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Huddled inside the Timberview Middle School cafeteria, dozens of teachers spent a Saturday continuing their education. Hosted by the Colorado Association of Middle Level Education (CAMLE), teachers took part in the group’s annual conference.

Keynote speakers and breakout sessions allowed participants to learn more about artificial intelligence in education, how to become effective leaders and how to continually engage students in their pre-teen years.

Korina Bierman, principal of Timberview Middle School said, “I was inspired by the dedication, creativity, and learning that took place this day. It was both validating and empowering to work with such a diverse group of teachers and leaders who are all in for all kids.”

Presenters included Academy District 20 staff who shared their expertise in effective Professional Learning Communities (PLCs), English & Language Arts, and universal design for learning.

“It’s an honor to host the CAMLE conference,” ASD20 Superintendent Jinger Haberer said. “When I attended as middle school principal, I remember learning so much about how interdisciplinary teaming creates a positive and engaging culture for students.”