TABS Summer Session • July 20-25, 2019

TABS Summer Session features an integrated suite of professional workshops taught by a dynamic and diverse group of proven leaders. The concentration of industry experience, detailed attention, camaraderie and passion for boarding school education will benefit most every member of your school’s faculty, staff or administration.

THIS IS THE LIFE! BOOT CAMP is designed especially for newbies to kick off the week, then stay on to enhance their learning in one of the other specialized sessions.

July 20 – 22

This program offers an inspiring introduction to working on a boarding school campus, from the personal (privacy, connection, boundaries and balance) to the professional (the legal and policy issues of supervising minors). A perfect launching pad whether you’ll spend most of your time in the classroom, on the field, behind a desk, on the road, in the dorm – or all of the above!

July 23 – 25

Specifically for the new boarding school teacher, this interactive workshop includes lecture, discussion and the opportunity to present a lesson and receive rounds of constructive critique by the experienced faculty. You’ll join conversations and explore case studies around subjects like the culture and politics of schools, classroom management, evaluations and grading.

July 23 – 25

Today, ResLife professionals must have ready knowledge of communication strategies, management techniques, and a variety of legal, sociological and psychological issues. This all-encompassing academy addresses key topics that support the mission of guiding and shaping young lives, and is designed for all residential staff interested in learning, sharing and refining their skills and strategies.

July 23 – 25

Enjoy three invigorating days of priceless introduction to admission work in a residential school. You’ll participate in large group sessions and smaller work groups focusing on core admission and enrollment topics: admission travel; interviewing; testing and assessment; financial aid; retention; institutional messaging in the admission process; working effectively with consultants and school placement offices; and international student issues.