Rafe Esquith: Shakespeare & Rock n’ Roll

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Innovative Teaching Strategies Keynoter Rafe Esquith is an internationally known author and speaker, but he still teaches 5th grade — to mostly ESL students — at Hobart Elementary in Los Angeles.

Watch Rafe Esquith share the foundations of his unique 5th-grade curriculum.

Esquith’s Room 56 is a culture built upon respect and the belief that his students can triumph over circumstances by learning skills that help them thrive not only in 5th grade, but later in life.  Rafe is the author of Teach Like Your Hair’s on Fire and Real Talk for Real Teachers.

The Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference provides an opportunity for teachers, administrators, curriculum directors and other educators to learn new insights and strategies for reaching and teaching students PreK-12. It emphasizes evidence-based and novel instructional practices from national-exemplary programs.

Advance Registration $395
(Until May 31st)

Regular Registration $425

LAS VEGAS PRE-CONFERENCE SESSIONS:

Pre-Conference Day is June 21st.  REGISTER HERE!

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