KEVIN HONEYCUTT, Keynote Speaker
Teaching "Wired" Learners
Kevin takes a fun look at the exciting things that happen when educators step outside their boxes and try new tools. He reinforces the importance of relationships while encouraging teachers to become learners again through positive examples of student success.
Julie Cajune, Keynote Speaker
Julie Cajune, Executive Director of the Center for American Indian Policy and Applied Research Center at Salish Kootenai College, recently completed a three-year project developing tribal history materials funded by the Montana State Legislature. Julie will share her findings in her Wednesday keynote presentation: “History Matters” and in her session “Montana Tribal Histories and Governments”.
Early Bird registration: $150.00
Late Bird registration: $170.00
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