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Conference on Educational Leadership
2013 Virtual Conference
Professional Development Institutes
A two-day Institute that explains how to use the acclaimed Understanding by Design framework to
Flipped Professional Development: Improving Teacher Effectiveness Using 21st Century ToolsHeidi Hayes Jacobs, ASCD Author and Education Consultant, Rye, NY; Marie Alcock, Education Consultant, Lincoln Park, NJLearn how new approaches to professional development—using digital tools, multimedia, and online communities—are replacing dated methods for supporting teachers with effective, engaging, and economically smart solutions. The presenters will explain how to rethink the workshop model and “flip” the ways you use time in live sessions, virtual work, and selftutorials.Bring your laptop or tablet and be ready to explore cost-effective plans to support meaningful teacher effectiveness.
The Leader to Leader (L2L) Conference is a unique event that connects ASCD leaders to each other and to ASCD through networking, skill-building, and content sharing. Attendees will have access to new ideas, helpful resources, and best practices from a variety of ASCD leaders, ASCD staff, and presenters.
Explore leaders’ roles in implementing Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for English language arts, literacy, and mathematics at ASCD’s 2013 Common Core Leadership Team Academy. This professional leadership academy offers teams of two or more administrators, teacher leaders, and partners from higher education and nonprofit organizations an accelerated plan for taking the standards to routine practice in classrooms throughout schools and districts.
To Register a Team, call toll -free: 1-800-933-ASCD (2723), or 1-703-578-9600, then press 1.
The Leader’s Role in Implementing Standards-Based GradesThomas R. Guskey, University of Kentucky, LexingtonParticipants will discover a variety of new ways to report student learning, techniques for involving both students and parents in the reporting process, and ways to avoid controversy and resistance in the reform process. Educators at all levels will leave this Institute with a collection of new ideas and strategies for developing successful reporting policies and meaningful standards-based report cards.
ASCD Members $249Nonmembers: $313Materials Fee: $37 for Developing Standards-Based Report CardsRegistration Code: PD14GA001