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researchED Philadelphia 2019

16th November 2019 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm



KEYNOTE – Sonja Santelises – @SonjaSantelises

Dylan Wiliam, Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment at the UCL Institute of Education

Reading Instruction Teacher Panel, Moderated by Emily Hanford – @ehanford
Panelists/Teachers: Jasmine Lane (@MsJasmineMN), Lindsay Kemeny (@LindsayKemeny), Margaret Goldberg (@right2readproj)

Karin Chenoweth – @karinchenoweth
Max Eden – @maxeden99
Jared Myracle – @JaredMyracle
Nicole Furlonge – @NicoleFurlong
Eric Kalenze – @erickalenze
Dave Fortin – @stuckinphilly1
Cassy Turner – @Cassyt
Natalie Wexler – @natwexler
Benjamin Riley – @benjaminriley

Tom Bennett- @tombennett71

Amanuel Medhanie/@parsimonyinc

Andrew Watson- @AndrewWatsonTTB

Sharif El-Mekki @selmekki
Mike Petrilli/@MichaelPetrilli
Jon Gustafson/@MrGmpls

Education Media Panel
Moderator Chris Stewart/@citizenstewart, Beth Hawkins/@beth_hawkins, Matt Barnum/@matt_barnum

Callie Lowenstein/@calliepatton
Peggy Brookins/@Pbrookins44
V Darleen Opfer/@VDarleenOpfer
Glenn Whitman, CTTL/@gwhitmancttl
Katharine Beals & Catherine Johnson/@KatharineBeals & @smarterparrot
Dr. John Mohl/@JohnCMohl


Sonja Santelises

KEYNOTE - Leadership & Equity: Addressing Educational Redlining

Callie Lowenstein

Leveraging Language: Research Based Instruction for Our Emergent Bilinguals

Education Media Panel

Moderated by Chris Stewart

Jon Gustafson

A Profession of Buzzwords: Reclaiming and Redefining the Language of Teaching

Patrice Bain

Powerful Teaching

Nicole Furlonge

Cultivating A Listening Mind

Ashley Griffin & Davis Dixon

Moving from Problem to Solutions: Why Black Teachers Leave and What We Can Do to Make Them Stay

V. Darleen Opfer

Can the curriculum you use improve your teaching?

Peggy Brookins

Accomplished & Diverse Teachers: The Key to Transforming Teaching and Learning

John Mohl

Classroom Review Activities that Promote Retrieval and Metacognition

Natalie Wexler

The Knowledge Gap: Why We Teach Reading Comprehension In a Way That Doesn't Work

Andrew Watson

How to Be an Effective Skeptic

Reading instruction teacher panel

moderated by Emily Hanford

Amanuel Medhanie

How we found a way to help school districts quickly identify what’s working.

Michael Petrilli

Toward a Golden Age of Educational Practice

Jared Myracle

Knowledge Matters: Chapter One of a District Turnaround

Max Eden

Discipline Reform - The Rhetoric vs. The Evidence

Katharine Beals & Catherine Johnson

Facilitating Un-facilitated Communication in Autism: how systematic instruction and implicit learning can unlock what’s locked inside

Dave Fortin

Hannah Arendt's The Crisis in Education

Ian Kelleher & Glenn Whitman

Using the Science of Learning to Teach Teachers the Science of Learning

Karin Chenoweth

ExtraOrdinary Districts

Dylan Wiliam

How is educational research supposed to improve education?

Danielle Dennis & James Kilsby

Designing and Implementing a Primary Knowledge-Rich Curriculum

David Didau

Making Kids Cleverer: A manifesto for closing the advantage gap

Eric Kalenze

What the Academy Taught Us

Benjamin Riley

Learning by Scientific Design

Tom Bennett

Cassy Turner

How to derive basic facts so students can master them

Robert Pondiscio

Secrets of Success: How NYC's Success Academy Achieves Its Stellar Results
Thanks to our partnership with the Philadelphia Education Fund, Act 48 credits will be available to PA-based educators. To qualify, simply fill in your PPID during checkout and we will send your information to the PEF after the conference. 


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16th November 2019
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
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St. Joseph’s Preparatory School
1733 West Girard Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19130 United States
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