Presentations 2016

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National Summit for Principal Supervisors

School district leaders, education service providers, colleges and universities from across the nation will share programs, initiatives, products and services practices that support the work of principal supervisors.

Two types of presentations are scheduled and will be delivered in the format of concurrent sessions:

Panel Presentations

Comprised of up to three presenters from different districts, colleges, and/or partner organizations who will present similar topics

  • Presenters are to limit formal presentations to approximately 15 minutes as each session will only run for 60 minutes. This will encourage discussion between presenters and participants.
  • Our goal is to maximize the sharing of important ideas and information.
  • All rooms will be arranged conference-style to facilitate discussion.
  • Individuals and groups are encouraged to submit proposals in areas that focus on informing the audiences according to the conference strands identified in the tabs on the left.

Breakout Sessions

Form the core of the conference and feature a successful practice, program, or key issue

  • Presenters use active learning techniques to engage participants.
  • Breakout sessions may be presented by multiple presenters with approximately 45 minutes for presentations. This will allow time for discussion between presenters and participants.
  • Our goal is to maximize the sharing of important ideas and information.
  • All rooms will be arranged conference-style to facilitate discussion.
  • Individuals and groups are encouraged to submit proposals in areas that focus on informing the audiences according to the conference strands identified in the tabs on the left.

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Roles of Principal Supervisors

Target Audience: Superintendents, District Administration, Principal Supervisors, and Principals

Effective Deployment of Principal Supervisors

(Panel Presentation)

Description: Experts in the field of educational leadership and reform, including district leaders, discuss how they have developed Principal Supervisors and aligned district resources to support strategic initiatives. Presenters are encouraged to discuss topics, such as span of control and expertise and skills matching.

Defining the Role of Principal Supervisor

(Breakout Session)

Description: This session provides districts an opportunity to understand and define the role of Principal Supervisor and what districts can do to make the role more clear and effective.

Balancing the Principal Supervisor Role as Coach and Evaluator

(Breakout Session)

Description: This session helps Principal Supervisors determine when and how to balance their role as coach and evaluator.

Juggling Multiple Roles

(Breakout Session)

Description: This session takes a look at the cross section of responsibilities of the Principal Supervisors, from administrative to operational leader. It teaches how to juggle the constant demands of priorities while ensuring adequate time is spent with principals to impact the quality of teaching and learning. It also addresses the need for district staff to balance their time between schools considered high needs versus high performing.

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Capacity Building

Target Audience: Superintendents, District Administration, Principal Supervisors, and Principals

Building a Better Bench

(Panel Presentation)

Description: This session focuses on the role of human resources and capital. Are districts doing enough to strengthen the principal pipeline?

Building Effective Layers of Support

(Breakout Session)

Description: This session provides an opportunity for district staff and Principal Supervisors to hear from other districts as to how they use and align resources and support staff to provide multi-faceted support for both new and experienced principals.

Employing Better Learning through Structured Teaching

(Breakout Session)

Description: This session teaches Principal Supervisors how to help their principals identify key challenges in low performing schools or classrooms where student achievement data shows student performance on targeted indicators are consistently declining.

Better Support for Principals in High Need Schools with Special Populations

(Breakout Session)

Description: This session helps Principal Supervisors, with a focus on leveraging resources within the district, support high need schools with special populations.

Developing Indicators of School Improvement

(Breakout Session)

Description: This session focuses on specific look-fors to support principals around key performance indicators and establishing a preliminary plan at the start of the school year to track and meet expected targets throughout the year.

A Model Approach to Enhancing Leadership Skills through Professional Development

(Breakout Session)

Description: This session will help Talent Development Offices, principal supervisors and district administrators develop a need to work together to create targeted professional development opportunities that are job-embedded and skills based. This session discusses various instruments to guide districts in the development of key programs.

Developing the Instructional Know How of the Principal Supervisor

(Breakout Session)

Description: This session provides principal supervisors with an instructional lens to understand the instructional shifts and the level of instructional know-how they need to support principals

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Communication and Evaluations

Target Audience: Superintendents, District Administration, Principal Supervisors, and Principals

Breaking the District Communication Barriers

(Panel Presentation)

Description: Experts in the field of educational leadership and reform, including district leaders, discuss efforts to identify barriers and target efforts within district divisions to align resources around student achievement. The presenters will also focus on ways to involve all stakeholders, specifically principals, in feedback that will better target the needs of schools.

Working with a Flawed Principal Evaluation Tool

(Breakout Session)

Description: Participants in this session will reflect and examine the challenges of their current principal evaluation tool. The lead facilitator will explore specific leadership attributes that should be an area of focus during the coaching and evaluation of principals.

Engaging Principals through the Peer Review Process

(Breakout Session)

Description: This session focuses on having Principal Supervisors conduct interrater-reliability walk-throughs with principals to calibrate effective teaching practices.

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Topic Room Session
Using Teams for a Collaborative Evaluation of Principals Room A/B Session 1 [sdm_download id=”1361″ fancy=”0″]
Reflections of a Successful Pilot Room A/B Session 2 [sdm_download id=”1360″ fancy=”0″]
Building a Better Principal Supervisor Pipeline Room A/B Session 3 [sdm_download id=”1318″ fancy=”0″]
New Standards For Principal Supervisors Room A/B Session 4 [sdm_download id=”1359″ fancy=”0″]
Eliminating the School-to-Prison Pipeline Room A/B Session 5 [sdm_download id=”1416″ fancy=”0″]
Bridging the Gaps: Using Purposeful Technology to Empower Student Success in Math Room A/B Session 6 N/A
New Trends in the Evaluation of Principals Room C Session 1 [sdm_download id=”1377″ fancy=”0″]
Instructional Rounds: High Impact, Cost Effective Professional Development for School Leaders Room C Session 2 [sdm_download id=”1378″ fancy=”0″]
Leveraging Principal Supervisors to Drive Instructional Support to Schools Room C Session 3 [sdm_download id=”1379″ fancy=”0″]
Principal Supervisor: You are the Leader of Principal Learning! Room C Session 4 [sdm_download id=”1380″ fancy=”0″]
Lead, Support, Monitor, Repeat…; Putting the “I” back into Instructional Leadership Room C Session 5 [sdm_download id=”1381″ fancy=”0″]
Putting Purpose in the Principal Supervisor Role Room D Session 1 [sdm_download id=”1383″ fancy=”0″]
Developing and Supporting Turnaround Leaders Room D Session 2 [sdm_download id=”1384″ fancy=”0″]
Three Tools for Enhancing Principals Instructional Leadership Room D Session 3 [sdm_download id=”1385″ fancy=”0″]
A Leadership Framework as the Foundation for Principal Growth Room D Session 4 [sdm_download id=”1386″ fancy=”0″]
Principal Supervisor Induction Room D Session 5 [sdm_download id=”1387″ fancy=”0″]
A More Inclusive Learning Environment: How Blackboard’s New Learning Experience helps students succeed. Room D Session 6 N/A
Building the Capacity of Area Superintendents to Improve Principal Instructional Leadership Room G Session 1 [sdm_download id=”1389″ fancy=”0″]
Developing the Instructional Know-How of the Principal Supervisor Room G Session 2 [sdm_download id=”1390″ fancy=”0″]
PANEL: Building Capacity – Identifying, Developing, and Selecting Internal Candidates Room G Session 3 [sdm_download id=”1391″ fancy=”0″]
PANEL: Planning for Professional Progression Room G Session 3 N/A
Feedback to Mastery: Balancing the Roles of Manager and Coach Room G Session 4 [sdm_download id=”1392″ fancy=”0″]
When 24 Hours in a Day is Not Enough: Exploring an Effective Tier 2 Resource for the Multi-tiered System of Supports Model Room G Session 5 N/A
Transforming School Culture through Social and Emotional Learning Room G Session 6 [sdm_download id=”1393″ fancy=”0″]
Support for (Rather than Evaluation of) Administrators Room H Session 1 [sdm_download id=”1395″ fancy=”0″]
It Takes a Village: Support Principals with Special Populations Room H Session 2 N/A
Finding the Coaching in Supervision Room H Session 3 [sdm_download id=”1396″ fancy=”0″]
Statistical Peers for Benchmarking Room H Session 4 N/A
Balancing the Multiple Roles of the Principal Supervisor While Keeping a Focus on building the Expertise of Principals as Instructional Leaders Room H Session 5 [sdm_download id=”1397″ fancy=”0″]
The Power of Visualization and Multiple Representations Room H Session 6 N/A
Principal Observation: Growing Leadership to Provide Teacher Feedback Through In-Person and Online Support Room J Session 1 [sdm_download id=”1398″ fancy=”0″]
More Than Just a Princpal Coach Principal Supervision as Central Office Leadership Room J Session 2 [sdm_download id=”1399″ fancy=”0″]
Building an Effective Evaluation System Room J Session 3 [sdm_download id=”1400″ fancy=”0″]
Systemic Reflection to Inform Organizational Behavior Room J Session 4 [sdm_download id=”1401″ fancy=”0″]
Leveraging Data To Inform Professional Development for Administrator Room J Session 5 [sdm_download id=”1403″ fancy=”0″]
Redefining the Principal Supervisor’s Role: School Operational Matters Room J Session 6 [sdm_download id=”1414″ fancy=”0″]
Using Valid Data to Support School Improvement Goals Room K Session 1 N/A
Principal Supervisors: Learning in Practice Room K Session 2 [sdm_download id=”1405″ fancy=”0″]
Defining the Principal Supervisor Role from the Ground Up Room K Session 3 N/A
PANEL: Building a Bench on a Budget Room K Session 4 [sdm_download id=”1406″ fancy=”0″]
PANEL: Building the Expertise of Principal Supervisors as Instructional Leaders Room K Session 4 N/A
The Journey to Create and Provide Professional Development for Principal Supervisors Room K Session 5 [sdm_download id=”1407″ fancy=”0″]
Supporting Principals as Learning Leaders Room K Session 6 [sdm_download id=”1408″ fancy=”0″]

 

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