The Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence staff will lead a session on its programs for teachers and students, highlighting opportunities for partnerships with school foundations. A panel of Oklahoma Medal for Excellence-winning educators will present “Put the Learner First,” focusing on innovative approaches to teaching. Also planned is a session on innovative uses of electronic tablets in the classroom.
The Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence will present its Outstanding Program Awards to Local Education Foundations during the luncheon. Receiving plaques and monetary awards of $1,000 each will be the Life 101 Seminar for Graduating Seniors sponsored by the Cheyenne Educational Foundation and the Induction and Support for Novice Principals Program sponsored by the Foundation for Tulsa Schools. The Fall Forum will culminate with Edelman’s keynote address, focusing on how we all can take a “Stand for Children.”
Fall Forum registration is $50 per person if received by Oct. 8 and $75 for late registration. Luncheon-only registration is $25. Session descriptions and registration forms are available online at ofe.org.
For more information, call Rose, at 918-743-5533.