Teaching in the 21st Century
The 2017 Enspire educator conference will feature a creativity workshop with take home tool kit, ideas to fund classroom projects, peer-to-peer learning with curriculum provided, professional development that continues all year, networking and teacher support, and the Young Entrepreneur Market.
The third annual conference, affordably priced at just $20 due to a grant from Burton D. Morgan Foundation, is a program of Young Entrepreneur Institute and the Foundation. Enspire seeks to attract K-12 teachers who wish to employ innovative ideas in their classrooms.
Attendees will enjoy a creativity workshop with Stanford Design School’s Tina Seelig, as well as keynotes by John Carroll University’s Scott Allen and Charles Best of Donors Choose. Networking opportunities will also abound at Enspire 2017, which will be held November 3-4 at the Cleveland Marriott East.