7 REASONS TO PLAN A LONG TIME AHEAD FOR CONFERENCES

Terry Freedman reminds us why, even in the midst of hectic schedules, it’s worth planning ahead.
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Terry Freedman reminds us why, even in the midst of hectic schedules, it’s worth planning ahead:

1. Last in, first out.
Educators who ask for time off later than everyone else are more likely to have their requests refused.

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2. More time for planning.
Prepare plenty of work for your classes to do in your absence.

3. Be an early bird.
Take advantage of special discounted rates available only for those who book early.

4. Stay close.
Reserve ahead to get a room as near to the venue as possible.

5. Book sessions.
Make sure you get tickets for your first-choice sessions.

6. Enjoy cheaper travel.
Take advantage of the best fares by planning ahead.

7. Plan your time.
Make sure you don’t miss something you really wanted to do.

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