Frequently Asked Questions
What exactly is the Ethics & Leadership Conference
Why join us for this event?
Where is the event?
Event will be held in the Educational Technology Complex (ETC) on the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics Durham Campus (1219 Broad Street, Durham NC 27705). The ETC is on Maryland Ave. near the Club Blvd. Intersection. Visit the NCSSM Website for a map and directions.
Is it only in-person?
How is the Ethics & Leadership Conference different from my normal school day?
What will I be doing during my sessions?
What is the cost?
How many people can attend the conference?
Who should attend?
Who is leading these sessions?
I’m an educator attending the conference in-person. What can I expect?
In addition to the amazing events organized for students, in-person educators will have an opportunity to participate in a lunch-and-learn with Noelle Silver Russell and hear about the amazing resources available through Betabox Learning and the Ryden Program in Innovation and Leadership.
I’m an educator facilitating the conference at my school. What can I expect?
You will receive an educator’s guide 2 weeks before the conference. It will include optional pre-conference activities to teach in your classroom, all of the information necessary to facilitate the in-person conference day, and additional curriculum and lesson resources to extend your students’ learning beyond the day.
How can I find out more?
What is the COVID-19 masking policy?
NCSSM is a 'mask optional' campus but we encourage everyone attending the event in-person to safeguard the entire community by wearing a mask, particularly during in-door portions of the event.
How should I register for the in-person event?
How do I register to attend virtually?
I've registered. Now what?
How do I add the Zoom Meeting to my calendar?
Virtual participants will receive an email from Zoom after registering, there are links to add the Zoom Meeting to your calendar. The Zoom meeting is scheduled to last from 9:00 AM a.m. - 3:30 p.m. in your calendar. This meeting link will be used for all keynotes and breakout sessions.
I never received a link to the meetings? What should I do?
Zoom FAQs (Virtual Participants)
What if I am having trouble connecting to the Zoom Meetings?
Here are some helpful guides you may want to refer to:
How do I download Zoom?
My school does not allow me to download Zoom. Now what?
If you have access to a different computer, a tablet, or a smart phone, you may be able to join the meeting from that device instead. If you need to download the Zoom app on a different device from your school-issued computer, visit the Zoom Download Center.