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a glance at sessions from think! 2019

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Change your perspective; change the world. At this year’s think! conference, we challenge you to see things from a re·imagined perspective, to look at a problem in a new way, to slow down your thinking, to speed up your learning, to challenge what is and re·imagine what could be, and to re·ignite passion for our profession.


  • learning with and from other innovative thought leaders like you, who have a vision of how to truly make a difference
  • taking time to stop and notice what’s happening around us – what works and why, what doesn’t work, and what could be re·imagined
  • rules, roles, and simplicity in a powerful, safe, experiential and, most of all, fun environment
  • partnering with kids and other thinkers like you to discover re·imagined ways to learn

Join us at think! 2020 to learn, play, collaborate, inspire, and re·imagine. Kids deserve educators like you who are brave enough to embark on an authentic and meaningful experience that will change the way we look at learning and ourselves.

Let’s do this. Let’s change the world.


session titles from think! 2019

  • Connecting Content and Process so Kids will Learn – Carol Gautier, teachtransform
  • Compliance to Commitment through Boldness – Sophia Acevedo, Dickinson ISD
  • Revamping Classroom Culture – Candice Adcock, Mesquite ISD
  • Teachers Give Data and Students Track It! – Shelby Bland, Katy ISD
  • Throwing Your Own Think Conference: Part 1 – Leone Clark, Dickinson ISD
  • Math Intervention for All – Abigail Rutland, Killeen ISD & Nancy Crouch, lead4ward
  • New lead4ward Math Resources – Nancy Crouch, lead4ward
  • Relationships Aren’t Just for Kids: How to Build Literacy Leaders on Your Campus – Kristi Curtis, Lubbock ISD
  • On Time, On Task, On a Mission for EOC Education Processing Skills – Victoria Cutaia, Dickinson ISD
  • Be Bold: Professional Recursivity: it’s not magic… – Rebecca Daley, Bryan ISD
  • Using Video as a Tool For Differentiation – Sarah Dille, Austin ISD
  • Change the World: Bold Social Studies Education – Luckie Flores, La Joya ISD
  • Be BOLD: say goodbye to Boring-OLD research – Amanda Hardwick, Waller ISD
  • Taking Ownership of Our Data – Mayci Jenkins, Mesquite ISD
  • Because They Are Worth It! – Kerri Jones, Richardson ISD
  • Don’t be Afraid to Take Whisks with 5-Star PBL: Come and Get IT! – Missy Mayfield, Burkburnett ISD
  • Breakout Boldly with Digital Breakouts – Kristen Meeks, Klein ISD
  • Simple Changes, Powerful Results – Lucila Prieto, Mesquite ISD
  • What to Do with Released Test Items (Math 5-12) – Ward Roberts, Wichita Falls ISD
  • And Many More. View all–>

preconference schedule (optional)

tuesday, dec. 1
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
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conference schedule

day 1 – wednesday, dec. 2 day 2 – thursday, dec. 3
7:30 AM – 8:30 AM participant check in 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM breakfast provided
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM opening session with Justin & Ervin  8:30 AM – 9:20 AM sessions
10:30 AM – 11:20 AM sessions 9:50 AM – 10:40 AM sessions
11:20 AM – 1:20 PM lunch (on your own) 11:10 AM – 12:00 PM sessions
1:20 PM – 2:10 PM sessions 12:30 PM – 1:15 PM closing session with Justin & Ervin
2:40 PM – 3:30 PM sessions    
4:30 PM – 6:30 PM participant reception    

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