Annual Learn Local Conference for educators set for March 2 at Wright State

Local educators and administrators can learn from others making a positive impact in their communities through service and education at Wright State University’s 12th annual Learn Local Conference on Saturday, March 2, starting at 8 a.m. in Allyn Hall on the Dayton Campus.

The free professional development conference will feature presentations to help educators improve their effectiveness and relationships.

The conference will offer a variety of breakout sessions, including traditional 45-minute presentations, 20-minute presentations and 10-minute speed sessions, on such topics as culturally responsive teaching, family engagement, intellectual learning/teaching and project-based learning. It also offers educators and administrators opportunities to network with others from local schools and community organizations.

The conference is open to P–12 educators, school counselors, administrators, community organization partners and Wright State students, faculty and supervisors.

To register or learn more about the conference, visit

Wright State’s Office of Partnerships and Field Experiences has nine P–12 partner districts that encourage participation and continue to provide many presenters and attendees for the conference. In the past, the conference has attracted nearly 225 educators from over 30 school districts.

The Wright State University Learn Local Conference is sponsored by Wright-Patt Credit Union.

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