5 Research-Based Strategies You Can Turn into Products Right Now - TWX01
Jennifer Gonzalez from Cult of Pedagogy
Every teacher wants to deliver instruction in a way that engages students and results in long-term learning...and they are looking for resources to help them do it. Quickly learn five research-based instructional strategies: Inductive Learning, Concept Attainment, Jigsaw, Mind's Eye, and Reciprocal Learning, and get specific suggestions for developing each one into products for any grade level or content area. You'll leave with new ideas for fantastic resources and the ability to explain the research behind why they work, so you can pass that knowledge along to teachers.
Audience: Established and Advanced
The Real Truth From a Successful Seller - TW09
Erin Cobb from Lovin Lit
In this can’t-miss session for established and advanced sellers, Erin Cobb from Lovin Lit will get right down to business with the practical, no-fluff advice that you need to hear. With a focus on time management, marketing, and getting your store noticed, Erin will help you discover how successful sellers work smarter and harder by focusing only on the tasks that matter. You’ll leave this session fired up with actionable tips and a to-do list to get your store on the right track. You won’t want to miss out on the seller’s toolkit provided to session attendees, as well as the after-the-conference mentoring in an exclusive Facebook group for session attendees only.
Audience: Established and Advanced
Master the Inner Game of TpT Success - TW10
What’s the key to reaching your full potential? It just might be identifying and overcoming limiting subconscious beliefs about money and becoming successful on TpT. Teacherpreneurs will get in touch with what "limiting beliefs" translates to, why you might have adopted those beliefs, how they are keeping you from reaching your potential, and how to reprogram your thinking.
Audience: Beginner and Established
Marketing Face to Face - TW11
Michele Luck from Michele Luck’s Social Studies
Bring your questions, ideas, and experiences. Michele, our resident conference expert, will lead a lively Q&A on exhibiting and presenting at local, state, and national conferences and the best ways to represent your TpT store and brand. Discussion will include finding opportunities, registering for conferences, budgeting to exhibit or present, representing yourself and others, and leaving a lasting impression on conference attendees.
Build Your Authentic Facebook Presence - TW12
Catherine Reed - Catherine Reed The Brown Bag Teacher
If you’re ready to bring your TpT store to Facebook, you’ll need to tap into what makes you special and unique and bring that to each and every post. From engaging ideas about what to share to tips on clean, appealing photos to practical how-tos for Facebook promotions and ads, Catherine will walk you through how she developed and maintains a Facebook presence that’s true to herself and to her brand.
What’s Your Number for Financial Freedom? - TW13
To some people, financial freedom means retirement. It could also be that point from which you’re working just for fun. Everyone is different. Some want to retire at 45. Others want to work until they’re 65 or older. So, how much should you be saving each year to gain financial freedom? By the end of this session, you’ll know. You’ll have your personal number.
Each attendee should bring:
- A laptop
- Those who have an investment portfolio will need to know what it’s worth
- Those who receive rental real estate income will need to know how much they get each month
Differentiating for All Learners Panel - TW14
Christine Reeve from Autism Classroom News with Cheri Chin from Super Power Speech, Gabrielle Dixon from Teaching Special Thinkers, Jenna Rayburn from Speech Room News, and Melissa Toth Finch from Autism Adventures
Specialty Sellers have an expert eye view into what qualities make resources truly supportive for all learners and learning styles. Get insider info from a variety of Special Education professionals. Find out how to ensure your resources are as adaptable as they possibly can be for every student's needs. These thoughtful tips and approaches will benefit the classroom teacher and specialists alike. When you create highly adaptable resources, you helps teachers to make the accommodations and modifications they need to allow every student to succeed.
Audience: All levels