"The Changing Landscape of Induction and Mentoring"
February 25 & 26, 2014
Hilton Springfield, 700 East Adams Street, Springfield, IL 62701
Targeted attendees are induction and mentoring program coordinators, mentors, administrators, higher education faculty, professional development providers, and other stakeholders. District teams or single representatives are welcome as well as those from other states.
- Focus on new teacher induction programs
- Dedicated networking time
- Team work time
- Vendor displays
- Separate meetings for Higher Education
- Drawing for prizes including $1000 award to district & iPad mini
- Highly rated conference throughout its eight year history
- Affordability: $75 registration, state rate hotel rooms ($70 single, $85 double plus tax)
- Complimentary full breakfasts & lunches
- February 25 evening reception with hearty hors d'oeuvres
- Additional breakout sessions (50 or more)
- Introduction to the Illinois Induction Guide
The registration fee per person is $75, which covers conference materials, breakfasts, and lunches, and a February 25 evening reception. Hotel rooms are not included. More information is available here.
Critical Issue Sessions
INTC has issued a call for for proposals for Critical Issue Sessions for the 9th Annual Induction and Mentoring Conference. Submit your conference session today!
You may check-in early on Tuesday, February 25 and on Wednesday, February 26. There will be no check-in on Monday, February 24. Please check-in both days if you would like CPDUs.
A block of rooms will be available for conference participants at the Hilton Springfield for at the state rate. More information on the hotel is available here.
The tentative 2014 conference agenda is available here.
The keynote speaker for 2014 is Peter Youngs, Michigan State University. Read more about him here.
INTC is seeking vendors for its annual conference. To be guaranteed a mention in the conference booklet, be sure to click the "Vendor" box when you register for the conference. The deadline to be included in the conference booklet is January 31.
Technology at the Conference
Conference participants are encouraged to bring their laptops, tablets and smartphones to conference sessions.
If you have questions about the conference, contact Nancy Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org or 217-244-3166).
Conference Archives from previous conferences are available: