You are here

First Annual Student Discipline Conference at UL Lafayette

Friday, March 11, 2016 (All day)

Join us in our First Annual Student Discipline Conference at UL Lafayette, and learn from some of the leading thinkers and innovators in the classroom management and student discipline community.  Keynote speakers include Russell Skiba, Elizabeth Gershoff, and Richard Fossey.

Classroom management has always been a challenge, and educators continually search for the best way to maintain orderly learning environments and to dispense student discipline in a way that is fair, equitable, effective, and humane. Nationally recognized experts will present the latest research on classroom management and student discipline; and Louisiana speakers will put this issue in a local context.

We hope you will choose to participate in this innovative conference!

Type: 
Conference/Camp
Primary sponsor: 
Department of Educational Foundation and Leadership
Location: 
Cecil J. Picard Center for Child Development and Lifelong Learning (PCCD)
Directions: 

The Louisiana Higher Education Law Conference will be held at the Picard Center for Childhood Development and Lifelong Learning at UL.  The building is conveniently located near the Cajundome off Bertrand Dr. in Lafayette.

Event contact email: 
Event contact phone: 
(214) 280-8034
Event target audience: 
Alumni
Faculty
General public
Staff
Students
Event open to: 
Alumni
Faculty
General public
Staff
Students
Admission info: 
Registration required
Ticket information: 

Admission to the conference is $40 for each registrant.

SHARE THIS |