April 29- May 2, 2014
Palm Springs Convention Center
Palm Springs, California
Book your hotel early and take advantage of the BOOST Conference specials!
Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel
888 Tahquitz Canyon Way
Palm Springs, CA 92262
BOOST Conference Rate: $134.00
Hurry, these hotels sell out fast!
For the most up-to-date hotel accommodation information and to reserve your room,
PALM SPRINGS GETS A MAKEOVER
Come play, dine, and shop!
Downtown Palm Springs has new and exciting additions to explore at the 2014 BOOST Conference including a new Hard Rock Hotel!
to check out what's new in beautiful Palm Springs.
EARN COLLEGE CREDITS AT BOOST
Need College Credits?
Earn them At the BOOST Conference!
It's simple, here's how....
1. Attend 6 BOOST Conference Workshops
2. Complete independent follow-up work
3. Earn 9 transferable upper division units through University of California, Irvine (UCI) Extension
For more information, click here.
Be a part of our mission to
Inspire Youth, Inspire Learning,
& Inspire Change
Host An Inspiration Station:
Interactive workshop sessions offered at no additional cost to all registered conference participants inside the Exhibit Hall... Read More
Exhibit at BOOST:
Opportunity to share your products and services with over 2,000 out-of-school time professionals... Read More
Sponsor our Monthly Newsletter:
Be listed as the only BOOST Collaborative Newsletter Sponsor of the Month in our monthly newsletter. Your organization will be featured in a 200 word promotion and your logo will be prominently placed in your section of the newsletter with a hyperlink to your website.
Happy Lights On Afterschool Month
! We hope this time is filled with excitement and renewed energy for you and your programs.
We are announcing a new registration add-on, the BOOSTer Pass
is now available for purchase online! Read about all the perks below. Also, our RFP deadline has been extended
to Monday, October 7th so submit a proposal today!
Finally, take a look at our exclusive interview
with Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D. whose work on Personal Intelligence was recently featured in Psychology Today
. He discusses the impact of out-of-school programs on student self-worth and achievement.
The 2014 BOOST Leadership Team
RFP Deadline Extended!
You now have until Monday, October 7th by 5:00pm PST
to submit a proposal for the 2014 BOOST Conference.
We want your expertise! The BOOST Conference is seeking presenters in EdTech, Service Learning, Staff Development, Public Policy, Nonprofit Management, Healthy Behaviors, Prevention and much more
. Do not miss an opportunity to share your knowledge with an audience of over 2000 out-of-school time professionals from across the nation
BOOST BREAKFAST CLUB WITH SCOTT BARRY KAUFMAN, Ph.D
Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D.
BOOST Collaborative's Program Coordinator Rachel Ruiz had the pleasure of interviewing Scott Barry Kaufman, an all around funny and inspiring guy with a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from Yale University. Kaufman proposed the Theory of Personal Intelligence, which redefines intelligence as the dynamic interplay of an individual's engagement and ability over time in the pursuit of personal goals. With this broadened definition, passion and persistence become essential elements of intelligence.
Q- What sparked your interest in the topic of child giftedness?
A- When I was young I had a learning disability, an auditory disability, and I was placed in special education. I always wondered: What does it mean to be gifted? What does it mean to be learning disabled? I always looked at people of varying ability levels in the classroom. I remember early on I was fascinated with the causes of these differences and how mutable they were.
Visit our BOOST Breakfast Club Blog to read the full interview.
NEW REGISTRATION ADD-ON:
NEW: BOOSTer Pass
Give your conference registration a
Limited Supply Available!
Your pass includes all the following:
- BOOST Swag Bundle with a BOOST t-shirt, BOOST highlighter, & BOOST tattoo
- Free Group Photo of you and your staff
- Entry into an exclusive Raffle Prize Drawing PLUS an extra raffle ticket for the Closing Ceremony on Friday
- Fast Check-In at registration in the VIP line
- Exclusive coupons from Palm Springs merchants & BOOST Collaborative to use at our Exhibit booth
- Reserved VIP seating at all General Sessions & Film Festival
- Access to the VIP line for Meet the Authors inside the Exhibit Hall
*NOTE: Available only for purchase online on the BOOST Conference registration website until supplies last. No on-site purchases available! Please read all the terms and conditions.
For more information and to purchase your BOOSTer Pass,
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION OPEN
|ONE MONTH LEFT FOR
Register Now & Save!
Available Until October 31, 2013
Only $415 per person!
Conference Registration Includes:
- Access to Workshop Sessions & Inspiration Stations
- Admission to Film Festival
- BOOST Nation: Town Hall Participation
- Meals (breakfast & lunch provided Wednesday and Thursday, breakfast provided on Friday)
- Access to All Conference Sponsored Events
- Exhibit Hall Pass
- Networking Reception
- Post Conference Trip Report
- Certificate of Attendance
You can register now to take advantage of our Early Bird special at this time even if you do not have all attendees pre-determined.
You can complete their contact information at a later date.
Click here to read more.
For more information on registering for the 2014 BOOST Conference, click here.
The Largest Global Convening of Out-of-School Time Professionals
COMPLIMENTARY MEETING SPACE
Looking to host a breakfast or business meeting with your colleagues at the upcoming BOOST Conference?
We offer complimentary meeting space for up to 15 people in the Palm Springs Convention Center Boardroom. If your group is larger than 15, we also have larger rooms available to accommodate your group.
Please Note: The space does not include Audio Visual or food and beverage. Please let us know if you would like to order food or A/V.
Please contact Alex Cameron to reserve your space email@example.com
For more information, click here !
WHAT'S THE BUZZ
How Schools Design Classroom Games for Learning
has become synonymous with educational video games in some circles, but low-tech games have been used with great success in classrooms for a while. In fact, games that don't require costly technology have a lot to offer the intrepid educator both as a learning tool and an education mindset, according to game-based learning advocates..." Read more
"Cornell University experts have found ways to get America's
kids to eat healthier school lunches.They say their techniques are low cost
, even no cost, and nudge students to more nutritious offerings by manipulating the lunchroom environment..."Read more
PD TIP OF THE MONTH:
"Of course everyone is talking and writing about the need for principals to become "instructional leaders," what with the push for all students to be college- and career-ready by the time they leave high school; the implementation of the Common Core State Standards in most states; and new evaluation systems based on classroom observations and student test scores, to name just a few current initiatives placing the spotlight on classroom instruction and assessment..." Read more
For more resources on STEM, Common Core, and other cutting-edge topics in the out-of-school time field click on the picture below to access our free BOOST Resource Center!
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