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Jack Berckemeyer
Director of Nuts & Bolts
Lead, Teach, and Learn


Due to an overwhelming interest in Nuts & Bolts Symposiums,
online registration has been closed.

Please call (720) 328-6747 to see if any individual or small group requests
can still be accommodated.

Thanks for your interest in Nuts & Bolts- Ready to Lead, Teach and Learn.

Ready to Lead, Teach and Learn

Personal Video welcome and invitation to Nuts and Bolts from Jack Berckemyer and Kim Campbell

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Our conferences are designed to help educators who deal with young adolescents (Grades 4-9). Each segment of the school community will learn and grow while attending Nuts and Bolts. We have created sessions for those who LEAD, those who TEACH, and for those ready to LEARN!

Being Ready to Lead, Teach and Learn is critical with all the dynamic changes that are happening in education. No matter what the current trend might be, Nuts and Bolts will help you remain a dynamic, motivated educator who is truly committed to this age group. Our sessions provide attendees with meaningful, long lasting learning that will keep you, your staff, and students motivated throughout the school year.

Here is what you can expect from the conference, keynotes, and sessions!


Ready to Lead Sessions
  • Ideas that help school leaders change and reform their school
  • Practical ideas that help foster a safe school environment
  • Techniques that increase a school leaders' skills and knowledge
  • Time to network with other school leaders
  • Knowledge of cutting edge curriculum that can be implemented within your school
  • Time to laugh and share some of your great practices

Ready to Teach and Learn Sessions
  • Practical ideas that motivate young adolescents
  • Ideas that help build relationships between teachers and students
  • Hands-on ideas that enhance intrinsic motivation
  • Strategies that get students involved as active partners in their learning
  • Ideas to deal with at risk students
  • Fun and engaging ideas that motivate teachers to become outstanding educators
  • Time to share your ideas and practices that are making a difference in your classroom
  • Literacy and Technology
  • Curriculum for creating effective teams
  • Newest research and practices that are truly effective for young adolescents
  • Knowledge on Common Core and Classroom Management