Frequently Asked Questions

We are excited to welcome everyone back to TYHO, and want to assure you that the safety of our attendees continues to be our top priority. In-Person attendees will be required to provide proof of vaccination against Covid-19 in order to receive and maintain a wristband at registration. This wristband must be worn at all times during the conference. If an attendee cannot provide proof of vaccination, they MUST wear a face mask (no exceptions.) This policy remains subject to applicable laws and public health guidance.

Session topics at TYHO are timely and relevant to teachers, as our presenters are classroom teachers and school leaders themselves. Therefore, student needs, while varying from classroom to classroom, are understood by our presenters and addressed in their content. Academic, social and emotional, and interpersonal skills are all examples of student needs that are frequently discussed in sessions.


Attendees at TYHO are encouraged to bring back new learning from the professional development and share with colleagues through school-based training, professional learning teams, or modeled lessons. For schools looking to widen the reach of the training, select TYHO presenters travel to conduct site-based professional development.

Depending on your specific personal or professional goals, the vast variety of session options during a Teach Your Heart Out (TYHO) event allows you to customize your experience and select sessions that meet the needs of your goals.

TYHO brings in highly respected and experienced educators who have been noted for their teaching skills. In each session, the content that a presenter shares will lead to ideas and reflective opportunities for you to consider as you go back to your classroom, leading to personal improvements in your teaching.

While each state and district maintains their own curriculum, our presenters will be sharing tips on how to increase engagement, rigor, and innovation within a curriculum to ensure that all students’ needs are being met. The goal is to empower attendees with the tools and knowledge on how to examine a curriculum and bolster in ways that lead to greater student learning.