Login:Password:
Forgot Login / Password?
Main Dropdown Menu
CAIS Menu
Printer Friendly
CAIS Events
2012 Southern Regional Meeting
March 5, 2012 9:30 am - 2:45 pm

Location:Campbell Hall
4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA 91607
View Location Web Site
Standard Registration Rate:$90
Standard Registration Deadline:Friday, February 10, 2012
Late Registration Rate:$100

           

The Regional Meeting offers attendees a broad spectrum of workshops in twelve discipline areas, early and intermediate elementary education, many workshops of general interest, plus a Featured Speaker. It also provides an opportunity for classroom teachers and administrators to share their ideas, knowledge, and expertise with their colleagues from the CAIS community by presenting workshops.

Morning coffee/tea and pastries, plus lunch are included in the registration fee.

ADDED ATTRACTION: Joining us after an acclaimed appearance at the 2011 Northern Regional Meeting, Dacher Keltner, professor of psychology at University of California, Berkeley, will be our FEATURED SPEAKER. Dr. Keltner is Professor of Psychology at University of California, Berkeley, author of Born to Be Good, and founder of Greater Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life (http://greatergood.berkeley.edu).

Registration is now open.
Click here for more information.
CONFERENCE RESOURCES:

The Compassionate Instinct: A Darwinian Tale of 
Survival of the Kindest- Dacher Keltner


Towards Empathetic Schools- Dacher Keltner


Ten Tips for a Meaningful Life- Dacher Keltner


Workshop 1-24: 6 Things You Should Know: Ancient Texts and 21st Century Literacy Skills


Workshop 1-57: Accurate Determination of the Volume of an Irregular Helium Balloon Using Achimedes Principle and the Ideal Gas Law


Workshop 1-66: "The Qualities of Quality" Arts Assessment Model


Workshop 2-30: Bring Your Classroom to Life Through Drama!






CAIS
Member Directory   Contact Us   Home
4450 Lakeside Drive, Suite 375
Burbank, CA 91505
tel : 818.845.0800
fax : 818.845.0888
CAIS is an organization of approximately 200 elementary, middle and secondary schools in California. The Association serves and strengthens its schools by:
  • setting standards of academic quality and ethical conduct
  • facilitating the professional growth of faculty, administrators, and trustees
  • promoting ethnic and socio-economic diversity