National Title One Conference

Recently, I attended the National Title One Conference in Nashville, TN.  
This awesome four-day conference was held at the gorgeous Opryland Hotel!  
My teaching team had the best time and learned some good stuff!  
On Monday, our keynote speaker was Dr. Steve Perry {sorry Journey fans...not THAT Steve Perry!  hee hee}  I could have listened to him all day!  AwEsOmE!!! 
You know how I love to learn more about and implement Brain Based Activities, right?  So, I LOVED the session, The Brain Campaign, led by Rick DuVall.  My next post will be dedicated to what I learned in this session!
But then.....
The highlight was hearing Harry and Rosemary Wong!  Oh yeah!!!  It was a GREAT way to end the conference!!! I'll leave you with some photos of our FUN after the sessions were done each day!!!
(picture from our balcony)
Getting our hair "did" for dinner!
This was a great place in the hotel to sit and unwind...

overlooking the waterfalls, sipping your beverage of choice, relaxing, and hanging with your friends!
One of the bridges in the hotel
Checking out this HUGE hotel!!!
We found Shrek's house, but no one was home...or at least, he wouldn't open the door for these kuh-Razy teachers!!!  tee hee
EATING at some awesome places...
AND SHOPPPPPING, baby!!! not only did we learn some awesome, beneficial stuff, but we ate well and had LOTS of fun hanging together which we rarely ever get to do!  It's awesome to get to know your cohorts outside of the walls of the school building!  My teaching team is AWESOME!!!
Until next time...waving from The Teacher's Chatterbox,


  1. Wow! That sounds like so much fun! In our corporation with all of the funding cuts we can't "go" to PD. It's a bummer it is so nice to be able to collaborate and process new information with those that you work with! It looks like y'all had a ton of fun!
    Second Grade is Out of This World!

  2. Very cool! I too went to the National Title 1 conference and loved Rick DuVall. I have a question for you. I loved his presentation, but had to leave in the middle with a personal issue. I have been scouring his resources and the internet to fill in the rest of my answers on the "10 Ways" sheet. I am a bit embarrassed to ask, but thought it would not hurt to try. Is there some where I can get the rest of the answers to my handout. If not, I understand it is my loss. Thank you. Laura


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