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Midwest Leadership Summit

- Audience:  All educators with an emphasis on district administrative and leadership teams.


Utilize this learning opportunity to:

  • Develop strong leadership teams.
  • Learn strategies to make positive change in the culture and achievement of your school or organization.
  • Serve as your administrative retreat.

Important Session Information:

Midwest Leadership Summit 2018

 

The 2018 Midwest Leadership Summit, sponsored by both Butler County ESC and Hamilton County ESC, brings highly sought-after educational experts to southwest Ohio for two days of learning, reflecting, and connecting. You can expect to strengthen your leadership team and learn strategies to make positive changes in the culture and achievement of your organization. The growing I-75 Corridor, centrally located between Cincinnati and Dayton, makes #MWLS18 an ideal destination for your leadership retreat!

 

June 5th – Mike Rutherford - The Artisan Leader… Recognizing and Developing Excellent Instruction

Here’s the logic behind instructional leadership: Many variables affect student achievement. The variable with the largest and most durable effect size is instructional quality. Instructional quality is largely a product of teachers’ skills, techniques, and approaches to teaching. These skills, techniques, and approaches are highly developable through observation, feedback, and coaching. Over time, school leaders who can develop teachers and teaching create school cultures that attract and retain even more skillful teachers. And the cycle continues… to the great benefit of student learning.

June 6th – Pedro Noguera - Educational Excellence Through Equity: Five Principles of Courageous Leadership to Guide Achievement for Every Student

While the movement for standards and accountability has largely succeeded in bringing greater attention to disparities in student achievement, surprisingly little attention has been given to what it takes to create conditions in schools that will make achievement for all students more likely. Missing from much of the policy debate related to achievement is how to place equity at the center of education reform, and how to support and cultivate effective teaching in schools. Pedro will describe five principles and practices that have proven effective in helping schools to meet the needs of a wide variety of learners. Strategies that make it possible to avoid zero-sum scenarios that lead some educators to believe they must choose between the pursuit of excellence and equity will also be presented. Drawing upon research and several case studies the presentation will show why an equity framework is essential for promoting achievement among all children.

 

Early Bird pricing through March 30th $225/person

After March 30th $295/person  
Team of 5 $245/person

 

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Friday, June 01, 2018
Session ID:
38912
Credits Available:
(12) Contact Hours
Seats Available:
374
Fee:
$225.00
Contact Person:
Gary Gardella, M.Ed.
Instructor(s):
Gary Gardella, M.Ed.
Multiple Instructors
Date Time Location
6/5/2018 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM Centre Park of West Chester
5800 Muhlhauser Road, West Chester, 45069
6/6/2018 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM Centre Park of West Chester
5800 Muhlhauser Road, West Chester, 45069


11083 Hamilton Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45231