The Orlando Summit Has Been Rescheduled to August 5-8
We Look Forward to Welcoming You to Atlanta, Las Vegas & San Antonio as Scheduled
Innovative Schools Summit
The Innovative Schools Summit assembles internationally recognized innovators together with practicing educators and consultants who are currently finding success with cutting-edge best practices and research-based methodologies in education. These multi-day events provide an opportunity for counselors, teachers, administrators and other educators to learn about new insights and strategies for reaching and teaching students PK-12. In 2020, the Summit will be hosted in four great locations (Atlanta, Las Vegas , Orlando & San Antonio), each covering 5 topic-specific National Conferences – providing a unique opportunity for attendees to learn key insights from a broad spectrum of experts and colleagues from around the country.
Orlando Summit Has Been Rescheduled to August 5-8
In light of the recently declared National State of Emergency, the Innovative Schools Summit Orlando has been rescheduled to August 5-8, 2020 at the Caribe Royale. Registrations will automatically be transferred to the new Orlando date, but should you desire to transfer to another Summit, or obtain a voucher good for 3 years for future AccuTrain events, please email us at OrlandoSummit@AccuTrain.com. Please be aware that there could be delays, but please be assured that our team is attempting to respond to each request in a timely manner.
Since your hotel reservation was made directly with the Caribe or wherever you planned to stay, don’t forget to change your reservation directly with them. The Caribe can be reached at https://www.cariberoyale.com/ or 800-823-8300.
What to Expect at the Innovative Schools Summit?
What Do Educators Have to Say about the Summit?
The Innovative Schools Podcast features conversations with authors, researchers, consultants and nationally-recognized speakers & educators who will be presenting at upcoming Innovative Schools Summits.
These conversations also include discussions on student mental and behavioral health, classroom behavior, school climate & culture, innovative teaching methods, student safety and more.
Recent Innovative School Summit Posts
Jessica Sinarski is a certified adoption therapist, clinical supervisor, author and educator who brings important insights to the realm of attachment issues and early trauma
The Adverse Childhood Experiences study has shown that the impact of family trauma can be a heavy burden on the physical, mental and social health
“If HipHop can grab them like that, and if science is a piece of who they are, and if there’s so much science in HipHop,
Reward/punishment approaches often fuel the fire, especially for the most explosive personalities and challenging behaviors. Dr. Stuart Ablon believes students need certain critical thinking skills
Each Summit Location features up to 6 Conferences
Attendees to the Innovative Schools Summit are able to attend sessions from all Conferences (on a space-available basis).
The discussion around school discipline can be polarizing. But almost everyone agrees that students need to be in class in order to succeed academically, and that suspensions and expulsions should be as rare as possible. And almost everyone agrees that student and educator safety should be top priority. This Conference is a must-attend gathering for educators focused on improving academic performance by applying the most current innovations and research to behavior intervention and classroom management.
Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference
Atlanta | San Antonio
For the past 12 years, this Conference has brought focus to the problem of relational aggression among girls. Many of the field-tested interventions presented at this unique gathering encourage friendship, sisterhood and building other types of supportive relationships – hence the added emphasis on female empowerment.
School Climate & Culture Forum
Orlando | Atlanta | Las Vegas
This event features practical, real-world initiatives that are successfully transforming the quality, character and personality of schools. It showcases programs, assessments and tools proven to improve school culture and climate. Evidence-based and research-based interventions will be introduced, while the forum also highlights high-potential efforts currently being implemented in the laboratory of everyday school life.
At-Risk & Struggling Students Conference
Atlanta | San Antonio
This conference focuses on evidence-based programs and strategies that educators can use to prevent dropouts and to help students experience success in school. More than 1.2 million students in the United States and Canada drop out of high school each year (with the percentages skewed toward males, low-income and minority students).
Wired Differently: Trauma Informed Schools
Now in its seventh year, the Wired Differently Conference will offer a wide array of critical insights and best practices for reaching and teaching students with a variety of emotional and behavioral challenges – especially trauma, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), PTSD and related issues. Principals, other administrators, general ed teachers, special needs teachers, resource teachers and paraprofessionals attending the Wired Differently Conference will benefit from tools, recommendations and strategies for working with this often high-potential portion of the student population.
Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference
Orlando | Las Vegas | San Antonio
This 3-day conference will provide an opportunity for teachers, administrators and other educators to learn about new insights and strategies for reaching and teaching students (PreK-12). It will emphasize evidence-based and novel instructional practices from national-exemplary programs currently being used in schools.
NextGen School Safety Conference
Tragedies such as the shootings in Parkland, FL and Sandy Hook, CT have brought increased attention to school safety. The 2019 NextGen School Safety Conference will focus on steps that schools can take to prevent tragedies such as Sandy Hook, while also addressing steps that can be taken to prevent “everyday” tragedies – such as a teacher suffering a serious back injury, a teenager suffering a serious concussion or a second grader stepping in front of a school bus.
Counseling Strategies & Resources Conference
The 9th Annual Counseling Strategies & Resources is being held in Orlando in 2020, and brings together well-known featured presenters. This conference will also feature best practices from educators and other professionals working with youth. Some programs will be research-tested, while others will be promising, innovative approaches created by practicing professionals to help them better connect with different types of students.
Boy Brains & Engagement Conference
Orlando | Las Vegas
Recent education research has focused much more on the learning, social outcomes and schooling experiences of boys. Boys are more likely to be held back, suspended or expelled — or to drop out of school altogether. This conference helps educators support the unique neurochemistry of the male brain and improve academic outcomes.
Social-Emotional Learning Forum
Atlanta | San Antonio
Truly effective schools not only help students pass their academic exams and state-mandated tests, but also prepare those students to pass the tests of life. Ironically, research shows that helping young people manage their emotions and build positive relationships not only prepares them for “real life,” but also helps them succeed academically. The Social-Emotional Learning Forum focuses on research-based and classroom-originated interventions, lessons and curriculums that help students manage their emotions, achieve goals, express heart-felt empathy for others, maintain positive relationships and make successful personal decisions.
Questions? Let us Know!
What Past Attendees Have to Say…
Who Should Attend?
– School Counselors (PK-12)
– Classroom Teachers
– Special Education Personnel
– School Administrators
– Social Workers
– School Resource Officers
– Community & Faith-Based Youth Workers
– After-School Program Coordinators
– Other Professionals Working with Young People