Building Teachers' Capacity for Success: A Collaborative Approach for Coaches and School Leaders, presented by Pete Hall.
Differentiated Instruction and the New Standards: Helping All Students Succeed with Challenging Content, presenter TBA.
Disrupting Poverty: Turning High-Poverty Schools into High-Performing Schools, presented by Bill Parrett and Kathleen Budge.
Register here and use the promo code Z168 for a 15% discount on your fee! Thanks, ASCD!
Promotional code Z168 valid for June 2015 ASCD Educator Effectiveness Institutes in Virginia Beach, VA. Valid through 5/31/2015 or while space is available. Cannot be combined with any other offers, discounts, or promotions. Not valid on previous or existing registrations. Discount of 15% is off the applicable member or list price for institute registration only.
Partnering with Principals and Teacher Leaders: Mathematics Leadership Institute
September 29-30 and December 10, 2015
PARTNERING WITH PRINCIPALS TO RAISE THE CEILING AND THE FLOOR IN THE ERA OF NEW MATHEMATICS STANDARDS
When Principals and Teacher Leaders work in a coordinated way to improve mathematics instruction, the results for students can be significant. This institute is designed to guide the team's thinking about the characteristics of high-quality mathematics instruction, and to provide them with strategies to support mathematics instruction school-wide.
The Institute will answer these questions:
What should good mathematics instruction look like?
What supports are needed?
What is the connection between high quality mathematics instruction and student performance?
How can school-based mathematics leaders lead and improve instruction and student learning?
Day 1 (9:30- 4:30): Explore the mathematics your students should be doing in order to meet more rigorous standards.
Day 2 (9:00- 3:00): Use the SOL process goals (communication, reasoning and proof, representation, connections, and problem solving) as benchmarks for observing mathematics instruction. Learn how to build and support mathematics leadership in your school.
Day 3 (9:30- 3:30): Develop a new leadership vision for the mathematics program in your school based on what students, teachers and leaders should be doing to promote quality math instruction.
Registration fees for VASCD conferences and events are not refundable. However, they are transferable. Please contact Judy at (434) 466-7466 or email@example.com if you are transferring your registration to someone else.
VASCD’s Southwest Virginia Conference
October 7, 2015; Abingdon
ENCOURAGING STUDENT VOICE AND CHOICE
October 7, 2015
Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center, Abingdon
The morning will begin with Allison Zmuda's keynote presentation, Giving Students a Seat at the Design Table: Voice and Choice in Learning. Allison is an ASCD Faculty member, the author of Learning Personalized, and the founder and curator of the online community learningpersonalized.org.
Afternoon concurrent sessions will feature classroom practices, research and experiences that expand on the theme of student voice and choice. Exhibitors will be on hand to share information about their programs.
VASCD is accepting proposals for concurrent session presentations until July 15, 2015. If you would like to submit a proposal, please complete the submission form here.
The registration fee is $150 and includes lunch. Register online here. For a 10% discount, use the promo code 2015MEMBER if you are an active VASCD member OR 10GROUP if you are registering a group of 10 or more attendees.