The Conference Insider
Friday, November 9, 2012

AMLE2012 - A Quick Summary

By: Walker Devine

The AMLE, or better known as the Association for Middle Level Education conference, is a great place for teachers and educators to meet and work together. There is so much to do, if it's just going to the exhibit hall, or to go watch the keynote, there is plenty to see, learn and do. With so much to do, I cannot conceivably talk about everything that there is, but I'll do my best.

exhibit hallThe Exhibit Hall-

The exhibit hall was one of the more interesting places. There was so much to see and do! People were nice, and you get lots of swag. Seriously, LOTS of swag! Many of those things were pens, but there were some other fun things. There were many competitions, drawings, and demos.

exhibit hall

sessionsThe Sessions-

The sessions were very interesting. There were sessions about teaching, environment, technology, etc. There are too many to talk about! But there was so much for educators and teachers to do.

So, I recommend that everyone that can should come to the convention when it comes close to you.

This conference newsletter was written by student reporters from Robert Gray Middle School, Portland, Oregon.


2...Being a Principal
3...Did You Know?
4...Lego Robotics and Their Affect on the World
5...Jack Berckemeyer
6...Integrating Middle School Standards Through Stations
7...Watersheds in Seattle and Salem


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