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Register for the Free Gen ATPE Webinar on Jan. 31

Association of Texas Professional Educators
Association of Texas Professional Educators

Date Posted: 1/17/2023

Your first year(s) in the classroom are never easy, and Texas’ newest generation of educators needs unique opportunities to learn from and network with each other. That’s the idea behind our newest member program, Gen ATPE, which provides unique educational and networking opportunities for ATPE members ages 30 or younger. No additional application or membership fee is required. To receive information on Gen ATPE opportunities, just make sure your correct birthdate is on file in your member profile.
Don’t miss our next free Gen ATPE webinar! Live webinar participants will earn one hour of continuing professional education (CPE) credit.
How to Connect with Your Students and Empower Learning
5:30 p.m. CT Tuesday, Jan. 31
Whether you’re working with 20 students or 200, it can be challenging to find ways to make connections with individual students—yet those interpersonal connections are game-changers when it comes to your students’ feelings about school. Learn how three veteran educators (all alumni of the Leadership ATPE program) connect and engage with students in ways that maintain important student-teacher boundaries. Be sure to bring your questions; the webinar will include time for live Q&A.
  • Roya Dinbali, biology, biotechnology, and forensics teacher, Nacogdoches ISD.
  • Clarice Cross, sixth grade science and seventh grade honors science teacher, Plano ISD
  • Amber Shipman, sixth grade math teacher and robotics coach/sponsor, Brownwood ISD