Education Sessions at the AMTA 2017 Schools Summit

Massage therapy educators and school owners, earn up to 10 credit hours and access cutting edge information to help your school and your career thrive. The AMTA 2017 Schools Summit is February 23-24 in historic Boston, Massachusetts. 

AMTA 2017 Schools Summit Education Sessions

The First Five Days: Creating a Culture of Academic Success - Susan Salvo
Get tips on creating your classroom environment and establishing the rules of engagement that promote academic success. In addition, learn optimal teaching strategies that can motivate all students to achieve graduation and licensure, as well as a lengthy and prosperous career.

Developing Core Supervision Competencies in Entry Level Education - Tara MacManaway
Learn standards to develop competencies for clinical supervision and the importance of regular conversations about professional issues. Find out how to easily incorporate case consultation, case presentation, information literacy skills, ethical awareness, mental health competencies and referral skills into basic massage education. (Webster Room)

From Teaching to Learning: Competency-based Assessments - Angie Myer
In competency-based education, quality assessment is the key to student learning. Learn a pragmatic, simplified approach using the COMTA Competencies and ELAP Outcomes to support your school’s curriculum. Explore the power of competencies, verbs and effective evaluation to create a nationally-endorsed curriculum.

Career Success for Students - Brent Jackson
Prepare your students for life after graduation. Explore ways to prepare your students for long term professional success. Learn the skills that will give students the best results in managing their careers.

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"I am very glad to be aligned with a professional organization that gives so much to its members."

Satu F., AMTA member since 2003