Teachers Day

AMTA 2017 National Convention

Friday, September 15

Take part in social events and education developed specifically for massage therapy educators and the unique challenges they face. Interested in attending Teachers Day and bringing your massage therapy students to Student Day? Call 877-905-0577.

Friday, September 15, 8am - 5:30pm | 8 Credit Hours

Educators Knowledge Forum - 8am-Noon

Winona Bontrager & Cynthia Ribeiro
Join fellow educators for education, networking and strategies for your classroom. Discuss key challenges and opportunities in education and identify practical takeaways.

Student Clinic - Making the Most of It - 10am-Noon

Julie Goodwin
Learn how to maximize every massage student’s clinical experience. Get an overview of best practices in clinical supervision and leave with tangible ideas to immediately put into action.

The Three Pillars of Education: Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment -1:30-5:30pm

Susan Salvo
Examine best massage therapy teaching strategies to help students learn the curriculum and optimal methods to evaluate education outcomes. Share your experiences and discuss the boundaries between students and instructors.

Social Events

Teachers Celebration Luncheon | Noon-1:30pm

Connect with other educators and renew friendships while we honor the AMTA Jerome Perlinski Teacher of the year and Dianne Polseno Lifetime Achievement award recipients. Registration and lunch fee are required.

Teachers Networking Reception | 5:30-6:30pm

Wrap-up Teachers Day in the Exhibit hall with fellow massage therapy school instructors and those interested in becoming instructors for networking and fun.

Thanks to Our Sponsor

Student Day

Bring your massage therapy students and recent grads  to this inspiring day of professional development tips and resources to prepare them for their careers. Connect your students with successful practitioners and potential employers and hone their interviewing and business skills. Get the details!

"AMTA does the most to support our profession."

Jesse J., AMTA member since 2011