Even if the dates don't work, sign up anyway and I'll share other options with you!
Take a look at what we did last year (this year's topics will be different, but seeing last year's lineup will give you a great idea of what we've got in store for you this year).
What is the MSELA Summit?
The MSELA Summit is a back-to-school virtual conference hosted each summer by Laura Kebart, M.Ed. and that features interviews and trainings with experienced teachers who believe in achieving an actual harmony between teaching and living.
This year's BIG FOCUS is STUDENT ENGAGEMENT: Each day of the MSELA Summit will focus on the specific challenges and solutions to engaging students in reading and writing all year long through proven strategies, tech tools, classroom management, unit planning, and time management.
The topics, ideas, freebies, and action steps you will learn over these five days are all designed to help you get organized, set up your classroom, and engage your middle school ELA students in a realistic way that allows you to enjoy life outside the classroom.
By the end of the event, you'll know what you're doing this coming school year.
Is the MSELA Summit really free? Yes! You can watch all the free session interviews with every speaker when they go live this Monday at no cost. There are opportunities to upgrade your learning experience if you wish to binge - view everything whenever you want, which you'll learn more about after you register.
Who is the MSELA Summit for?The MSELA Summit is designed for an audience of both new AND experienced Middle School ELA Teachers. These are reading and writing (English / Language Arts) teachers who desire actionable, realistic strategies and ideas to implement not just at the beginning of the school year, but all year long!
As Middle School ELA teachers, we have our own special needs that other content areas or grade levels just don't deal with. No one person has all the answers, but pulling together an incredible team of teachers from all over the country with a diverse amount of experiences, knowledge, and backgrounds, will provide the BEST professional opportunity to learn and implement new strategies that grow your students while helping you teach and live with joy this year.
If you are ready to start your teaching journey (or if you've been at this a while and need to restart with a fresh perspective from teacher experts who GET IT), then this virtual conference is perfect for you!
What if I have plans, appointments, or if I just can't view all the sessions at once? Upgrade to the All-Access Pass for 24/7/365 access to the sessions until July 2022. You can watch at your own pace and you can re-watch your favorites (so helpful when you see something in July or August but you don't want to implement it in your class until March--you can re-watch as much as you wish!). Plus, with the All-Access Pass, you get dozens of classroom resources to use all throughout the year on top of the other MSELA Summit bonuses.
Does it include a Professional Development (PD) certificate?With your All-Access Pass, you get 30+ hours of PD certificates to serve as a record of your time. This is a fantastic way to not only learn what you personally want to learn as you start prepping for the new school year, but also to serve as documentation that you can add to your continuing education files!
I serve super-busy Middle School ELA Teachers who choose personal family time over prepping for class.
Being a Middle School ELA teacher has its own special needs that other content areas just don't deal with. No one person has all the answers, but pulling together an incredible team of teachers from all over the country with diverse experiences, knowledge, and backgrounds will provide the BEST professional opportunity to learn, ask questions, and implement new strategies that grow your students while helping you teach and live with joy this year.
Through my members-only Lesson Plan Community, I provide middle school ELA teachers with bell-to-bell lesson plans & curriculum every day, all year long, for 6th, 7th, & 8th grade so they can teach with joy while living an actual life outside the classroom.