Midwest Leadership Conference
This Summit is a collaboration between Hamilton County and Butler County ESC. The Key speakers are
HCESC and BCESC: Midwest Leadership Summit. Midwest Leadership Summit: Learning & Leading Welcome to the Midwest Leadership Summit!
Today, more than ever, our profession requires leaders who can lead successful and sustainable change efforts. Leading successful and sustainable change is considered by many change experts as the key leadership competency for educational leaders of the 21st Century and beyond. Over the course of the next two days, we will empower you with new change strategies and explore the leaders's role in developing school culture, which separates good leadership from great leadership.
So get ready to climb the summit! The Brain, Whole Brain Teaching and Learning. Twitter: @EricJensenBrain. Twitter: @newfrontier21. ASCD Author - Eric Jensen. Eric Jensen Webinars. Watch Recorded Eric Jensen Webinars Leading with the Brain in Mind: Focus on Cognitive Capacity Recorded 60 minute webinar Join us for an amazing and idea packed session by cognitive capacity builder, Dr.
Eric Jensen. Discover the one cognitive tool, that when tested at age 5, has a greater impact on student achievement than even IQ. Watch Now 5 Secrets to Jumpstart Learning in Students of Poverty The majority of students from poverty struggle in reading. Watch Now.
Eric Jensen Website. FOCUSING ON WHAT MATTERS: FOUR FACTS AND STRATEGIES FROM ERIC JENSEN. Conference News Online – 2013 By Adam Drummond “When teachers focus on what matters most, good things happen,” says Eric Jensen.
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Discover a variety of topics, including the latest research and findings on autism, why some students have problems reading, insights into techniques for English language learners, and much more! Presenter: Eric Jensen, Ph.D.Date/Time: March 15, 2017, 12:00pm PT/3pm ETLength: 55 minutes It is designed to help you improve your school in just 55 minutes. Attend and you’ll learn better leadership skills and HOW to ensure you stick to the priorities that pay off in student learning. That’s a promise. Presenter: Martha S. Teachers wonder: “I’m doing everything right. The Effects of Poverty on Teaching and Learning.
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- 50,000+ printables - Save Time! How Does Poverty Influence Learning? Editor's note: This piece was adapted from Turning High-Poverty Schools into High-Performing Schools by William H.
Parrett and Kathleen M. Budge. People in poverty are as diverse as people in any other socioeconomic class. They present, like other groups, a wide array of values, beliefs, dispositions, experiences, backgrounds, and life chances. Study of brain scans may show impact of poverty on academic achievement. A dozen important brain based concepts - The Second Principle. Creating a brain based classroom – A dozen important concepts and teaching strategies every teacher (and parent) should know about how the brain learns best ©Leslie Owen Wilson, Ed.D. 2014 Contact Leslie Download a PDF version of A dozen important brain based concepts L.
Wilson quotes in The San Antonio Express – Beyond the lesson plan: Brain-based learning by Jennifer Lloyd This page is dedicated to a dozen specific concepts from the most recent literature on brain based learning (educational neuroscience). Are in direct contradiction to traditional or historic teaching practices;Are currently missing from many schools or classrooms;Are important accommodations to students’ cognitive processing;Could radically change teachers’ presentation methods and the ways in which instruction is designed or delivered;Have the potential to help children be better students, as well as help them remember and retain information. Transforming School Culture.
Anthony Muhammad - Moving the Bus Forward: Creating Healthy Learning Environments for All Students. Transforming School Culture: Overcoming Staff Division - PowerPoint. Dr. Anthony Muhammad. Anthony Muhammad is one of the most sought after educational consultants in North America.
As a practitioner of nearly twenty years, Dr. Muhammad has served as a middle school teacher, assistant principal, middle school principal, and high school principal. Dr. Muhammad’s tenure as a practitioner has earned him several awards as both a teacher and a principal. His most notable accomplishment came as principal at Levey Middle School in Southfield, Michigan, a National School of Excellence, where student proficiency on state assessments was more than doubled in five years and he was named the Michigan Middle School Principal of the Year in 2005. Dr. If you are ready for a powerful transformation in student performance call (248) 974-4828 to discuss how we can tailor our services to meet your school’s needs. The archive for all of Dr. Dr. Anthony Muhammad - Podcast: Help Students At The First Sign Of Trouble. 68: Dr.
Anthony Muhammad | Help Students At The First Sign Of Trouble | Galvanize Your Resources Through Motivation, Professional Development, and Modeling To Produce Productive, Healthy, Educated Students | Struggling Students Don’t Need Pity, They Need Help Download Podcast Here Dr. Anthony Muhammad is one of the most sought after educational consultants in North America. He currently serves as the CEO of New Frontier 21 Consulting, a company dedicated to providing cutting-edge professional development to schools all over the world. Dr. Dr. Q & A with Anthony Muhammad. Growth Mindset Video. Dr. Carol Dweck on Fixed vs. Growth Mindsets. Resources on Developing Resilience, Grit, and Growth Mindset. There’s been a lot of talk lately about resilience, grit, growth mindset, and related concepts -- including the social and emotional skills associated with these factors and their importance for student well-being and academic success.
Edutopia has curated these lists of resources to help educators and parents follow these topics and create home and school environments that provide supports and opportunities to help young people thrive. Nurturing Resilience The ability to bounce back from adversity is associated with a variety of skills. Learn more about the resilience research and supports and strategies to develop resilience in young people. (10+ Resources) Fostering Grit Explore an array of resources about understanding and building student perseverance, and consider questions raised by the research on grit. (15+ Resources) Angela Lee Duckworth: Grit: The power of passion and persistence.
School Climate and Culture - Videos, Articles, Resources, Experts. School Culture Definition. What Having a “Growth Mindset” Actually Means. Andrew Nguyen/HBR STAFF Scholars are deeply gratified when their ideas catch on. And they are even more gratified when their ideas make a difference — improving motivation, innovation, or productivity, for example. But popularity has a price: people sometimes distort ideas, and therefore fail to reap their benefits. This has started to happen with my research on “growth” versus “fixed” mindsets among individuals and within organizations.
To briefly sum up the findings: Individuals who believe their talents can be developed (through hard work, good strategies, and input from others) have a growth mindset. In the wake of these findings, “growth mindset” has become a buzzword in many major companies, even working its way into their mission statements. Documents Ohio Communications Skill Will LLCWorkshop. Leadership Toolkit.