Join us for this summer’s much anticipated virtual 3-day event, the 2021 SIOP® Virtual Conference. This event offers both new and seasoned SIOP educators a great opportunity to reinvigorate and strengthen their SIOP® implementation.
Learn best practices to engage all students in meaningful content learning and accelerate students’ academic language development with the research-based SIOP® (Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol) Model.
Participate in keynotes and breakout sessions presented by Jana Echevarría, MaryEllen Vogt, and Deborah Short—the founding authors of the SIOP® Model.
Explore ideas to facilitate engagement through distance, hybrid, and onsite learning.
Gain teaching ideas to mitigate gaps in learning.
Network and connect with colleagues through engaging online features and forums.
Here's what past attendees have said about the National SIOP® Conference:
"I gained a wealth of practical knowledge!"
"It was very powerful to hear directly from all of the authors!"
"The format was ideal for my virtual learning. I am at work, and would not normally be able to fully participate in a 'live' only format. With this format I could attend to work meetings, jump in a 'live' session when possible, put out fires in real-time, and not worry or get frustrated that I am missing valuable content because I know everything is being recorded and I can access anything I missed."
"The breakout sessions on technology and the sessions that provided specific strategies that I can immediately implement were terrific!"
"I appreciated having an opportunity to speak with professionals around the country using SIOP!"
"I liked that the sessions actually used the SIOP model. It was perfect 'modeling' of the SIOP Model!"
"I found that the presenters had really good information that I can apply to my classroom right away."
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