March 9, 2016 - Breakout Sessions

Augusta I&IIPractical Guide to Illinois workNet and How to Help People Achieve Career, Training and Employment Goals - Illinois workNet/Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Springfield

Broadway AClassroom Projects + Community Partnerships = Rigor & Relevance - Alden-Hebron School District 19, Hebron

Broadway BHost an Oxfam America Hunger Banquet - Alton High School, Alton

Broadway CFinding Your Pathway: Helping High School Students Navigate Their Potential Career Options - A.A. Stagg High School, Palos Hills

CoralKindness in Krisis - If What You're Doing Isn't Working, S.T.O.P. - Illinois Youth Center, Bloomingdale

JadeCaptivate Your Content Classes! - Momence CUSD #1, Momence

Marsalis BallroomCoding for Everyone - Prospect High School, Mount Prospect

New Orleans BallroomEnhanced CTE Project-Based Learning That Impacts Student Success - SREB, Brentwood

Preservation Hall ASTEM and the Common Core: A Literacy-Based Framework for Instruction - Reavis High School, Burbank

RubyCompetency-Based Learning - Williamsfield Schools, Williamsfield

Salon IIActive Teaching Strategies That Engage Reluctant Learners - The Middle Matters and More, Lexington

Salon IIITechnology Education -- Embracing the Future Without Leaving the Past - Herscher High School, Herscher

Salon IVLiving MiDream: The Point Where Talent and Passion Intersect - Newark High School, Newark

Salon VPreparing Students for Teaching: Curriculum, Competition, and Credentials - Illinois Network of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies, Bloomington

Salon VIProject Lead The Way--K-12 Problem-based STEM Opportunities - , Indianapolis

SapphireMath On Monday Developing the Mathematical Skills Needed in the Modern Workplace - Clinton High School, Clinton

Turquoise A&BSTEM Finance Learning Exchange: Online Games and Resources for the Classroom - Econ Illinois, NIU, Dekalb