Design the Revolution: Blending Learning, Leading, and Innovation
Independent education plays a leading role in the revolution changing the way the world thinks. The myriad ways we can learn and innovate knows no bounds thanks to new patterns of innovation, an emphasis on instructional systems, and increasing interaction with new people and ideas around the globe. This freedom comes with a responsibility to design a plan for success that includes thinking creatively, problem-solving differently, defining 21st century learning, and leading students into a future we’ve only glimpsed. Join us at the 2015 NAIS Annual Conference in Boston to learn how Design Thinking techniques can reinvigorate and transform your school into a cutting-edge center for learning in a new age. Together let’s build a plan to prepare our 21st century students to embrace the challenges of higher education, global citizenship, and the workplace with flexibility, grit, and resilience.â€‹â€‹â€‹
No matter your role in school, you’ll find that attending this conference will not only provide you with practical lessons and big-picture discussions about independent education, it will lay the foundation for creating a network of colleagues that will last a lifetime.
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NAIS offers a wide range of opportunities to help you build business relationships and gain face-time with 5,000+ independent school leaders, administrators, and teachers throughout the country. No matter how large or small your marketing budget, you'll benefit from significant sources of visibility from these opportunities.
The 5,000+ attendees will primarily consist of heads of school, department heads, teachers, and other administrators including admission, business, and development officers.
The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) is a nonprofit membership association that provides services to more than 1,700 schools and associations of schools in the United States and abroad, including 1,400 independent private K-12 schools in the U.S.