The annual Keefe-Bruyette Symposium, held on the campus of the University of Saint Joseph, promises to be an inspiring day of learning about investigations in mathematics and science inquiry in the early childhood and elementary classroom. National education experts, as well as experienced classroom teachers, offer hands-on workshops about math and science teaching.
The symposium is typically held every third Monday in March.
The symposium is made possible by the generous support of Gene F. Bruyette H’04, Kathleen Barry Bruyette ’49, the late Harry Keefe, and Anita Keefe, long-time educational philanthropists.
March 9, 2020
The Keefe-Bruyette Symposium is an inspiring day of learning about investigations in mathematics and science inquiry in early childhood. National education experts, as well as experience classroom teachers, offer hands-on workshops about math and science teaching for infants/toddler and preschool children.
Workshops are designed with practicing teachers in mind. Our presenters bring a wide range of experience to the workshops including those who work with children in the classroom setting or conduct research and program development. They come with concrete examples and ideas that can be used in the classroom setting.
- 8:15–8:45 a.m. – Registration Check-In
- 9–10 a.m. – Keynote Address
- 10:15–11:45 a.m. – Morning Workshops
- 12–1 p.m. – Lunch (provided)
- 1:15–3:15 p.m. – Afternoon Workshops
- 3:30–4 p.m. – Tour the School for Young Children
- Full Day—$90
- Half day—$75