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Educational Leadership

UW ECHO in Educational Leadership builds capacity, increases awareness of evidence-based, best practices and self-efficacy to establish effective mentoring platforms for school district superintendents and leaders to improve community, district and student outcomes.

Network participants include superintendents, assistant superintendents, principals, assistant principals, instructional facilitators, curriculum directors, special education directors, state agency staff, and individuals dedicated to improving educational leadership in Wyoming
and beyond.

UW ECHO in Educational Leadership is a collaboration with the Wyoming Department of Education.

Sessions are held every other Tuesday from 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. via Zoom videoconferencing technology.

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Learning Topics - Fall 2017


Sept. 19

Critical Learnings from PLC Implementation at the District Level:A Wyoming Example
Critical superintendent and board behaviors and building a culture that trumps process - always!

Kevin Mitchell
Executive Director: Wyoming Association of School Administrators

Oct. 3

Overview Chapter 29 Rules Revisions
Evaluation Systems for District and School Leaders and Other Educators

Dr. Laurel Ballard
Wyoming Department of Education

Oct. 17

Clarification of Chapter 41 Rules and Teacher Certification Statutes
Session addresses clarifications in statute and offers an
understanding of CH 41 Rules.

Dr. Laurel Ballard
Wyoming Department of Education

Oct. 31

Developing Instructional Leaders in Each School Using Collaborative Teams
Session addresses models for growing instructional leaders and implementation tools for leadership development.

Supt. Jay Harnack
Sublette County SD#1 - Pinedale, WY

Nov. 14

Developing Instructional Leaders Using a PLC Framework
Session addresses critical learnings from Central Office as well as support and expectations for building leadership.

Joanne Flanagan, Assoc. Superintendent
Fremont County SD#25 - Riverton, WY

Nov. 28

Curriculum Assessment and Instructional Alignment: What is Tight? What is Loose?
Session topics include alignment impacts at the building and classroom level.

Rick Woodford
Superintendent, Big Horn SD#2, Lovell, WY

Dec. 12

Timely, Targeted and Relevant Professional Development
Session addresses implementing quality professional development and accountability for adult behavior changes as a result of quality PD.

Annie Griffin
Principal, Tongue River Elementary
Sheridan County SD#1 - Ranchester

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