ECET2MI= Elevating & Celebrating Effective Teaching and Teachers
ECET2 will be replacing the Network Conference this year. We have partnered with organizations in the past, but this year has some unique qualities. Held by teachers, for teachers, Elevating and Celebrating Effective Teaching and Teachers (ECET2) is a national conference model created and made possible by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Convening on December 7, 2015 at the Kellogg Center in East Lansing, it aims to inspire and empower teachers across the Michigan to grow, collaborate, and lead in a variety of ways to effect change in their classrooms, schools, districts, communities, and in the teaching profession. The goals of ECET2 align to with the Network’s mission to inspire, advance, and support excellence in education.
ECET2MI will feature local and national speakers and session leaders who influence education; including:
The belief behind ECET2 is that teacher leadership is critical to transforming student outcomes and strengthening the teaching profession. Chief organizer and 2014 Michigan Teacher of the Year Gary Abud asserted, “This isn’t just another conference; this is going to be a silo-busting summit of enterprising top-shelf teachers. This is going to be a community of educational change agents.”
Network Member Registration
How do I sign up?
ECET2 it is a one-day convening consisting of professional learning during the day and a celebration dinner in the evening. Currently, the organizers of the invitation-only event are accepting nominations for a limited 150 spots. Network of Michigan Educators are automatically nominated and should proceed to completing the application.
In the box next to "Name of the Individual who Nominated You" please type in The Network of Michigan Educators.
By filling out this application, you'll be considered for one of the 150 seats at the convening. Space is limited, so we encourage you to apply as soon as you are able.
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Advance. Educate. Inspire.