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3rd Annual TEACH Conference: Growing a Science Mindset with a Culture of Thinking


Tuesday, November 5, 2019 from 7:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EST)

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This ticket is for those registering as individuals only. Included in the registration fee is access to all of the workshops, continental breakfast, lunch, and the keynote speaker. Participants will receive a certificate of completion for 7 contact hours of pedagogy or content.
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The third annual TEACH conference will take place on November 5, 2019.

This year's keynote speaker is Dr. Ron Ritchhart, author of Making Thinking Visible and Creating Cultures of Thinking. Dr. Ritchhart will speak about "Creating a Culture of Thinking Right from the Start: 10 things to say every day to your students... and why they matter."


What to Expect:

  • Workshops led by K-8 teachers using KnowAtom in their classrooms
  • Deep-dive professional development sessions led by KnowAtom and other content experts that explore curriculum, pedagogy, and implementation 

* Check out to learn more about Dr. Ritchhart's keynote address and stay up-to-date as more conference details are added. To see the workshops from the 2018 conference, click here to download the event program.


Who Should Attend: K-8th Grade Teachers, Instructional Coaches, Administrators (Deans, Directors, Principals, Superintendents, and Assistant Superintendents). Sign up now--space is limited to 300 attendees. Receive a certificate for 7 contact hours of pedagogy or content. 


Conference Location: The Umass Lowell Inn & Conference Center 


Conference Fee: $199 per person; includes continental breakfast, lunch, workshops, and keynote speaker. Contact us about group and district rates. 

If you have any questions, or if your school would like to pay for tickets with a purchase order,  please contact Kimberly Gavrilles by email at or by phone, 617-475-3475 ext. 2020.



About the Area:

The city of Lowell, Massachusetts was founded in 1836 as a mill town. It lies at the junction of the Concord and Merrimack rivers 25 miles northwest of Boston. Lowell's textile mills and factories made it the country's first planned industrial town. Lowell is known as “the cradle of the American Industrial Revolution” since it was the first large-scale industrial town in the country.


Today, Lowell is an exciting cultural center and arts community. Umass Lowell Inn and Conference Center is located within Lowell's Canalway Cultural District, home to many of Lowel's top cultural attractions, including theaters, art galleries, parks, and museums. 


To inspire your stay, check out the Lowell National Historical Park to find museums, galleries, exhibits and tours that explore the living legacies of the Industrial Revolution in the city. Learn more about Lowell's Canalway Cultural District and more at 

The Boott Cotton Mills and Museum in Lowell, Massachusetts (photo credit NPS/Andrew Donovan)

Lowell Canal Water Tour - National Park Service (photo credits: Jlpapple CC)

*Information about Lowell adapted from,_Massachusetts

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When & Where

Umass Lowell Inn & Conference Center
50 Warren Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Tuesday, November 5, 2019 from 7:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EST)

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Designed for mastery of the Next Generation Science Standards, KnowAtom provides a complete K-8 science curriculum, integrated hands-on materials, and targeted professional development. Our resources support teachers in next generation instruction with three dimensional lessons that nurture students to think critically and make sense of real-world phenomena.

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