Join us for this full-day conference where you'll have the opportunity to learn from your colleagues as we talk about ways to help our students successfully transition from high school to college. This conference will feature breakout sessions, panels, and poster sessions with plenty of time for one-on-one conversations and making connections with educators from around the region.
May 22, 2019
Park in Lot T (across from the Liberal Arts Building). Handicapped parking is available in Lot W behind Drake Memorial Library.
Registration is hosted by Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES. You will need to create an account in MyLearningPlan if you don't already have one. If your institution is not listed under District/Institution, please select “Other, Not on List” and then type the institution's name under Building/Division.
We’re looking for poster sessions to showcase research projects from both high school and first year college level that represent a wide range of student experiences.
Graduating in to the Social / Digital World
The College Writing Readiness Journey
Preparing students for their first-year college experience using an individualized learning platform
Tony DeFranco, Campus Strategist, SUNY OER Services, SUNY System Administration, Lisa Stephens, Asst. Dean, Digital Edu., UB Engineering AND Christine Tinnesz, Assistant Professor, UB
Building a Culture of Non-fiction Reading in High School
Brett Daggs, Librarian, Pittsford Mendon HS
High School to College Connection: Collaborative Projects that Bridge the Research Skills Gap
Nicole Waskie-Laura, Assistant Director for Instructional Technology and Education Resources. Broome-Tioga BOCES
Student Resilience & Academic Success
Zaula Kennedy, Second Year Experience Coordinator AND Pam Setek, Academic Advisor, SUNY Brockport
Mindfulness: Practices in a High School Setting