2022 Conference Videos

Thank you to all those who participated in the 2022 TASA Midwinter Conference! On par with a non-pandemic year, we had about 6,000 attendees and exhibitors sharing their experience and expertise with each other at the Austin Convention Center, and we’re hearing from attendees that it was well worth the trip (despite the rain early in the week and the ice storm that cut some attendees’ experience short). We’re looking forward to seeing you all at the conference January 29-February 1, 2023!

Following are some of the highlights of the conference general sessions. Please note: We are unable to share video of any of the keynote speakers’ presentations. However, you may request access to George Couros’ slides.

In addition, Michael Ogg, principal of Alton Elementary School in Brenham ISD, shared his Google notes from TASA Midwinter on Twitter. If you missed all or part of the conference, be sure to check them out!

Presentation PDFs

PDFs of concurrent session presentations were uploaded to the conference mobile app by the respective presenters, if they chose to share them. If you cannot find a particular presentation PDF, please reach out directly to the presenter to ask if they will share it with you.

Update from TASA Executive Director Kevin Brown

During the First General Session of TASA’s Midwinter Conference, TASA Executive Director Kevin Brown shared with attendees a presentation that explained the origins of the TASA Visioning Document, how the TASA Strategic Framework came together a decade later to guide TASA into the future, and the progress being made toward the organization’s aspirations as TASA moves toward the organization’s 100th anniversary in 2025.

Why Texas School Leaders Join TASA

In conjunction with Dr. Brown’s update, TASA debuted a video about the organization’s progress toward the aspirations of the Strategic Framework developed by our TASA 2025 Task Force and on how being part of TASA is impacting Texas school leaders. Be sure to give it a watch and share it with colleagues who you think would benefit from TASA membership.

Student Performances

Thank you again to the schools and districts that shared their students with us during the general sessions! Their performances were fantastic!

Claudia Taylor Johnson High School Band, North East ISD; National Anthem: Santino Hallare, Woodlands High School, Conroe ISD

Duncanville High School Choir, Duncanville ISD

Henry Middle School Band, Leander ISD

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