2014 OAESP Mid-Winter Conference Update!
January 28, 2014
2014 OAESP Mid-Winter Conference
January 30 & 31, 2014
Reed Conference Center
5800 Will Rogers Road, Midwest City, OK 73110 | Map |
405-455-1800 or 888-627-8566 <Request OAESP Room Rate>
Online Registration: www.regonline.com/oaespmidwinterconference
At A Glance: CLICK HERE
Conference Flier: CLICK HERE
Conference Program: CLICK HERE
Exhibitor Contract: CLICK HERE
Be sure to tweet about the conference using the hashtag #OAESP2014.
John Antonetti is former Director of K-12 Curriculum in the Sheridan School District in Arkansas. Once described by Larry Lezotte as a "teacher's teacher," John is an advocate of experiential education and recognizes that all learners learn best when they work together to solve real world problems in safe, cooperative environments. As founding director of the Northwest Arkansas Therapeutic Ropes Association, Mr. Anronetti used an experiential approach to work with students, teachers, and community and business leaders to develop leadership skills in an outdoor adventure setting. He brings this same experiential focus to his work with individual schools and districts.
Antonetti is the author of the book, Writing as a Measure and Model of Thinking.
Steve Seskin is a successful songwriter who has written seven number one songs, including Grammy-nominated "Grown Men Don't Cry," recorded by Tim McGraw, and "Don't Laugh at Me," winner of NSAI Song of the Year and Music Row Magazine Song of the Year in 1999 as recorded by Mark Wills.
Steve is also an active keynote speaker and songwriting teacher for the West Coast Songwriters Association, the Nashville Songwriters Association International, the Swannanoa Gathering, and the Song School at Rocky Mountain Folks Festival.
Steve spends time in Nashville writing for Larga Vista Music and pitching his songs, while maintaining an active performing career both back home in Northern California and at festivals and acoustic venues throughout the United States and Canada. He has been a featured performer at the Kerrville Folk Festival, the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival, the Vancouver Folk Festival, and the Napa Valley Music Festival.
The Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration (CCOSA) will provide reasonable accommodations to people with disabilities as defined under the ADA. We invite any person with special needs to contact the CCOSA office at least three days before an event to discuss any special accommodations that may be necessary.