Southern Conference on Children
The Southern Conference on Children continues to serve childcare providers, directors, teachers, and parents by providing relevant, high-quality training on important issues. This one-day training event offers valuable information and state-approved training hours on evidence-based childcare practices and other related topics.
National Cross-Cultural Counseling and Education Conference for Research, Action, and Change
This conference serves as a professional diversity platform. Each year, clinicians, educators, higher education professionals, change agents and students gather for two days of critical interactions and community around topics of oppression, identity, society and social action. The conference’s renowned William Cross Jr. Lecture Series invites participants to deeply explore the topic of identity. With an emphasis on skill-building, attendees leave the conference with practical, actionable strategies that embrace anti-oppressive perspectives.
National Youth-At-Risk Conference
The National Youth-At-Risk Conference is designed to provide quality, relevant training for all people interested in the well-being of youth, including but not limited to: Teachers at all levels, Principals and Assistant Principals, School Counselors and Psychologists, Health and Human Service Counselors and Personnel, and many more.
Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy
The Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy (GICOIL) invites all K-12 and higher education faculty and staff, librarians, media professionals, writing instructors, teachers, and graduate students to join us for the opportunity to share research and best methods for teaching and learning information literacy! The conference allows participants to engage one another and learn the best practices for teaching these essential skills to students. Through this year’s virtual conference, you can discover how to apply crucial information literacy skills in your own settings.
Student Success in Writing Conference
The Student Success in Writing Conference (SSWC), established in 1999 to promote the success of students in writing courses at the secondary and post-secondary levels, is an intimate, one-day conference with national scope and blind-reviewed admissions. We are committed to offering practical workshops and theoretical presentations on topics related to the teaching and craft of writing. The conference also seeks to establish and maintain dialogue between college and high school educators.
Southeast Conference on Positive Behavior Interventions and Support
School-wide positive behavior interventions and supports (PBIS) is a systemic framework for addressing challenging behaviors within schools. The goal is to increase the academic and social behavior outcomes for all students.
Curriculum Studies Summer Collaborative Conference
CSSC brings together diverse individuals within and beyond the field of Curriculum Studies. The Collaborative was developed in 2010 to promote dialogue and cooperative action among established and emerging curriculum scholars, including graduate students.
Georgia Educational Research Association Conference
This one-day conference allows members of the Georgia Educational Research Association (GERA), and their graduate students, to share their research and progress as well as attend and participate in multiple research presentations. The conference also features the organization’s annual business meeting.
The Center for Social Gerontology Community Conference
This conference promotes successful aging and positive social change. Our goals are to enhance the quality of life, mental and physical health, and social well-being of older adults at all levels of capability.
Southeast Coastal Conference on Languages
The Southeast Coastal Conference on Languages & Literatures (SECCLL) is a scholarly conference gathering that attracts scholars from the region and beyond. SECCLL is oriented toward the participation of scholars from both public and private institutions of higher education.
Last updated: 1/5/2021