Special Events


In addition to the regular conference programming, you can take advantage of the following events, many of which require pre-registration.
 
Title Description Time Location Activity Type Price Registration
Master Class Presented by NeuroLeadership Institute More details on this Master Class will be coming soon! Presenter Jeanine Stewart is a master facilitator and consultant at the NeuroLeadership Institute with doctoral-level background in neural development and brain plasticity, and subject-matter expertise in positive psychology and workplace culture. Get more details here. Thursday, March 3,
1:40 PM-2:40 PM
Online Not required
Book Club with Adam Grant Adam Grant, an organizational psychologist at Wharton (UPenn) and New York Times bestselling author, will participate in a live, moderated online discussion of his latest book, Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know. This event is included in your conference registration, and as an added bonus, you can order a copy of Think Again at a special discounted rate when you register. Get more details here. Thursday, March 3,
5:15 PM-6:15 PM
Online Not required
Master Class: Hopes and Fears: Leading Schools in A Polarized Climate Two years of a global pandemic would be enough to test even the most stable school systems. But couple a global health crisis with the type of social and political polarization our country hasn’t experienced in decades, and what you’ll find are schools on the brink. School leaders are whipsawed and exhausted, often subjected to sharp and public criticism from parents, students, faculty, and others across the political spectrum. How do these leaders cope? How can they cope and continue to make sound decisions for their schools (especially in crises) when even the decision-making process swiftly devolves into heated political debate? Psychologists Michael Thompson and Rob Evans will offer some concrete steps that can make a difference. Get more details here. Friday, March 4,
1:45 PM-2:45 PM
Online Not required