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APLA - Assistant Principal Leadership Academy
Building Culture Awareness (Sandra Moore, Robert Jackson)



Targeted Audience: Assistant Principals, Dean of Instructions and Curriculum, Principals and Interns

(Participants for the Academy are designated by their District Office)

Leaders today will be called upon to demonstrate a variety of skills that address demands as mandated by the state. Assistant Principals must have cutting-edge professional knowledge and skills to ensure exemplary achievement for all students in the 21st-century schools.

Through a cooperative effort between your district and Region 10 ESC, you have an opportunity to enhance your leadership skills by going beyond traditional campus administrator training. By committing to Region 10 Educational Service Center’s Assistant Principal Leadership Academy (APLA), you can:

  • participate in an analysis of core leadership strengths

  • receive training from nationally recognized consultants and superintendents in the field of education an leadership

  • explore the latest research-based resources, literature and articles 

  • interact with outstanding professionals for reflection, dialogue and problem solving

If you are interested in purchasing the Region 10 Administrative Service Package or need additional information pertaining to the Academy, please contact Sandra Moore at 972.348.1044 or Sandra.Moore@region10.org.

Note: The cost for Charter Schools/Districts/Private Schools who have not purchased the Region 10 Administrative Services Package and non-Region 10 participants is $1,250.00 per person.

 

 

 


Important Session Information:


This workshop will give administrators strategies to educate, activate and motivate all students to be successes through Cultural Diversity.  Many Educator's perceptions have become their reality. Therefore, they continue to fail their students. During this interactive workshop Administrators will learn the 4 mediating factors germane to educator expectations along with strategies to appropriately handle behavior problems with troubled students. Educators will receive 4 tips to managing biases, tools to build positive relationships with students and strategies and techniques that have been proven to work in school districts around the US.  Administrators will receive strategies they can use right away.

T-TESS/T-PESS:
Dimension 1.1: Standards and Alignment, Dimension 1.2: Data and Assessment, Dimension 1.3: Knowledge of Students, Dimension 1.4: Activities, Dimension 2.1: Achieving Expectations, Dimension 2.2: Content Knowledge and Expertise, Dimension 2.3: Communication, Dimension 2.4: Differentiation, Dimension 2.5: Monitor and Adjust, Dimension 3.1: Classroom Environment, Routines and Procedures, Dimension 3.2: Managing Student Behavior, Dimension 3.3: Classroom Culture, Dimension 4.1: Professional Demeanor and Ethics, Dimension 4.2: Goal Setting, Dimension 4.3: Professional Development, Dimension 4.4: School Community Involvement; Standard 1 - Instructional Leadership, Standard 2 - Human Capital, Standard 3 - Executive Leadership, Standard 4 - School Culture, Standard 5 - Strategic Operations

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Friday, January 10, 2020
Session ID:
2624412
Credits Available:
(7.5) CPE
Seats Available:
3
Fee:
$1,250.00
Contact Person:
Phyllis Lawler
Instructor(s):
Region 10 Contractor
Sandra Moore
Date Time Location
11/6/2019 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Bluebonnet, Pecan Combined Rooms
Region 10, Mockingbird Room, Pecan Huddle A, Pecan Huddle B
904 Abrams Rd., Richardson, 75081
   Region 10 Education Service Center
   400 E. Spring Valley Rd.
   Richardson, TX 75081-5101

Second Location    
904 Abrams Rd    
Richardson, TX 75081    



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