October 12-14, 2018
Conference held at the University of Maine in Orono Hotels in & flights into Bangor, Maine
Considering the Destiny of Instructional Supervision: Transforming the Foundation of Our Past to Inform Our Current and Future Work
Conference registration, hotel reservation, and the call for session proposals will be forthcoming. When looking at flights please consider arriving prior to 1:30 PM on Friday to take part in the graduate student mentoring session. We will leave Bangor at 4:30 PM to travel to Orono for the opening reception and dinner. Additionally, please consider leaving after 12:30 PM on Sunday to increase participation and to attend the business meeting.
Can be found at: Click Here. Please register, select your meal, and volunteer to support the annual meeting.
Considering the Destiny of Instructional Supervision:
Transforming the Foundation of Our Past to Inform Our Current and Future Work
In addition to proposals related to the general conference theme, we invite proposals on the various ways the theory of supervision is translated into practice.
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More information on the nomination submission application is found here.
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Arthur Blumberg and Edward Pajak, founding members of COPIS, made profound contributions to the study and practice of instructional supervision. In their memory, the Blumberg-Pajak Scholarship fund supports awards and travel for doctoral students and recent graduates to attend and be recognized at COPIS events.Read More