SNEB Annual Conference

    Next Practices Help You Create the Future

    “Recently I have realised that ‘next practice’ is not about the goal, it is about the journey. In most cases this is going to take a fair bit of learning from others, of looking at the current ‘best practice’, but fundamentally I think it is not about emulation but about a research based approach to constant evaluation and development. ‘Next practice’ is a commitment to a process not an end product. In moving from ‘best practice’ to ‘next practice’ we acknowledge that the best solutions come from development,” wrote Oliver Quinlan, author of The Thinking Teacher.

Key Dates  
  Call for Programs due October 9, 2015
  Abstract Submission Begins November 1, 2015
  Abstract Submission - First Deadline January 18, 2016
  Abstract Submission - Late Breaking March 1, 2016
  Scholarship Applications Due March 1, 2016
  Award Nominations Due March 1, 2016
  Hotel Room Block Deadline July 6, 2016 or whenever the reserved number of rooms have sold
  2016 Annual Conference - San Diego, CA

Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina

July 30 - August 2, 2016
  2017 Annual Conference - Washington, DC - SNEB's 50th anniversary

Grand Hyatt Washington

July 20 - 23, 2017


2016 Annual Conference Registration Costs - Registration opens March 1


Full Conference includes opening session on July 30 through late afternoon session on August 2 by 6/10/2016 after 6/10/2016
Full Conference SNEB Member $355 $405
Full Conference Non-Member $490 $540
Full Conference Student Member $175 $225
Full Conference Student Non-member $250 $300
One Day Member $250 $300
One Day Non-Member $255 $305
One Day Student Member $95 $115
One Day Student Non-Member $105 $125
Full Conference Plus New Professional Membership $455 $505
Full Conference Plus New Student Membership $215 $265


Note: Pre and post-conference workshops and tours are being plans. Costs and details will be available as soon as the planning is completed.

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