TYHO Game-On Atlanta Conference

June 6-7, 2022
Atlanta, GA
Marriott Gateway Hotel

CONFERENCE GUIDE

Check out the official Atlanta Conference Guide below for full details.

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What is TYHO Game On?

The past couple of years have been unpredictable, challenging, full of tough obstacles and difficult for educators all over the world.

Our team thought about what all of these things remind us of, and couldn’t help but relate it to being inside of a challenging game. Sometimes you’re winning, sometimes you’re down on your luck, sometimes you’re enjoying it, sometimes you wish not to be a part of it, but ultimately you are in it giving it your all for your students!

We absolutely admire your tenacity, drive, commitment, creativity and passion. No matter what has come your way, you have shown up every day and have said “Game-On!”

With Sessions By

Topics Covered

Topics will be announced soon!

  • Casey Bethel – Engagement All Year Long
  • Kisha Mitchell – What is Anti-Racist Education?
  • Tamara Moore – Rainbow Club
  • Rebekah Poe –

    Making it Stick with Multisensory Learning

  • Jackie Kops – Learning How to Write Letters and Numbers with Tiny Treasures
  • Matt Halpern – Empowering Your Students with Interactive Writing

  • Deedee Wills – What does Small Group instruction Look Like? 
  • Amany Elgendy – Diversity in Picture Books
  • Shannon Cunningham –

    Teaching Phonological Awareness: The why, what, who, and how!

  • Shannon Cunningham – Read Alouds to Meet the Standards
  • Kevin Butler – Lights, Cameras, Teach
  • Casey Bethel – Engagement All Year Long
  • Jackie Kops – Transforming the Dramatic Play Center
  • Jemelleh Coes – No More Worksheets
  • Jackie Kops – Learning How to Write Letters and Numbers with Tiny Treasures
  • Dr. Maurice Jackson – Overcoming Mathematical Biases
  • Dr. Maurice Jackson –

    Understanding Fractions and Fractional Representation

  • Deedee Wills – Mastering Centers Like a Boss
  • Keri Brown – Math Workshops you CAN do
  • Ashlyn Ellsworth – Fun & Functional Classroom Design
  • LeAnna Wolkis –

    Engaging Students with Your Classroom Management Must Haves

  • Vinny Thomas & Rebecca Rogers – Teacher Influencing as a Side Hustle
  • Charell Coleman – Gamify Executive Function Skills 
  • Alexis Shepard – Staying Whole in a Broken System
  • Crystal Oswald – Getting to the CORE of SEL: Infusing SEL strategies into the academic school day

  • Charell Coleman – Gamify Executive Function Skills 
  • LeAnna Wolkis –

    Mindset Matters: Cultivating a Growth Mindset Culture while Transforming your Classroom Community

  • Rebekah Poe – Differentiating for Developmental Delays
  • Rebekah Poe –

    Making it Stick with Multisensory Learning

  • Cer’Princeton Harden – Science Me Please- Fun demos to do in class
  • Bejanae Kareem – Shift Happens: Moving from Arts & Crafts to STEAM
  • Keri Brown – Getting Digital with Seesaw and Boom Cards
  • Katie Wonderly – Interactive Designs in Google Slides

Who Is This Conference For?

  • K-12 Educators
  • Administrators
  • Specialists

What People Are Saying

TYHO is by far the most amazing conference I’ve ever attended!! I’ll continue to attend every year! I’ve learned so much from TYHO that I continue to use both inside and out the the classroom each and everyday.

Angela Elder 3rd Grade Teacher

Although I would have loved to meet all the amazing educators in person, it was just as amazing having the privilege to listen to so many knowledgeable educators. I hope to some day be able to attend in person! There are so many unique ideas, so having so many in one place allows us all access to improve our skills. I was able to take something from everyone to improve my students education.

Jacqueline R Skaife SpEd Edcuator, WI

It was a great conference. They had great speakers and gave a lot of great insights that I have been able to incorporate this year. For being online they did a terrific job and I hope one day I can attend in person.

Katie Taylor Teacher, AZ

    Location & Hotel

    Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway

    2020 Convention Center Concourse, Atlanta, GA 30337
     
     
     
     
     

    Modern convenience and exceptional service await you at the Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway – the perfect hotel for your visit to Georgia’s capital city. It is two minutes away from nearby Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport via the ATL SkyTrain and connected to the Georgia International Convention Center by a walkway. Settle into their intuitively designed accommodations, which feature pillowtop bedding, Internet-ready Smart TVs and work desks with ergonomic chairs. Break a sweat during your Atlanta visit in their fitness center, take a dip in the indoor saltwater pool and savor delicious on-site dining.

    As well as being a short walk from the Georgia International Convention Center, this hotel is located near popular Atlanta attractions, from the Porsche Driving Experience to the Delta Flight Museum.

    If you would like to stay at the Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway Hotel, simply click on the button below to be redirected to the hotel website, where you can book your room at a discounted rate. 

    Ready to Join Us in Atlanta?

    2-Day Registration Only

    $ 450
    • In-Person Ticket
    • Exclusive Resources From Sessions
    • Door Prize Opportunities
    • Exclusive Conference Swag
    • 15 Hours Of Professional Development

    1-Day Registration

    $ 225
    • In-Person Ticket
    • Exclusive Resources from Sessions
    • Door Prize Opportunities
    • 7.5 Hours of Professional Development