhibit at OAASFEP Conference 2012
Catapult Learning is extremely excited to be attending the OAASFEP Conference 2012 in Columbus OH. Please stop by the Catapult Learning booth to find out about the great work that Catapult Learning is doing in Ohio schools!
OAASFEP Conference: Inspiring the Best: Students, Teachers, Leaders
Announcing….Inspiring the Best: Students, Teachers, Leaders…the theme for the 2012 OAASFEP Title I/Federal Programs Spring Conference will indeed inspire you as an educator to learn new practices and understandings for your classroom or school. This highly successful Spring Conference will be held at the Columbus Hyatt Regency Convention Center, March 21-23, 2012, and will feature the many outstanding keynote or workshop presenters highlighted on this website. Preceding the conference will be the annual Administrators and Coordinators Workshop on Wednesday, March 21 featuring educators whose work and research focuses on topics pertinent for leadership. Registration packets were mailed out to all school districts on December 15th. In addition, online registration is available here at this website. In order to complete the registration form and process, each interested participant will need to review and select from the Conference Planner at this website which lists all of the workshop and learning session offerings for the conference. NO PRICE INCREASE….the fee is the same as 2009; and graduate credit is now available thru Ashland University to attend this conference. Please register early in order to insure your preferred choices for sessions! See you at the spring conference!
About: Catapult Learning
Achieving Beyond Expectations: Serving K-12 children who struggle with academics.
We believe the key to unlocking a child’s potential lies within a motivating learning environment that is sensitive to his or her unique instructional needs. That’s why we partner with schools and school districts to better understand the challenges children face, and offer customized solutions that range from small-group K-12 instructional intervention services, to extended-day and summer learning programs, to turnkey professional development and more.