Southeast Arizona Teachers' Academy
June 3-6, 2019
at Eastern Arizona College
- Keynote speaker: Patti Wren
- Register early. See details below:
- All Graham and Greenlee County educators are invited to attend SEATA at no cost.
- To meet the needs of our Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade educators, we will have over 100 break-out sessions focusing on best practices across the curriculum.
- Attendees will earn up to 24 hours of professional development credit.
- SEATA is open to certified educators, early childhood education providers and pre-service educators who will be certified and contracted to teach by August 2019.
- Some of the confirmed session topics include: Math and Literacy for our Youngest Learners, Implementing Successful Problem Solving, Positioning Parents as Mathematics Educators, Go Paperless! EquatIO…, Early Childhood Everyday, ALiCE Training, Classroom Management, Web Tools, Creating Embedded Assessments, Faith Ringgold’s Story Quilts, Make Your Classroom a Place Students Want to Be!, Google Classroom = Unlimited Possibilities, A Resilient Teacher – You Can Bounce!, Personalize Learning in Google with Read&Write, SEE and WWH SETS: Make Student Writing Visible, Math Mysteries Revealed, Measuring Brain Torque, Building Fraction Sense, Get Your Teach On, Relationships to the Rescue!, Get them Moving – Total Participation Techniques, Rigor in Action, Science Grab Bag and dozens more!
- Everyone attending should complete this process. In mid-May, you will receive an email directing you to select the break-out sessions of your choice. Your schedule of sessions will be provided at SEATA check-in during the week of
Monday June 3, 2019 in the Gherald Hoopes Activity Center at Eastern Arizona College.
- Please preregister by March 29, 2019.
After this date, SEATA will be opened up to other counties. *Out of Graham and Greenlee County fees are $50 per day.
We will be offering sessions across the curriculum, including technology integration sessions for all subjects.
SEATA is brought to you by Graham County School Superintendent Donna McGaughey and Greenlee County School Superintendent Tom Powers with generous support from the United Way of Graham and Greenlee Counties.