Roane State’s Symposium on Powerful Teaching, set for Saturday, February 25, will feature Nancy Surrett Gregg, a member of King University’s School of Education.
The annual event, now nearly a decade old, will be held in the O’Brien Theatre on the college’s main campus in Harriman.
Online registration is available through February 17 at www.roanestate.edu/symposium.
Same-day registration and check-in begins at 8:15 a.m. February 25 in the lobby. All area K-12 educators are invited, and many typically attend the symposium.
The cost is $15 and covers breakfast, lunch and materials.
The keynote address by Gregg, an assistant professor of education at King University, will begin at 8:50 a.m. It’s titled “Leading Students to Learn,” and it will be followed by sessions in classrooms on the second floor of the O’Brien Building.
Gregg’s background includes stints as a first- and second-grade teacher, and she also served as a counselor/teacher in grades 5-8.
She’s worked with numerous U.S. Department of Education grant projects at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Those grants focused on supporting educational goals of low-income students, many of whom are the first family members to enter college.
Her specialties include multicultural education, educational partnerships, grant writing, and instructional methods.
For more information, contact Cody Villarreal at (865) 354-3000, extension 5312, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This press release was submitted by Owen Driskill.
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