Join HASCD and nationally recognized educator and Global Head of Education Impact Jennie Magiera. From Distance learning, to blended learning, to in person learning, we’ll look at how educators can adjust but also remain supportive for the social and emotional needs of our students.

This opportunity addresses our commitment to provide professional development during the COVID-19 pandemic that focus on the needs of our students and educators that include:

  • Leading, learning and adjusting from a pandemic
  • Supporting social emotional learning needs
  • Innovation and technology in our classrooms
  • Supporting our students now and in the future

Friday, July 28, 2023, 8am to 4pm
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

$400 per person, Early Bird (payment deadline March 31, 2023)
$450 per person, Regular (payment from April 1, 2023 to July 28, 2023)
Hawaii DOE purchase orders and checks accepted.

Please contact Jensen Ball at with your school name and number of interested seats if you and your team are interested in attending.

About Jennie:
Jennie Magiera is the Global Head of Education Impact at Google, the Corwin bestselling author of Courageous Edventures and the founder and president of the non-profit organization, Our Voice Alliance, whose mission is to elevate marginalized voices and perspectives to improve equity & empathy in education. Jennie uses her classroom experiences to inform her work supporting educators to create new and better opportunities for their students. She believes that despite the many challenges facing schools today, every classroom can be a place for “edventures”: student-centered, passion-based experiential learning. Her work centers around acknowledging problems and finding innovative ways to navigate them so as to allow teachers and students dive into these classroom edventures. Jennie shares her experiences taking risks in the classroom and helping others to feel comfortable doing the same in her book, Courageous Edventures. You can follow her on Twitter at @MsMagiera and learn more about her work and her book at