If you are attending the 2021 MFPE Educator Conference virtually, please call 916-676-7468 or [email protected] for assistance.
Virtual (V) and Live stream (L) Sessions will be available through midnight Monday in case you were unable to attend due to the temporary internet outage.
Helping our members succeed in their careers is a top priority for MFPE. That’s why, each year, we sponsor the Educator Conference -- the best professional development of its kind anywhere.
MFPE is teaming up with 18 Montana curriculum groups to bring you the best in teacher-led professional learning hybrid conference in 2021. More than 350 workshops, keynotes, & institutes are being offered in 2021's hybrid conference. No matter what there is something for everyone. And you can earn renewal units!
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Our participating curriculum groups would like to encourage presenters and participants to expand their horizons at the conference by visiting other areas of interest.
Visit our website to become a member at: https:// montanascience.org/
MONTANA COUNCIL FOR TEACHERS OF MATHEMATICS (MCTM) welcomes all K-16 teachers to attend our informative sessions at the MFPE Educator Conference in Great Falls this October. Past sessions have included Bike Parts Spirograph, Teaching Mathematical Ideas vs. Tricks, Making Math Come Alive with Games, and Numberless Word Problems. Our organization is affiliated with the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics. We sponsor an annual math contest for Montana high school students and our annual Montana Math Meet every summer in Butte for K-12 math educators. Please visit our website for more information. See you in October!
MSCA: The Montana School Counselor Association promotes professionalism and ethical practices while empowering and advocating for all school counselors. Join us to hone your professional resiliency and learn techniques to cope with repeated exposure to student and school community trauma.
MALT provides members with pedagogical assistance and linguistic resources for language instruction at elementary, secondary, and university levels. MALT has an annual conference in the spring, workshops and member presented sectionals in conjunction with the MFPE Conference in October. We also provide a website, google classroom, and dynamic community full of resources. MALT is a constituent of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages (PNCFL) and the American council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). For more information check out our website.
Montana Environmental Education Association (MEEA) is a curriculum group that provides educational opportunities for both formal and nonformal educators. MEEA offers an annual mini-grant program for all educators and a yearly conference with sessions and field trips in science and environmental education for classroom and informal educators alike. MEEA is the state affiliate of the North American Association of Environmental Education (NAAEE). Learn more about MEEA’s work and offerings at https://www.montanaeea.org/
The MONTANA JOURNALISM EDUCATION ASSOCIATION is a curriculum group aimed at providing assistance and information to teachers in the areas of journalism, newspaper, yearbook, video and media studies. The state group is affiliated with the National Journalism Education Association. (JEA)
Visit our web site at www.mjeajournalism.com and sign up for our sessions at the October conference in Great Falls. Topics will include Fake News, Adviser Survival, Yearbook as Journalism, and modern design trends.
For the MFPE Educator Conference every October, we bring together experienced teachers of different grade levels and disciplines, inviting them to share their successful teaching strategies, activate an inquiry stance toward educational challenges, and innovate and test new approaches and ideas.
We invite you to attend a WPUBS sectional where you will:
The Montana Association for Gifted and Talented Education (AGATE) invites you to join us for dynamic presentations by Tamra Stambaugh. Dr. Stambaugh will address differentiation and content-area strategies to help K-12 teachers better support their high-ability/high-potential students in any classroom.
MFPE 2021 Educator Conference - Great Falls will be a hybrid conference offering both virtual and in-person sessions. Due to the uncertainty with the COVID pandemic, MFPE could change the platform at anytime.
Application to Present: CLOSED
Exhibit Hall Location: C.M. Russell Gym
Exhibit Hall Schedule:
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 4:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. - Set-up only
Thursday, October 21, 2021 7:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.
Friday, October 22, 2021 7:30 a.m.—3:00 p.m.
What will 2021 Hybrid Educator Conference Great Falls look like?
Sessions are being planned for both in the traditional classroom setting and video on demand (VOD). Keynotes will be streamed live from the conference location. Participants can attend the conference at C.M.R. High School or virtually from the comfort of their home during the MFPE's annual Educator Conference. Seating will be limited register for sessions to reserve your seat.
Pre-registration and payment deadline: October 18
Session Selection Deadline: October 19
Session Evaluation Deadline: October 29
Renewal Certificate Printing: November 5
Masks will be required.
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