Living Life in
An event for people passionate about Middle Level Education
Date: Thursday, April 26th
Time: 5:00pm - 7:30pm
Location: Edinboro University in Van Houten South
Cost: $20.00 per person
Act 48 Credit is available
Registration includes a pasta bar dinner
Complete the registration form on the back of the flier and register by Friday, April 13th.
Please click the link below for a registration form.
NWPAMLE - Spring Conference.18.pdf
For more information please contact Anneliese Ledebur at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learning Sessions Include:
Using a Team-Building to Enhance Social Equity
Heidi AbiNader, Principal, Sharpsville MS
Working within the psychomotor, cognitive, and affective domains, students will participate in activities that teach them how to collaborate, build trust, problem solve, and communicate effectively. The skills developed will help prepare students to face the challenges of adolescence. Additionally, a stronger sense of school community will strengthen our school discipline model, Restorative Justice/Youth Court. Students will complete self-assessments regularly to demonstrate growth in self-esteem and empathy.
Anneliese Ledebur, Teacher, Titusville MS
Kolb’s experiential learning model can be used in any middle level classroom regardless of content. This model is ideal as it is low cost and requires minimal set-up. During the session, presenters will demonstrate the experiential learning model through many hands on activities. Attendees will leave the session with various examples of classroom application and resources.
Come join fellow middle-level teachers, faculty and staff members for a night of professional development geared to your favorite age group….YOUNG ADOLESCENTS! It will be a time of networking, brainstorming, and most of all fun. So register now for this event!