Accord Education Spring 2016 Summit

VIDEO SUMMARY

FRIDAY  |  04.15.16

Accord Education Spring 2016 Summit Lisa Graham Keegan

Lisa Graham Keegan
Executive Director, A for Arizona
Former Arizona Superintendent

Accord Education Spring 2016 Summit Colin Seale

Colin Seale
Founder & CEO, ThinkLaw
Trustee, Charter School Association of Nevada

Accord Education Spring 2016 Summit Rob Robertson

Dr. Rob Robertson
VP of Professional Learning & Development
Arizona Science Center

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SATURDAY  |  04.16.16

Accord Education Spring 2016 Summit Kathleen Bethel

Dr. Kathleen Bethel
Chief Executive Officer
SARSEF

Accord Education Spring 2016 Summit Eileen Sigmund

Eileen Sigmund
President & CEO
Arizona Charter Schools Association

Accord Education Spring 2016 Summit Susan Winebrenner

Susan Winebrenner
Author, President
Educational Consulting Service, Inc.

WORKSHOP TRACK 1: ACADEMICS

REACHING THEM ALL: STRATEGIES FOR EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS

If students are not learning in the way you are teaching them, find a more appropriate method, so you can teach them the way they learn.  Take away concepts and strategies that will shift your thinking about how to reach your gifted students, your students with learning challenges, and everyone in between.

Accord Education Spring 2016 Summit Justin O'Connell

Justin O’Connell, M. Ed
Director of Academic Services
Center for Student Achievement

WORKSHOP TRACK 2: CULTURE

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GOOD AND GREAT SCHOOLS?  STUDENT CULTURE

Student culture is not formed by motivational speeches or statements of values.  It is formed by repeated practice – using every minute of every day to build good habits.  From opening morning routines to the final bell, students receive a constant message that nothing is as important – and engaging – as learning.

Accord Education Spring 2016 Summit Sid Bailey

Sid Bailey
Director of Leadership Development
Center for Student Achievement

WORKSHOP TRACK 3: SITE/PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP

MANAGING AND DEVELOPING AN INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP TEAM

Teams don’t win championships with only one star player.  Highly effective principals develop other leaders to implement the seven levers and then hold them accountable for change.  This sites up a culture where everyone is improving their craft.

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