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Tips 1 -Oct. 25 Wylie ISD

Our current professional culture indicates that everyone is a professional learning facilitator. From the classroom teacher to the principal, from the campus coach to the secretary, or from the central office to the crossing guard, everyone is a leader in professional learning. The purpose of this highly interactive module is to examine the attributes of results-driven professional learning while practicing tips and tools for engaging the adult learner.  

Tips 2 – Nov. 11 Mesquite ISD

An effective facilitator of professional learning represents more than one who can train others on a number of topics or deliver a program with the stated goal of “filling time”. This module is a follow-up to Tips, Tools and Techniques for Professional Learning I. The purpose of this one-day module is to provide additional processes that are research-based, learner-centered, and enable the learning leader to increase their skills and knowledge to promote effective professional learning for all educators.

Cultivating Leadership – Nov. 1 HEB ISD

Collaboration is said to be an essential skill in the process of continuous improvement. Yet most education leaders have received little training to lead, manage and facilitate collaborative processes. High-functioning collaborative teams are key to increasing student achievement. In order to lead these adult learners, the critical skill of facilitation is a MUST! Join us for a full day of learning as you experience strategies and structures equipping you to lead collaborative processes that positively impact student success.

Contact Terri Iles if you have questions 512.266.3086, ext. 1

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