Preconference (PCXXX)

Saturday Preconference (PC1XX), 9:00am–4:00pm
Sunday Preconference (PC2XX), 9:00am–4:00pm


Cindy Harrison
Learning Forward
Heather Clifton

PC101 | Coaching Matters

Not all coaching programs produce equal results. Learn about a framework that specifically describes what needs to be in place for a coaching program to be effective. Explore how using the framework can help to create, assess, and improve coaching programs. Examine the roles of coaches and the coach champion (primary advocate for the coaching program) and the essential characteristics of effective building-level instructional coaching programs. Walk away with practical examples, tools, and rubrics from the second edition of Coaching Matters (Learning Forward, 2020).
Area Focus: Coaching
Topics: Coaching Practices/Programs, Instructional Improvement, Models of Professional Learning
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders/Mentors/Team Leaders

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Robert Garmston
Facilitation Associates
Carolyn McKanders
Facilitation Associates

PC102 | Claiming Your Power: Facilitation Strategies for Teachers and Others

Address major challenges, tensions, and questions around managing meetings. See how to produce engagement and buy-in and make meetings productive even when there is insufficient time, conflict, and difficult people. Get teacher and administrative clarity on decision-making. Acquire tools, concepts, and experience-based research in this interactive session appropriate for teachers and others without role authority, such as curriculum specialists, counselors, instructional support persons, and department and grade-level heads.
Area Focus: Leadership Development
Topics: Adult Development and Learning, Facilitation, Leadership Development
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Office Personnel (Directors/Consultants for Instruction, Technology, Curriculum, Human Resources, and Assessment), Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches

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Frederick Brown
Learning Forward
Kay Psencik
Learning Forward

PC103 | Becoming a Learning System

Explore how school districts, charter management organizations, and networks of traditional and nontraditional schools can create environments that foster effective teaching and learning. Understand the assumptions guiding this work and Learning Forward’s vision for a learning system. Discuss the changing role of a district or charter management central office necessary to support the work of building leaders and their leadership teams. Examine the link between standards-based professional learning, improved practices of teachers and leaders, and increased student learning to gain a system focus. Participants will receive a copy of Becoming a Learning System (Learning Forward, 2013).
Area Focus: Learning Communities and Networks
Topics: Continuous improvement Cycles, Learning Networks, Models of Professional Learning
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Level Professional Development Leaders, District Office Personnel (Directors/Consultants for Instruction, Technology, Curriculum, Human Resources, and Assessment), Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents

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John Krownapple
Dignity Consulting
Floyd Cobb
Cobb Consulting

PC104 | Belonging Through a Culture of Dignity

Too often, equity implementation reinforces a vicious cycle of failure, largely because the keys to success are missing. Learn how to make equity actionable through the concepts of dignity and belonging. Experience a framework that helps districts, schools, and educators get their equity implementation right. Participants should bring a copy of Belonging Through a Culture of Dignity: The Keys to Successful Equity Implementation (Mimi & Todd Press, 2019). A limited number of copies will be available for sale on site.
Area Focus: Equity & Excellence
Topics: Cultural/Gender/Learning Differences/Racial Equity, Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, Culture and Climate, Equitable Access and Outcomes, Implementation, Title I / Economically Disadvantaged Population
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders/Mentors/Team Leaders

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John Eyolfson
Learning Forward
Stephanie Hirsh
Consultant
Learning Forward
Kellie Randall
Learning Forward

PC105 | Becoming a Learning Team

Gain step-by-step guidance in using collaborative learning time for teachers to solve specific student learning challenges. Examine a process for using student data to craft student and educator learning goals leading to learning plans, implementation steps, and progress monitoring. Focus on the role of learning teams in implementing high-quality instructional materials and what that means for student and educator learning goals and agendas. Participants will receive a copy of Becoming a Learning Team (Learning Forward, 2018, 2nd ed.).
Area Focus: Learning Designs and Implementation
Topics: Continuous improvement Cycles, Data-Driven Decision Making, Educator Effectiveness, Implementation, Instructional Improvement
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders/Mentors/Team Leaders

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Joellen Killion
Learning Forward

PC106 | Assessing Impact: Evaluating Professional Learning

Measuring the quality, effectiveness, and impact of professional learning requires thoughtful planning and implementation of an evaluation process. Acquire an eight-step process for evaluating professional learning. See how to assess the evaluability of a program; formulate evaluation questions; and construct an evaluation framework that includes data sources, data collection methods, and data analysis. Learn to apply the process to create a plan for evaluating your own professional learning programs. Participants will receive a copy of Assessing Impact: Evaluating Professional Learning (Corwin/Learning Forward, 2018, 3rd ed.).
Area Focus: Learning Designs and Implementation
Topics: Assessment Practices, Data-Driven Decision Making, Evaluation and Impact
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Level Professional Development Leaders, District Office Personnel (Directors/Consultants for Instruction, Technology, Curriculum, Human Resources, and Assessment), Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents

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Corrie Wallace
Cultivating Opportunities for Respectful Reflection on Identity through Education

PC107 | Equity Literacy for Leaders

Begin building a brave community and creating a more equitable learning environment by examining how your personal experiences and attitudes impact your professional practices as you prepare students for a global 21st-century world that’s not race neutral. Use your sphere of influence to create a space for accountability that addresses the individual intersecting social identities of students, cultivates their cultural capital, and empowers them intellectually and emotionally while sustaining professional learning for adults around educational equity and racial literacy. Learn to lead your school or district through a process that assesses the adaptability of your organization while modeling lifelong learning.
Area Focus: Equity & Excellence
Topics: Cultural/Gender/Learning Differences/Racial Equity, Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, Equitable Access and Outcomes, Title I / Economically Disadvantaged Population, Urban Issues and Settings
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders/Mentors/Team Leaders

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Ann Delehant
Delehant and Associates
Amy Colton
Center for Collaborative Inquiry
Debbie Cooke
WPGL Consulting

PC108 | Elevating Teacher Leadership

Teacher leadership is a powerful strategy for continuous improvement of teaching and learning. It promotes collaborative cultures, collective responsibility, teacher agency and credibility, and improved decision-making at school and district levels, resulting in equitable learning outcomes. See how teacher leadership has also proven to address teacher shortages. Explore how teacher leaders take responsibility for innovation and change. Acquire skills to advocate for and improve teacher leadership in schools and districts.
Area Focus: Leadership Development
Topics: Continuous improvement Cycles, Culture and Climate, Distributed/Shared Leadership, Instructional Improvement, Teacher Leadership
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders/Mentors/Team Leaders

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Deidre Farmbry
The Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotion Learning (CASEL)
Bloodine Barthelus
Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL)

PC109 | Shall We Dance? Understanding Choreography for Social and Emotional Learning Implementation

The commitment to developing and implementing schoolwide and districtwide practices for social and emotional learning requires establishing foundational awareness and understanding, developing and communicating a philosophical rationale, and revisiting and revising structures and routines. Learn about the organizational choreography needed for the work of social and emotional learning (SEL), and see how to place the social and emotional needs of students at center stage while sharing the spotlight with the traditional focus on academics. Examine both the mind moves and the machine moves necessary for having SEL serve as the catalyst for more supportive organizational rhythms, enabling more students to thrive.
Area Focus: Social & Emotional Learning
Topics: Brain Friendly Teaching & Learning, Engagement and Motivation of Disenfranchised Learners, Social Emotional Learning/Health (SEL/SEH), Title I / Economically Disadvantaged Population
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders/Mentors/Team Leaders

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Nat Duran
Illinois Safe Schools Alliance
Grecia Magdaleno
Illinois Safe Schools Alliance

PC110 | Best Practices in Supporting LGBTQ+ Students

Focus on the experiences and needs of LGBTQ+ young people in school settings. Acquire language and terminology, understand identity development, and experience opportunities for reflection, dialogue, and skill building.
Area Focus: Equity & Excellence
Topics: Cultural/Gender/Learning Differences/Racial Equity, Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, Equitable Access and Outcomes, Social Emotional Learning/Health (SEL/SEH)
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders/Mentors/Team Leaders

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Brian Reiser
Professor of Learning Sciences
Northwestern University
Katherine McNeill
Professor of Science Education
Boston College

PC111 | Supporting Teachers in Next Generation Science Teaching

A framework with a research-based vision for science teaching and learning has led to new science standards across three-fourths of the U.S. Focus on the key instructional shifts targeted by these standards, including the central role of using students’ own questions to drive their learning and connecting students’ science learning to their own lives. Discover how these shifts are reflected in instructional materials and the types of classroom discourse needed to support these approaches, in which students build, test, and refine their science ideas. Examine the role of coaches, principals, and professional learning providers in supporting teachers to make these shifts. Explore how to conduct and debrief classroom observations for this type of teaching.
Area Focus: High Quality Curriculum
Topics: Educator Effectiveness, Inquiry-Based Instruction, Instructional Improvement, Open Educational Resources/Practices (OER/OEP), Science
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders/Mentors/Team Leaders

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Denise Augustine
Secondee
Ministry of Education
Roderick Allen
Rod Allen Consulting

PC112 | Seeking Equity Through Truth and Reconciliation

What happens when leaders, both formal and informal, seek to understand the truth of historical oppression and how that oppression continues to exist deep in our structures? See how taking purposeful, significant actions toward reconciliation can move education toward equity for all. Experience truth through a facilitated, collective, interactive telling of the story of colonization designed to promote awareness of multiple worldviews.
Area Focus: International Perspectives and Emerging Issues
Topics: Cultural/Gender/Learning Differences/Racial Equity, Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, Culture and Climate, Equitable Access and Outcomes, Trauma-Informed Practice
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Level Professional Development Leaders, District Office Personnel (Directors/Consultants for Instruction, Technology, Curriculum, Human Resources, and Assessment), Policy Makers and Community Stakeholders

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Laura Lipton
Mira Via
Bruce Wellman
Mira Via

PC113 | Leading Groups: Effective Strategies for Building Professional Community

Group leaders wear many hats at once as they bring positional responsibility, technical knowledge, and information to meetings and work sessions. Explore a leadership repertoire that flexes between the stances of presenting, collaborating, and facilitating when communicating important information. Explore ways skillful leaders manage three simultaneous agendas with and for their groups: task focus, process skill development, and relational development. Master the mindful leader’s delicate balancing act by understanding when and how leaders should assert themselves with their groups and when and how to integrate themselves within their groups.
Area Focus: Leadership Practices
Topics: Adult Development and Learning, Facilitation, Leadership Development, Teacher Leadership
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Office Personnel (Directors/Consultants for Instruction, Technology, Curriculum, Human Resources, and Assessment), Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches

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Douglas Fisher
Professor and Chair of Educational Leadership
San Diego State University and Health Sciences High and Middle College
Nancy Frey
Professor in Educational Leadership
San Diego State University and Health Sciences High and Middle College

PC201 | Engagement by Design: The Impact of Relationships, Clarity, and Challenge

Focus on ways to engage students and ensure they are learning more. Explore ways in which leaders can help teachers build and maintain healthy, growth-producing relationships with students. Ensure teachers know what students need to learn, communicate learning expectations to students, and reach agreements on what learning success looks like. Explore the role of challenging learning tasks and understand the role difficulty and complexity play in students' learning.
Area Focus: High Quality Curriculum
Topics: Curricular Rigor, Educator Effectiveness, Engagement and Motivation of Disenfranchised Learners, Instructional Improvement, Instructional Leadership and Supervision, Literacy
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Level Professional Development Leaders, Principals, Assistant Principals, Teacher Leaders/Mentors/Team Leaders

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Thomas Guskey
University of Kentucky

PC202 | Grading

Changing the way we grade and report student learning requires challenging some of education’s longest-held traditions. Learn what research says about effective grading and reporting policies and practices and the importance of fairness and honesty in grading. Explore a variety of ways to report student learning progress to parents and families, along with procedures for implementing new reporting structures, including standards-based grading.
Area Focus: Research & Impact
Topics: Assessment Practices, College- and Career-Readiness/Student Performance Standards, Curricular Rigor, Data-Driven Decision Making
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Level Professional Development Leaders, District Office Personnel (Directors/Consultants for Instruction, Technology, Curriculum, Human Resources, and Assessment), Principals, Assistant Principals

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Zaretta Hammond
Transformative Learning Solutions

PC203 | Collaborative Inquiry for Effective Implementation of Culturally Responsive Practices

How do school districts translate a vision to become more culturally responsive into real practice that deepens student relationships, builds academic mindsets, and increases student ability to engage in rigorous learning that moves the needle on achievement results? See how to overcome the implementation gap by using collaborative inquiry methods that facilitate deep changes in mindset as well as instructional norms for leaders and teachers. Explore the role that collaborative inquiry methods play in executing an effective implementation plan to integrate culturally responsive practices into social and emotional learning (SEL) initiatives as well as instructional initiatives centered around literacy, math, and STEM. Learn from case studies and experience an opportunity to review and revise your existing plans as you apply what you learn.
Area Focus: Equity & Excellence
Topics: Change Management, Collaborative Inquiry, Cultural/Gender/Learning Differences/Racial Equity, Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, Equitable Access and Outcomes, Implementation, Social Emotional Learning/Health (SEL/SEH), Title I / Economically Disadvantaged Population
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Level Professional Development Leaders, Principals, Assistant Principals, Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents

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Eric Twadell
Superintendent
Adlai E. Stevenson High School

PC204 | Relentless: Building a Culture of Continuous Improvement in Schools as Professional Learning Communities

Explore how to create and sustain a culture of continuous improvement in schools working as professional learning communities. Gain the tools and strategies that have supported award-winning Adlai E. Stevenson High School for 25 years.
Area Focus: Learning Communities and Networks
Topics: Continuous improvement Cycles, Culture and Climate, Learning Networks, Models of Professional Learning
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Level Professional Development Leaders, Principals, Assistant Principals, Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents

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Val Olekshy
Shannon Noble
Fort McMurray Public Schools

PC205 | The Art and Science of Implementation

Often our best efforts do not result in the change we imagined, most often due to the lack of clarity of the change or intervention and the implementation process. Examine how to support implementation through diverse professional learning opportunities and address conditions such as shared vision, leadership, time, resources, research, evidence, and community engagement. See how thoughtful implementation planning, including an evaluation framework to know if your efforts are having an impact, will lead to continuous improvements supporting educator and student success.
Area Focus: Learning Designs and Implementation
Topics: Change Management, Continuous improvement Cycles, Evaluation and Impact, Implementation
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Level Professional Development Leaders, District Office Personnel (Directors/Consultants for Instruction, Technology, Curriculum, Human Resources, and Assessment), Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents

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Joellen Killion
Learning Forward

PC206 | Learning-Focused Feedback

Feedback is a core part of the learning process for students and adults, but not all feedback, especially with adults, promotes change in practice. Examine and challenge your assumptions about feedback. Explore learning-focused feedback and its use. Learn to use the feedback process to overcome obstacles. Participants will receive a copy of The Feedback Process: Transforming Feedback for Professional Learning (Learning Forward, 2019).
Area Focus: Leadership Practices
Topics: Educator Effectiveness, Feedback and Observations, Leadership Development
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Level Professional Development Leaders, Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches

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Marcia Tate
Developing Minds

PC207 | “Sit and Get” Won't Grow Dendrites: 20 Instructional Strategies That Engage the Adult Brain

Visualize the worst presentation that you have ever been a part of as an adult learner. Now visualize the best one. No doubt there is a considerable difference between the two. Learn 20 strategies that you can use to make your professional learning experience unforgettable. Examine techniques that result in sustained adult behavior change.
Area Focus: Leadership Practices
Topics: Brain Friendly Teaching & Learning, Change Management, Facilitation
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders/Mentors/Team Leaders

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Amy Nicholson
Turnaround for Children

PC208 | The Power You Carry: How to Become a Brain Builder to Help All Children Thrive

By understanding and addressing the impact of adversity on learning, we can put all children on a path toward healthy development and academic achievement. Examine the way schools can be designed to become supportive, trustful environments for children, where they develop the skills and mindsets that are requisite for success in school, work, and life. Review research showing that supportive, buffering relationships with adults can prevent and even reverse the negative effects of traumatic experiences. Leave with concrete strategies to apply the science to interactions with students.
Area Focus: Social & Emotional Learning
Topics: Brain Friendly Teaching & Learning, Social Emotional Learning/Health (SEL/SEH), Trauma-Informed Practice
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders/Mentors/Team Leaders

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Jim Knight
University of Kansas

PC209 | The Impact Cycle: Essential Skills for Instructional Coaches

For more than two decades, Jim Knight and his research colleagues in Kansas have been working to identify best practices for instructional coaching. Hear about the results of their findings in the impact cycle, a simple and powerful way coaches can help teachers improve teaching to improve student learning.
Area Focus: Coaching
Topics: Coaching Practices/Programs, Instructional Improvement, Instructional Leadership and Supervision
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Level Professional Development Leaders, Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches

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Linda Friedrich
WestEd

PC210 | Social and Emotional Learning to Support Rigorous Disciplinary Literacy

How students approach challenges and persevere plays a crucial role in their success with disciplinary learning and literacy. Reflect on classroom cases and engage in routines designed to elicit students’ strengths and build classroom collaboration in the context of developing adolescents’ academic literacy. Gain an insider’s view of how enacting a professional learning design encourages middle and high school teachers to focus on growth and mastery, identity and community, passion and purpose, self-efficacy, metacognitive awareness, and metacognitive control to promote positive academic and social and emotional outcomes.
Area Focus: Social & Emotional Learning
Topics: Curricular Rigor, Literacy, Models of Professional Learning, Secondary Education, Social Emotional Learning/Health (SEL/SEH)
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders/Mentors/Team Leaders

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Val Brown
Professional Learning Manager and Facilitator
Teaching Tolerance
Byron Durias
Principal
Seminole County Public Schools

PC211 | Social Justice Teaching 101

Learn how to effectively implement anti-bias instruction in classrooms. Discover practical strategies for accomplishing academic and social and emotional goals side by side. Discuss learning conditions that honor all identities and reflect diversity, equity, and justice. Explore ready-to-use materials and see how to apply rigorous standards and ways to incorporate research-based teaching practices. Leave with ideas and tools for transforming classrooms and schools.
Area Focus: Equity & Excellence
Topics: Cultural/Gender/Learning Differences/Racial Equity, Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, Culture and Climate, Equitable Access and Outcomes, Social Emotional Learning/Health (SEL/SEH)
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: Principals, Assistant Principals, School-based Professional Development Leaders/Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders/Mentors/Team Leaders

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Michelle Bowman
Vice President, Networks & Content Design
Learning Forward
Elizabeth Foster
Learning Forward
Melinda George
Chief Policy Officer
Learning Forward
Nick Morgan
Consultant
Learning Forward

PC212 | Networks for Continuous Learning and Improvement

Learning Forward networks, grounded in the Standards for Professional Learning, leverage learning teams to design and implement professional learning interventions. Experience how networks use equity-centered improvement theory and methods that lead to improved practice. Join with facilitators of the Redesign PD Community of Practice and the What Matters Now Network to learn about the process and the outcomes. Assess the current state of your professional learning and then ideate testable interventions, strategies, promising solutions, and possible change ideas to identify those specific to your local context. Try out protocols using data to make progress against outcomes or indicators that are predictive of longer-term success. Leave with tools for developing a theory of improvement. This session is designed for district teams of 3-5 members.
Area Focus: Learning Communities and Networks
Topics: Comprehensive System Improvement/Reform, Data-Driven Decision Making, Implementation, Learning Networks
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Level Professional Development Leaders, District Office Personnel (Directors/Consultants for Instruction, Technology, Curriculum, Human Resources, and Assessment), Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents

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Abrams Jennifer
Jennifer Abrams Consulting
Bill Sommers

PC213 | Intentionally Developing Educators: Effectively Accelerating Adult Learning

Research shows that adults working together can effectively increase student achievement. Use a model for leadership professional learning to assess your departments, grade levels, or schools to effectively collaborate, learn, and develop together. Develop specific, focused strategies to build a flexible repertoire and skill set to focus on your work supporting colleagues’ development as a learning community.
Area Focus: Learning Communities and Networks
Topics: Adult Development and Learning, Assessment Practices, Learning Networks, Models of Professional Learning
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Level Professional Development Leaders, District Office Personnel (Directors/Consultants for Instruction, Technology, Curriculum, Human Resources, and Assessment), Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents

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Frederick Brown
Learning Forward
Stephanie Hirsh
Learning Forward
Kay Psencik
Learning Forward

PC214 | Becoming a Learning Principal

What does it mean to be an authentic learning principal and learning leader? Apply a learning and improvement lens to the principal’s major responsibilities. Assess your current state and consider reasons to invest in new learning and new actions. Dig into cases of high-performing and low-performing schools to distinguish effective principal practices. Examine how investing in learning and improvement produces higher levels of performance and impact for staff and students. Receive a copy of the newly released The Learning Principal coauthored by the session facilitators.
Area Focus: Leadership Practices
Topics: Instructional Improvement, Instructional Leadership and Supervision, Learning Networks, Principal Pathways/Pipelines
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Level Professional Development Leaders, Principals, Assistant Principals, Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents

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Jenni Donohoo
Praxis-Engaging Ideas
Steven Katz
University of Toronto, OISE

PC215 | Leveraging Collective Efficacy to Achieve Quality Implementation

Quality implementation of evidence-based strategies remains a consistent and widespread challenge when it comes to school improvement efforts despite the plethora of research. Learn evidence-based practices and share ways to tap into the sources of collective efficacy through powerful professional learning to make support work in schools and classrooms.
Area Focus: Learning Designs and Implementation
Topics: Change Management, Continuous improvement Cycles, Implementation, School Improvement/Reform
Session Length: 5-hours
Audiences: District Office Personnel (Directors/Consultants for Instruction, Technology, Curriculum, Human Resources, and Assessment), Policy Makers and Community Stakeholders, Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents

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