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Saturday, April 28
 

7:30am

Exhibitor Time
Saturday April 28, 2018 7:30am - 8:15am
Floor 7

7:30am

Registration
Saturday April 28, 2018 7:30am - 8:15am
Auditorium Level 1

8:45am

Keynote- Thomas C. Murray
Tom serves as the Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools, a project of the Alliance for Excellent Education. He has testified before the U.S. Congress, appeared on various television and radio shows such as Real Money (TV) and NPR, and has been featured in such publications as Principal Leadership Magazine, EdTech K-12 Magazine, Tech & Learning Magazine, Center for Digital Education, Edweek, EdSurge, Edutopia, eSchoolNews, THE Journal, Smartbrief, GettingSmart, among others. Connect with him on Twitter @thomascmurray.

Speakers

Saturday April 28, 2018 8:45am - 9:45am
Auditorium Level 1

9:45am

10:30am

"Digital Design Tools to Foster English Language Learners’ Math and Language Literacy "
NYSCI’s Noticing Tools are a suite of mobile apps that enable learners to see, touch and manipulate hard to teach mathematical concepts through designing digital artifacts. This presentation will highlight instructional strategies for using digital tools to engage English Language learners in mathematical discourse and deepen understanding of core concepts.

Participants will leave with insights into how NYSCI's mobile Noticing Tools can be used to support active, embodied learning of core math content through design and play, with direct links to relevant case studies of how the tools impacted student learning and confidence, supporting curricular resources, and free access to the apps through the Apple App store.  


Saturday April 28, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
60000

10:30am

Building Teacher Capacity and Cultivating a Culture of Pedagogical Innovation
Participants will learn how the Highland Falls-Fort Montgomery CSD Technology Leadership Team worked together to build teacher capacity and cultivate a culture of pedagogical innovation. A spiral model for change served as the framework we used to explore emerging technologies, examine pedagogy, and evaluate outcomes. 

Participants will learn how to use the spiral model for change to effect change in their classrooms/schools/districts.

Participants will learn about projects the teacher leaders implemented with their students, including augmented reality, robotics, hyperdocs, digital bookshelves, and multi-modal texts. 

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Tejedor

Andrea Tejedor

Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction & Technology, Highland Falls-Ft Montgomery CSD
Contact me at: tejedor.andrea@gmail.com Twitter - @astrategicshift.


Saturday April 28, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
6000000

10:30am

Innovative Classrooms: Harnessing the Power of Technology, Instruction, & Design
Integrating technology, innovative instructional practices, and classroom design enhancements are critical to a learning environment that is developmentally appropriate and engaging. Leaders from the South Glens Falls CSD will show how they have updated instructional strategies using technology, innovative classroom design, and hands-on professional development. Topics covered will include: making vision a reality, using technology as a tool rather than a focus of learning, and the importance of collaboration. Various tech tools and their place within instruction will be shared.

In this model, teachers effectively integrate communication, creativity, and collaboration into daily lessons, while challenging students to think critically. Attendees will understand and appreciate this learning environment, learn about new tools for changing classroom instruction, and walk through a case-study of a successful implementation. 

Speakers
avatar for Timothy Dawkins

Timothy Dawkins

Assistant Superintendent, South Glens Falls Central School District


Saturday April 28, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
600000000

10:30am

More Than Just A Field Trip
    Join the NYCDOE’s Genovesi  Environmental Study Center and the NYC Center for Aerospace and Applied  Mathematics as we demonstrate how our Centers enhance and support classroom  instruction through field trips. Learn how we integrate technology and  digital resources into pre/post field trip activities as well as during field  trips.

After attending this session, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the importance of the pre and post activities as they relate to a field trip to GESC and NYCCAAM as well as gain access to free digital resources and texts. They will be able to implement these pre/post activities and digital resources within their classroom as supports for experiential learning at the Centers. By becoming more comfortable with the technology used during their field trip, we hope participants will feel inspired to incorporate this technology into their own classroom and attend another field trip to extend the learning beyond their classroom.


Saturday April 28, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
60000000000

10:30am

Not Enough Time - One of the Biggest Challenges Administrators Face
Apps/extensions are suited to assist administrators in some way to save time where there is extra to be spared. The best apps/extensions for administrators will always be those that optimize bulky processes, and bring meaningful data together in the simplest, quickest, and most accessible form.

Participants will come away with skills and information on how to maximize their time.  Participants will also be provided with an array of apps/extensions that will help maximize their time so that they are able to build relationships with students and staff, get more involved in school events like fundraisers, attend more school productions, and generally be a visible and approachable face within the school.

Speakers
avatar for Ian MacCormack

Ian MacCormack

Associate Principal, Hudson City School District


Saturday April 28, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
6000000000000

10:30am

School Branding with Spark: Storytelling + Community Connections
How are you telling your school’s story? Are you sharing the great work happening by your students and teachers? In this session, EdTech and Curriculum Consultant and former NYC magnet school teacher Dr. Monica Burns will share strategies for sharing your school’s story with the free, easy-to-use Spark tools.

Attendees will create movies to share school stories.
Attendees will explore a drag and drop website tool.
Attendees will make graphics ready for social media sharing.

Speakers
avatar for Monica Burns

Monica Burns

EdTech & Curriculum Consultant, Class Tech Tips
Dr. Monica Burns is an EdTech and Curriculum consultant, author and former New York City public school teacher. She visits schools across the country to support PreK-20 teachers to make technology integration meaningful and sustainable. Monica’s website ClassTechTips.com helps educators... Read More →


Saturday April 28, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
6.0E+14

10:30am

The Changing Role of the Chief Technology Officer
    Today’s Chief Technology Officer is  faced with responsibilities that didn’t exist five years ago.  They must be able to develop strategic  approaches in support of goals.  
   
   Participants will be introduced to the Leadership Framework of Essential  Skills and the Educational Technology Leader Certification (CETL) from  Consortium of School Networks (COSN).

Participant will be able to determine a plan of action for their own readiness as a ed tech leader and develop a plan of action moving forward toward their professional goals.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Martabano

Sarah Martabano

Manager, Educational Technology, Lower Hudson Regional Information Center


Saturday April 28, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
6.0E+16

10:30am

Transforming Learning and Teaching with Apple Technology in the Classroom
In this session, you’ll explore the impact of Apple technology in education, including the shifting expectations of our learners. You’ll also discover tools that accelerate and expand learning as you experience a day in the life of a Apple classroom.

Participants will be able to take the strategies discussed in the session and integrate them into their daily instruction to increase learning.

Speakers

Saturday April 28, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
6.0E+18

10:30am

Making Matters - How and why to embrace the Maker Mindset
Participants will learn why the Maker Mindset is so important. The presenter will tie Maker experiences to ISTE Standards for Students (Refresh 2016). Tangible and intangible benefits of Makers will be discussed. Participants will then work at experience various tech leveled Maker stations (LEDs, Caine's Arcade, Little Bits, Lego EV3...)

Participants will be ready to offer broader forms of learning and assessment based on this session

Speakers
avatar for Steven Hauk

Steven Hauk

Principal, Half Hollow Hills
MakerspaceTech IntegrationMaker Mindset, creating a growth mindset using MakerspaceUsing Tech for SEL



Saturday April 28, 2018 10:30am - 11:15pm
6C6

10:30am

Reimagining Student Engagement, Assessments, and Data Collection
Tired of the same five students answering all of your in-class questions?  Plickers, Google Forms, and Kahoot all allow you to gather feedback from every single student in your class in a matter of seconds.  Watch and learn, or bring your laptop, tablet, or smartphone to test-drive them yourself!

As a result of attending this workshop participants will…

1.)  Be able to create and navigate their own free Plickers, Flubaroo, and Kahoot accounts
2.)  Be able to create a variety of different question types for assessment opportunities before, during, or after class
3.)  Leave with a folder full of resources (including tutorial videos, samples, and more) upon completion.  https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0B084vY_N0hoATVFyZTVFMi0tSUU 

Speakers
avatar for Ryan Fisk

Ryan Fisk

Professor, Manhattanville College
Prof. Ryan Fisk brings several years' experience teaching and as a department chairperson to Manhattanville's educational leadership and physical education programs, providing his students the opportunity to explore teaching and administrative software and services, stay abreast of... Read More →


Saturday April 28, 2018 10:30am - 11:15pm
6C7

11:30am

12:30pm

Beyond Lexile: Using Real-Time Data to Target Students from High-Needs to High-Performing
As educators, we want to help all our students succeed, which means we need to keep a close eye on how they are mastering literacy skills. This session will focus on how administrators and teachers can utilize real-time, norm-referenced performance data to create an action plan that empowers educators and supports student success.

Speakers
avatar for Hunter Shelburne

Hunter Shelburne

Account Executive, Lexia Learning
Lexia Learning’s literacy improvement and assessment solutions currently help more than three million students learn to read. Lexia's literacy programs provide explicit, systematic, personalized learning on critical reading and language skills, and deliver real-time performance... Read More →


Saturday April 28, 2018 12:30pm - 1:15pm
60000

12:30pm

Classroom Accommodations & Modifications through G Suite
We teach students with many different needs and skill levels. Utilizing technology is a great way to meet the needs of students with disabilities. In this session, we will review how to modify classroom instruction through technology to help every student be successful. This session is perfect for teachers of all grade levels and content areas.

After this session teachers will be able to have a great technology tool belt to pull from to help meet the individual needs of students within their classrooms. 

Speakers
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Amy Dinkins

Special Education Teacher, Beacon City Schools


Saturday April 28, 2018 12:30pm - 1:15pm
6000000

12:30pm

Delivering Results: Leveraging online curriculum to improve graduation and dropout rates
Join us for an interactive discussion on implementing a digital curriculum program, including effective strategies, best practices and lessons learned. Leave with an actionable plan to increase student achievement that supports all students—at-risk, struggling and accelerated—with the skills they need for success beyond high school.

• Participants will identify the vision and educational goals of their digital curriculum program.
• Participants will understand how to create an implementation timeline, including professional development.
• Participants will be able to identify key program evaluation metrics. 

Speakers
avatar for Jason Mitchell

Jason Mitchell

Strategic Initiatives, Apex Learning


Saturday April 28, 2018 12:30pm - 1:15pm
600000000

12:30pm

Develop the Leaders of Tomorrow by Implementing PREP21 (Problem, Research, Evaluate, & Propose)
Attend our presentation and experience how PREP21 has revolutionized our teaching methods and increased student engagement. Explore our methods and implement technological resources to leverage this in your school. A portion of the presentation includes a playground activity allowing attendees to interact with our students and their ISTE Standard-aligned creations.
Attendees will walk away with a handbook and a set of tools needed to begin the implementation process of PREP21 at their own school with an opportunity for teacher leaders to earn a micro credential and for student leaders to earn a digital badge aligned to the PREP21 instructional methodology.

Teachers will learn a new Professional Development structure focusing on three week cycles of “learn it, work it, share it” where teacher leaders taught new engagement strategies to their peers including PREP21. As a direct result, teachers were given the opportunity to experiment with this and many other new ideas in their classes and then reflect upon the practice for next steps. Moving away from traditional practices and resources has increased student engagement and development of 21st century skills including collaboration, research, debate, and critical thinking. The “learn it, work it, share it” model has allowed for gradual implementation of new methods with the support of the Edison community.

Speakers
avatar for Moses Ojeda

Moses Ojeda

Principal, Thomas A. Edison Career & Technical Education High School
Moses Ojeda has been an educator for the past 20 years. He is a graduate of Adelphi University where he earned a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Technology. Moses is also a life long learner and holds the following industry certifications: Adobe Certified, Apple Certified... Read More →


Saturday April 28, 2018 12:30pm - 1:15pm
60000000000

12:30pm

Fostering an EdTech Culture: PD Methods for Creating Teacher Buy-In
In every school district there are teachers hesitant to integrate technology into their classrooms. This presentation will provide specific strategies and professional development models to help break down the barrier between district edTech initiatives and classroom implementation. With a little mix of everything, these strategies have proven effective in building relationships that further the integration of educational technology aligned to district initiatives. Alana Boylan is a K-12 Instructional Technology Specialist, Google Certified Trainer, and Microsoft Innovative Educator Trainer.

Participants will be able to implement new and creative ways for delivering training, disseminating information, and building positive relationships between administration and faculty regarding technology integration. 

Speakers
avatar for Alana Boylan

Alana Boylan

Instructional Technology Specialist, Mohawk Regional Information Center
M.S. Educational Technology Specialist, K-12Google Certified Trainer | Microsoft Innovative Educator Trainer



Saturday April 28, 2018 12:30pm - 1:15pm
6000000000000

12:30pm

Knowledge is Power; Being a Connected Educator on Twitter is Powerful
Becoming a connected educator is powerful, especially when you learn  how to maximize your use of and learning through Twitter. This workshop will take you from an intermediate user and make you a  confident and  expert user of Twitter as an educator. 

They will be able to take their Twitter account to the next level. 

Speakers
avatar for Billy Krakower

Billy Krakower

Teacher, Beatrice Gilmore Elementary School
Billy Krakower is a nationally recognized educator and author. ​​Currently, he serves as a teacher at Beatrice Gilmore Elementary School in the Woodland Park Public School District in New Jersey. For the past ten years, Billy has served his students as a Special Education Teacher... Read More →


Saturday April 28, 2018 12:30pm - 1:15pm
6.0E+16

12:30pm

Leverage Student Centered Learning for Higher Academic Achievement
Participants will learn about the use of One Learning Framework for All that is Technology Enhanced, Culturally Responsive and Learner Centered/Driven.  

They will be inspired to actually do this work in their schools and classrooms. They will leave with a vision for technology use in the school and classrooms, an action plan with steps that they can immediately take and knowledge of easy to use, easily available and free tech tools that they can begin using the very next day. 

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Goldberg

Jennifer Goldberg

Director of Advanced Academic Access, NYCDOE Office of School Support and Supervision
Within the Office of School Support and Supervision for Brooklyn North High Schools, my primary role as Director of Advanced Academic Access is to support AP for ALL in our schools, but also to ensure that all students in our schools have access to the most rigorous courses, programs... Read More →
avatar for Jason Green

Jason Green

Co-Founder, Culture Transformer and 21C Learning ExpertAs a social and education entrepreneur, Jason has dedicated his career to creating positive change in education. A co-founder of LINC (Learning Innovation Catalyst), Jason has supported over 1,000 schools in reimagining and implementing... Read More →


Saturday April 28, 2018 12:30pm - 1:15pm
6.0E+18

12:30pm

The Head, Heart, and Hands of Effective Leadership
Educational Administrative Leaders and classroom teachers face unprecedented challenges as they seek to transform teaching and learning with technology. Effective leaders would do well to focus on the three elements of effective change leaders: the Head: Vision & Strategies, the Heart: Relationships and Trust, Hands: Practice and Action.

Improve their ability to support, motivate, and inspire others to embrace change.
Learn to utilize the unique personal attributes and strengths they need to lead.
Develop their awareness of the habits and the personal tendencies that may be hindering their leadership effectiveness.
Build high quality trusting relationships with those they lead.
Build their resilience and diminish their feelings of stress and overwhelm.
Help them stay centered in the midst of difficult situations.
Assist them in resolving conflicts and resistance effectively.

Speakers
avatar for Pete Reilly

Pete Reilly

The Head, Heart and Hands of Effective Leadership is designed to guide you to become the true leader of your tribe. It will take effective leadership to create classrooms and schools that are successful academically, rich in humanity, and filled with the joy of curiosity, learning... Read More →


Saturday April 28, 2018 12:30pm - 1:15pm
6C6

12:30pm

Website and Digital Content Accessibility
For us, website accessibility is not just about meeting a federal regulation — it is about building a website and digital content that is inclusive for all. The goal of this session is to provide you with the knowledge you need to build and maintain an accessible websites and digital content.

1 in 5 students have some form of disability which impacts their learning and accessing digital content. Ensuring information is Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, and Robust is critical.

Speakers
avatar for Daren Khairule

Daren Khairule

Lower Hudson Regional Information Center


Saturday April 28, 2018 12:30pm - 1:15pm
6C7

12:30pm

Leadership in a Digital Age: Sometimes It's Counterintuitive
Technology-rich learning environments bring new challenges and the need to revisit and create policies, practices, and procedures — both in and out of the classroom. Join Jeff Mao for a pragmatic exploration of school policies in light of the ever-changing digital landscape and discover when to ignore conventional wisdom.

Participants will be better prepared to examine and consider how new and changing policies in order to better balance educational needs versus risk mitigation and political realities.

Speakers
avatar for Wonder Workshop

Wonder Workshop

Senior Strategic Education Outreach Manager, Wonder Workshop
At Wonder Workshop, we code in kid speak. While Lincoln Logs and LEGOs were the building blocks of past generations’ play, coding is the tool of the 21st century kid. We build coding languages uniquely designed for kids ages 6 and up, putting the power of play into their hands... Read More →


Saturday April 28, 2018 12:30pm - 11:30pm
6C6

1:20pm

1:30pm

Learning Apps for Rigor and Relevance- CANCELLED
Teaching with apps for computers and handheld devices can be very engaging to students.  But, all apps are not created equal! Go beyond simple apps that lead to student memorization and recall. Challenge your students by using apps to reflect, analyze and creatively solve complex, real-world problems by choosing apps that align with high rigor/high relevance teaching strategies. In this session, discover dozens of free or low-cost apps that are proven to increase student engagement and provide authentic instruction and assessments that contribute to rigorous and relevant student learning.

Participants will:
Be introduced to a model to define high rigor/high relevance instruction and 19 instructional strategies
Understand that apps should be selected based on the strategy to achieve learning goal
Learn how to adapt low level game apps to higher relevance
Be introduced to the every growing list of learning apps


Saturday April 28, 2018 1:30pm - 2:15pm
6.0E+18

1:45pm

Bring Wonder to Your Classroom with Dash, Dot, and Cue
Let’s bring excitement and wonder to our schools through robotics and coding with Dash, Dot, and Cue.  Learn why computer science skills are essential for elementary-aged learners. Understand how to implement an elementary computer science program that supports learning and critical thinking skills across the curricula.

Participants will leave with the confidence that computer science for elementary-aged learners is appropriate and doable along with the knowledge of how it can be done, and where to find the resources necessary to do so.

Speakers
avatar for Wonder Workshop

Wonder Workshop

Senior Strategic Education Outreach Manager, Wonder Workshop
At Wonder Workshop, we code in kid speak. While Lincoln Logs and LEGOs were the building blocks of past generations’ play, coding is the tool of the 21st century kid. We build coding languages uniquely designed for kids ages 6 and up, putting the power of play into their hands... Read More →


Saturday April 28, 2018 1:45pm - 2:30pm
6E6

1:45pm

Building Capacity for 21C Learning Transformation
The greatest challenge districts face in transitioning to 21C learning environments is how to effectively achieve buy-in from educators. How should leaders approach this transformation and help teachers build new instructional skills? This session will explore characteristics of effective professional development focusing on sustainability and culture for 21st century learning. 

School and instructional leaders will learn keys of how to drive 21C learning transformation in their school buildings specifically in the areas of modeling student-centered learning, implementing effective professional development, and supporting mindset and culture shifts. Teachers will learn key aspects of 21C learning practices and skills in becoming agents of their own professional development. 

Speakers
avatar for Jason Green

Jason Green

Co-Founder, Culture Transformer and 21C Learning ExpertAs a social and education entrepreneur, Jason has dedicated his career to creating positive change in education. A co-founder of LINC (Learning Innovation Catalyst), Jason has supported over 1,000 schools in reimagining and implementing... Read More →


Saturday April 28, 2018 1:45pm - 2:30pm
6E8

1:45pm

Develop the Leaders of Tomorrow by Implementing PREP21 (Problem, Research, Evaluate, & Propose)
Attend our presentation and experience how PREP21 has revolutionized our teaching methods and increased student engagement. Explore our methods and implement technological resources to leverage this in your school. A portion of the presentation includes a playground activity allowing attendees to interact with our students and their ISTE Standard-aligned creations.
Attendees will walk away with a handbook and a set of tools needed to begin the implementation process of PREP21 at their own school with an opportunity for teacher leaders to earn a micro credential and for student leaders to earn a digital badge aligned to the PREP21 instructional methodology.

Teachers will learn a new Professional Development structure focusing on three week cycles of “learn it, work it, share it” where teacher leaders taught new engagement strategies to their peers including PREP21. As a direct result, teachers were given the opportunity to experiment with this and many other new ideas in their classes and then reflect upon the practice for next steps. Moving away from traditional practices and resources has increased student engagement and development of 21st century skills including collaboration, research, debate, and critical thinking. The “learn it, work it, share it” model has allowed for gradual implementation of new methods with the support of the Edison community.

Speakers
avatar for Moses Ojeda

Moses Ojeda

Principal, Thomas A. Edison Career & Technical Education High School
Moses Ojeda has been an educator for the past 20 years. He is a graduate of Adelphi University where he earned a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Technology. Moses is also a life long learner and holds the following industry certifications: Adobe Certified, Apple Certified... Read More →


Saturday April 28, 2018 1:45pm - 2:30pm
6E10

1:45pm

Google Classroom: A one stop shop for your student’s needs.
Lear how to use Google Classroom to pull Nearpod, Remind, G-Suite, and all your digital tools together in a convenient location, to benefit student outcomes and teacher sanity.  Participants will leave with a plan of implementation for these tools.  All our successes and failures will be outlined for your benefit.

Participants will be able to implement Google Classroom and incorporate the current digital tools they are using.

Speakers

Saturday April 28, 2018 1:45pm - 2:30pm
6E12

1:45pm

Google Tour Builder: Making Real Connections Across All Subjects
Learning has never been more relevant and engaging!  Google Tour Builder is an amazing tool that allows students to create virtual tours using Google Earth.  Students can pick locations on Google Earth ,then add images, descriptions, video, and hyperlinks.  Tour builder can be a powerful application in all subject areas and grades. 

Participants will be able to use Google Tour Builder in their classrooms to allow their students to create amazing virtual tours.  Students can recreate a story line of a novel, map out historical events, visit various geographical features and biospheres, and much more. 

Speakers
avatar for Mallack Walsh

Mallack Walsh

Founder & Education Coach, NY, EdTechnology Specialists
Mallack Walsh, founder of Ed Technology Specialists, is an enthusiastic veteran educator with a passion for teaching and technology. After receiving a dual degree from Boston College he began working as a teacher at Comsewogue School District in 2003. While there, he became heavily... Read More →



Saturday April 28, 2018 1:45pm - 2:30pm
6E14

1:45pm

Identifying & Evaluating Effective Use of Technology in the Classroom
Master how to identify how well your classroom technologies are utilized, and learn how to increase that utilization with Teq’s Professional Development team. Throughout the presentation, we’ll explore common classroom scenarios, an, using rubrics, lesson planning, and observation sheets, learn strategies that will elevate your teachers to higher levels of instructional effectiveness. If you are concerned that your schools’ technology investments may not be used to their full potential, or you want to highlight you r great technology pioneers, this session is for you. 

Administrators will be able to implement evaluation and assessment strategies for effective implementation of technology in the classroom based on the SAMR and TPACK models.

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Wenke

Jessica Wenke

Curriculum Specialist, Teq



Saturday April 28, 2018 1:45pm - 2:30pm
6.0E+16

1:45pm

Power Up Your Practice with Instructional Technology & Data
How are current instructional technology and data visualization tools being utilized to inform educators in making data-driven decisions? This presentation will show how other districts in the state utilize dynamic data tools to inform their instructional practices.

After attending this session, participants will know and understand how to effectively utilize instructional technology and data tools to prioritize and effectively make decisions.  They will also understand how to utilize enhanced data visualizations to  determine strengths and challenges, so that decisions can be made more quickly to improve student outcomes.

Speakers
avatar for Bryan Fairbrother

Bryan Fairbrother

Educational Data Leader, Mohawk Regional Information Center
Bryan Fairbrother is currently the Educational Data Leader at the Mohawk Regional Information Center in Verona, New York. The position oversees all data programs and services, including the data warehouse. Bryan joined MORIC in July 2014. Before taking his current role, Bryan spent... Read More →


Saturday April 28, 2018 1:45pm - 2:30pm
6.0E+18

1:45pm

Teacher Leaders: Empowering our Experts
It’s true, you don’t need a title to be a leader. Teacher leaders are becoming the norm in our schools and it is time to empower them to find success. Teacher leaders are passionate educators that want to make positive change, mentor, collaborate, share ideas and highlight the school vision.

By the end of this session, participants will be able to go back to their schools so that they can identify those who are the teacher leaders, create teacher leadership roles, identify challenges that their schools might be facing, and create a plan for success for their teacher leaders.

Speakers
avatar for AJ Bianco

AJ Bianco

MS Social Studies Teacher, Harrington Park School


Saturday April 28, 2018 1:45pm - 2:30pm
6E4