Experiencing Guadalajara for Tri-Association Educator’s Conference

As a full-time education consultant, Allison Zmuda works with educators to grow ideas on how to make learning for students challenging, possible and worthy of the attempt. Over the past 19 years, Zmuda has shared curricular, assessment, and instructional ideas, shown illustrative examples, and offered practical strategies of how to get started.

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Heading into Day 2 of the Tri-Association Educator’s Conference in Guadalajara, Mexico! It’s already been an incredible experience and we’re only in Pre-Conferences!

What is the Tri-Association?

The Association of American Schools of Central America, Colombia, Caribbean and Mexico seeks to improve the quality of teaching and learning opportunities for the schools in this region by exploring ways to achieve better understanding through international education, provide an avenue for communication and cooperation among member institutions, and facilitate cooperation with national, state, local, and non-governmental agencies in the field of international education.


The pre-conference includes two all-day sessions. Yesterday’s presentation made the case for personalized learning as we took a look at all of the key elements. All the educators participating were fully engaged themselves, excited to hear the material and bring forth their ideas.

Today’s focus will be on designing, developing, and taking action on those ideas. Read some of yesterday’s engagement on Twitter and follow the hashtag #TriConf16 for today’s activity.

Fellow Presenters

There are amazing minds presenting different learning strategies along with me: Douglas Fisher, Jennifer Klein, Tracey Tokuhama, Rafael de la Cruz, Deborah Welch, David Jakes, Dr. Maria Ojeda, Nunana Nyomi, Maureen Nosal, and Larry Scanlon.

Learn more about each of them and their presentations on the Tri Association website and follow along all week on Twitter!




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