Below is an overview of the sessions from the Lead! Conference. Each session will take approximately one hour to complete. It is suggested you watch the sessions with other members of your leadership team to engage in the content. Some sessions have embedded activities and handouts for you to complete. To hear the narrated presentation, download the powerpoint and view as a slideshow.
Due to the nature of this PD, inservice credits will not be awarded and no follow-up work is required. After reviewing a session, complete the feedback form to receive the related books. Please contactLisa Higham at 321-633-1000 ext. 11792 with any questions.
At Risk and Engaged: The 7 Minute Challenge
This session focuses on the relationship between boredom, engagement, and behavior. Learn strategies for the classroom to engage students in meaningful learning.
Be a Productive Leader
As leaders/educators, sometimes we can feel like we are always busy but can’t seem to get everything done. Time management is not always the problem. There are often times with underlying issues that you might not even be aware of.
Leading with Intention
A guide for leaders who wish to impact student learning by examining eight important areas to focus on to get results.
Reflective conversations promote sense making and meaningful discourse. Learn about reflective practice and how intention becomes the impact!
Who are You and How Sticky is Your Feedback?
Never underestimate the value of an educator’s choice of words to help or hinder the school and classroom environment. Come learn simple, yet powerful tools to maximize your strengths, manage your stress, and envision success for ALL.
Amplify Your Impact
PLC Lite vs. PLC’s Right. Understand how coaching collaborative teams can amplify the impact of teams on improving teachers’ instructional practice and increased levels of learning for adults and students.
Five Levers to Improve Learning
The key to success is doing the work with the greatest potential to transform student learning. Learn about the 5 Levers that impact student learning in order to prioritize your leadership decisions.
PLC's Through the Lens of Equity
Who deserves your best effort? Who deserves the highest expectations? Who deserves to explore all that the curriculum has to offer. Who gets to decide? Learn how to transform your PLC into a collaboration that puts equal access for every student at the forefront of your efforts.
Presentation coming soon!