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School Leadership

UW ECHO in School 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 principals, assistant principals, lead teachers and other school level leaders, aspiring principals, superintendents and principal supervisors, instructional facilitators/coaches, professional development directors and staff, curriculum directors, special education directors, higher education faculty teaching in Educational Leadership, and state agency staff.

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

Sessions are held on every other Thursday from 9 am to 10:15 a.m. via Zoom videoconferencing technology.

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Learning Topics - Fall 2017


Sept. 28

PLC Right:  Improving Collaboration Within Teacher Teams
Session topics include evaluating and improving PLC team functions and using the rubric to help improve teacher team collaboration.

Mick Weist, 2014 Wyoming Teacher of the Year, District PLC Coordinator

Oct. 12

What is the Future of Accreditation for Wyoming Schools? Options and Feedback!
How can the accreditation process add more value and be differentiated for schools/districts in Wyoming?

Bill Pannell
Accreditation Supervisor,
Wyoming Department of Education

Oct. 26

The Principal's Role in Leading a School During a Time of Dramatic Changes in Student Demographics
Topics will include the effects of changing student demographics on classroom instruction, culture, and achievement.

Mike Wood
Principal, Livingston Elementary School, Cody

Nov. 9

Critical Learnings in the Development of an Essential Curriculum and Formative Assessment System in Math
Session topics will include the impact and learnings at the classroom level.

Sue Stevens
Former Curriculum Director in Laramie SD#2 and Education Consultant

Nov. 23

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Dec. 7

Creating a Collaborative Culture: Enhancing Teacher Collaboration
Session content will include sharing tools used to enhance collaborative teams and principal behaviors that impact effective teacher collaboration.

Greg Legerski, Principal, Pinedale Elementary School, Pinedale, Wyoming

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