Join HASCD and nationally recognized educator Thomas C. Murray as we spend a day taking a deep dive into what’s best for our students as we come out a pandemic. 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, August 6, 2021, 8am to 4pm
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

$249 per person, Early Bird (payment deadline May 31, 2021)
$269 per person, Regular (payment from June 1, 2021 to July 31, 2021)
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 Tom:
Tom serves as the Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools®, a project of the Alliance for Excellent Education, located in Washington, D.C. He has testified before the United States Congress and has worked alongside that body, the US Senate, the White House, the US Department of Education and state departments of education, corporations, and school districts throughout the country to implement student-centered learning while helping to lead Future Ready Schools® and Digital Learning Day. Murray serves as a regular conference keynote, was named the “2018 National/Global EdTech Leader of the Year,” by EdTech Digest, and the “Education Policy Person of the Year”by the Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2015. His most recent book best-seller, Personal & Authentic: Designing Learning Experiences that Impact a Lifetime, was released in October of 2019. Prior to working in Washington, D.C., Tom served as a teacher, principal, and district level administrator in Penn.