CRM is a transformational practice that all educators can implement at their school for the benefit of students and staff. The CRM Conference is a place to meet like-minded visionary educators who wish to share what they have learned and to plan the next steps in the CRM journey.
I had a great time at the CRM Conference. I now feel much more prepared for my CRM meetings and I feel like I have the toolkit to direct the conversation in a meaningful way.
The CRM conference is an excellent opportunity to collaborate with other educators in Canada (and Australia this year). The opportunity to share how the CRM is working in different contexts is invaluable. I have attended all three CRM conferences and am always excited for our students and our teachers.
The CRM Conference had an amazing energy! There was something for everyone to improve practice and focus on student success. Our teams will be back next year!
The CRM model is the best bang for your buck when helping students succeed. If you are engaging in this model you will find the best practices and valuable resources at the CRM Conference. The networking alone is worth the registration, but you also receive information and connection with the knowledgeable team at Jigsaw Learning.
The CRM conference was one of the best conferences I had been to in a very long time.
The CRM Conference was a great reinforcement of how important it is for educators (at all levels) to work collaboratively and have a collaboration not only as a vision but as a part of their values in 21st learning.
Very inspirational conference, in that you have the time to hear others stories and journeys with CRM. Each situation is so unique and they are approached with very creative solutions. There is an answer in the team.
Teachers have typically been lonely and worked alone for as long as I can remember. This must change, and CRM is the vehicle that can get us there. Humans were designed to work together. Teachers must learn to be interdependent if we have any hope at all of teaching our students that they do not face this world alone.
This conference was a confirmation of why I do the work I do and why CRM is valuable for all of us in the building. The importance of CRM was made crystal clear as I collaborated with many other colleagues across the province.