CAIS Events
2015 Northern Regional Meeting
March 9, 2015 8:00 am - 2:45 pm

Location:Head Royce School
4315 Lincoln Avenue
Oakland, CA 94602
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Standard Registration Rate:$95
Standard Registration Deadline:Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Late Registration Rate:$105


At this time we have reached our maximum attendee capacity and registration for the event is now closed. Please email Lorena Macias at [email protected] to be placed on the waiting list. We appreciate your interest in and support of CAIS' professional development programs.


The Regional Meeting offers attendees a broad spectrum of workshops in twelve discipline areas, early and intermediate elementary education, many workshops of general interest, and Featured Speakers. The meeting 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. The cost is $95 per person. Register below. Registration deadline: Tuesday, February 17, 2015. A late registration fee will apply if space is available after the February 17 deadline.

At this time we are no longer accepting workshop proposals.

For more information contact:
Lorena Macias ([email protected]) or Cathy Shelburne ([email protected])

Click here to download the Regional Meeting App.



Workshops, parking, and more...

CONFERENCE RESOURCES:

3-46 Digital Music in Grades Four-Eight


1-22 Beginning the Process of Inquiry Based Teaching in Preschool/Pre Kindergarten/Kindergarten 1-22


3-13 GoReaderGo, A Literacy Resource


2-39 Connecting Orff Schulwerk and Balinese Gamelan


1-09 Executive Function: Your Skin, Your Game


2-05 Begin at the Beginning: Implementing Design Thinking


2-07 Creating a Culture of Professional Growth


1-13 Is HOMEWORK causing more harm than good?


3-17 Using Design Thinking to Develop a Unit of Study


First Steps in Differentiation


1-74 Identity of Self Through Art - The Creation of an Architectural Letter


1-55 Designing and Implementing a Successful Middle and Upper School Concussion Education and Prevention Program: From Idea to Implementation


3-04 Our School’s Move from Standardized Tests to Online Formative Assessments


3-59 Simulations in Physics


1-23 Brain Development for Early Childhood Educators: Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences


3-22 Using Low-Tech and High-Tech Strategies To Maximize Student Learning via the iPad


1-24 How to say No by saying Yes


3-41 Math Moves