New Administrator Meeting
July 20, 2015
9:00-12:00
ESU 6 Milford

ESU 6 Website (for info on our services and registering for our programs and workshops)

Session Description: This session is designed for administrators new to their district, including principals, curriculum directors, SPED directors, and any other individuals new to an administrative role. The day will focus on networking with new administrators and showcasing ESU 6 Services.

Objectives
  • Build relationships with new administrators
  • Showcase ESU 6 PD Programs

Agenda
Welcome and Introductions;


ESU 6 PD - How it works
  • What do we pay for?
    • Effective Instruction Series (EIS) -- new teacher training
    • Tech Leadership Cadre (TLC) two-year program to build tech leadership capacity within your district
    • Reboot -- competitive program (15 accepted per year) designed to invigorate teacher leaders personally and professionally
  • What do you pay for?
  • When can we come to your school?
  • How to register for workshops? http://www.esu6.org/
  • ESU 6 PD Training
  • Instructional Model Training

Showcase of ESU 6 PD Programs
ESU 6 list of all wikisites
Training Programs

Advisory Groups/Networks

ESU 6 Principals' Leadership Network
High Reliability Schools Model
Instructional Model Implementation




New Administrator Training
July 21, 2014
9:00-3:00
ESU 6 Milford
Session Description: This session is designed for administrators new to their district, including principals, curriculum directors, SPED directors, and any other individuals new to an administrative role. The day will focus on leadership, networking with practicing colleagues, and proven technology tools.

Objectives
  • Build relationships with new administrators
  • Showcase ESU 6 PD Programs
  • Provide resources for an effective start to the school year.

Agenda
Welcome and Introductions;


ESU 6 PD - How it works
  • What do we pay for?
    • Effective Instruction Series (EIS) -- new teacher training
    • Tech Leadership Cadre (TLC) -- formerly known as TIG (Tech Integration Group) -- two-year program to build tech leadership capacity within your district
    • Reboot -- competitive program (15 accepter per year) designed to invigorate teacher leaders personally and professionally
  • What do you pay for?
  • When can we come to your school?
  • How to register for workshops? http://www.esu6.org/
  • ESU 6 PD Training

Showcase of ESU 6 PD Programs
ESU 6 list of all wikisites
Training Programs

Advisory Groups/Networks

Panel Discussion
First year tips from practical (and practicing) administrators
  • Laura Kroll: Exeter/Milligan Elementary Principal; John Schwartz: Seward High School Principal; Bret Schroder: Director of Instruction, Crete Public Schools
    • What should I spend my time doing right away?
    • What are some important messages to send to:
      • staff
      • students
      • parents
    • How can I best communicate with:
      • staff
      • students
      • parents
    • What are some ideas to help me get into classrooms on a regular basis?
    • How does one balance the day to day management with long range leadership?
    • What are some organizational methods that work for you?
    • If you could do anything over--your Mulligan!--what would it be?
    • Other tips?

Supervision of Instruction
Technology Tools
Google Tools to Maximize Learning
    • evernote
    • Google hangout
    • Google Communiites
    • Twitter - chats
Staff Meetings

TECH TOOLS


Evernote:
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https://evernote.com


Evernote Web Clipper for Multiple Browsers Available at:



Getting Started with Evernote



Challenge Links




There's an App for That!



Google+ Hangouts and Hangouts on Air
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Google Hangout Window--participants used the lower third option to display their names.

Challenge Links

There's an App for That!

Twitter

New to Twitter?

Grow Your PLN (Professional Learning Network) Through Twitter!

  1. Set up your twitter account if you don't already have one. Be sure your account has a bio and photo tied to it.
  2. Download and set up a twitter client - Tweetdeck is the one Lynne uses most. Hootsuite is a popular client for phones and ipads
  3. Explore educational hashtags
  4. Practice participation in a live chat with #nebedchat
  5. Join the #nebedchat on Wednesday nights at 8 pm
  6. Checkout the upcoming #nebedchat topics and access past archives via the wiki.
  7. General Nebraska education hashtag: #nebedu
  8. Encourage your staff to tweet with a common hashtag. Perhaps provide them an incentive to do so!

There's an App for That!