Monday afternoon at the conference, I attended a wonderful session on teaching students with disabilities. Click here to view Natalie’s thorough notes!
After that, I attended an open forum for discussing ideas and solutions for local associations. To start, a representative from the Fox Valley Association of Wisconsin told us the story of how they applied — and won! — to become the MTNA Local Association of the Year.
There are three criteria for being MTNA Local Association of the Year:
- Active in community.
- Professional growth for teachers.
- Big projects/goals.
Click here to view the application form for the MTNA Local Association of the Year award.
After the Fox Valley Association told us about their success, a discussion was begun among the attendees about the sharing of ideas and problems of various local associations. Here’s a few comments that people made that I jotted down: Continue reading “MTNA 2012 Conference | Local Associations Forum Meeting”