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Administrator Conference 2017

Contact Information

Direct questions concerning the Administrator Conference to:

Brian Alaback, Director of Professional Learning

BALABACK@escambia.k12.fl.us

(850) 516-2902

2017 ECSD Administrators Conference Agenda

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Location:  Booker T. Washington High School       

Date:  Monday, July 24, 2017        

Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

 

Theme:  Multipliers: Utilizing the teacher evaluation to improve the professional practice.

Map to Booker T Washington High School

Keynote Presenter

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Superintendent Mr. Malcolm Thomas

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Keynote Slide Presentation

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Video of Keynote Presentation

Featured Speaker

Elise Foster, Co-Author - The Multiplier Effect: Tapping the Genius Inside Our Schools

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Presentation YouTube Trailer 

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Handouts

- Multiplier Effect Handout

Breakout Session Descriptions

Title: "K-5 You Can Handle Them All!" 

Elementary Session Presenters: Amanda Mann & Marcia Storniolo

Targeted Audience: Elementary Administrators and Teacher Leaders

Session Description: This session is designed to help administrators guide struggling teachers in developing skills to decrease problem behaviors at a variety of levels. Presenters will discuss ways for administrators to support teachers as they build relationships with students so that they can spend more time instructing and less time responding to discipline problems. Participants will leave with resources in-hand to use in their schools.  

 

Title: "6-12 You Can Handle Them All!"

Session Presenters: Jessica Horne & Dana Wilmot

Targeted Audience: Middle and High School Administrators and Teacher Leaders

Session Description: This session is designed to help administrators guide struggling teachers in developing skills to decrease problem behaviors at a variety of levels. Presenters will discuss ways for administrators to support teachers as they build relationships with students so that they can spend more time instructing and less time responding to discipline problems. Participants will leave with resources in-hand to use in their schools.  

 

Title:  “K-12 Literacy Look Fors for the Florida Standards”

Session Presenters: Lisa Marsh, Jodie Broussard, Kim Gunn, and Alison Brantley

Targeted Audience: Elementary, Middle and High School Administrators and Teacher Leaders

Description: This session will be a hands on look at what to expect in standards based instruction to help understand the three instructional shifts associated with the Florida ELA Standards.  Participants will work through the following questions and more:  How do I know if the text used is of high quality?  What listening and speaking activities should I see?  What does vocabulary and knowledge building look like?

 

Title: “K-12 Small Group Instruction for Mathematics” 

Session Presenters: Tammy Barton, Marney Lowery, and Shauna Paedae

Targeted Audience:  Elementary, Middle and High School Administrators and Teacher Leaders

Description: This session will be a hands on look at what an effective standards based math small group instruction looks like.  Participants will learn about the design elements and alignments needed to provide a standard based small group instruction that incorporate the three instructional shifts associated with the Florida Math Standards.

 

Title: “K-12 Introduction to the CORE” (K-12)

Session Presenters:  Michelle White, Jeff Elliott, and Lauren Thurman

Target Audience: Elementary, Middle and High School Administrators and Teacher Leaders

Description: This session is the next phase of Vision 2020 and Personalized Learning and will introduce the CORE to district and school leaders.  The CORE is our district branded digital ecosystem that houses our new Learning Management System (LMS).  The CORE is focused around the five pillars of Vision 2020: (1) Alignment of Curriculum Resources, (2) Re-invention of Learning Environments, (3) Development and Professional Growth of Staff, (4) Providing Student-Centered Tools and Opportunities, and (5) Transformation of School Culture.