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Planning for Strong Core Instruction
Planning for Strong Core Instruction
WRESA EDUCATION
Tue, September 24, 2024 @ 09:00 AM — 03:00 PM (EDT)
THIS EVENT IS 100% FREE!
Date:     September 24, 2024
Time:     9:00am-3:00pm
 
Location: WRESA
          200 Ridgefield Ct, Suite 206 
          Asheville, NC 28806

Fee:      $45 WRESA Members
          $70 Non-Members

**NOTE: We have a No Refund policy for our WRESA courses. However, you
are welcome to send a colleague in your place. Contact LaDonna Sluder at
lsluder@wresa.org or 828-774-5681 (ext 102) if you need to change the 
name of the person attending.

Audience: K-12 School administrators, School Improvement Team Members, Curriculum
Coaches, Lead Teachers, Department Leaders, etc. (School Teams are encouraged to attend)
CEUs:     5 Contact Hours
What to Bring: A charged device

Description:

In this course, Mrs. Nichols, principal, and Lesa Coates, Instructional Coach, will share their

school’s systems for leading PLCs through a goal setting process based on student data.

During the first part of the day, participants will learn about data analysis protocols as well as

how goal-setting and goal-tracking can affect student outcomes. We will address how these

different systems should support PLC student learning goals: formative assessments, data

collection systems, strong professional learning communities, and systems of accountability.

School leaders will understand how common goals and sustained effort to reach them can lead

to higher levels of collective efficacy. During the second part of the day, participants will use

time to work together to build a timeline and system of implementation for their school by creating

a presentation and planning for teacher PLC support during mid-year data dives.


Presenters:

Mary Nichols is the principal of Weaverville Elementary School. She has a M.Ed in Education

Educational Leadership from Colorado State University, as well as a M.A. in Gifted Education

from the University of Northern Colorado. In her twenty years in education, she has served as

an art teacher, AIG teacher, gifted and talented district coordinator, assistant principal, and

principal. Mrs. Nichols believes in strong systems and protocols for reviewing data and evidence

of learning so that we can ensure students are learning and growing.


Lesa Coates is the instructional coach of Weaverville Primary and Elementary schools in

Buncombe County. She has a M. Ed in Education from Mars Hill University and Montreat

College. Ms. Coates has more than thirty years in education with sixteen of those in the

classroom ranging from 2nd grade to 4th grade. Ms. Coates strives to support teachers in all

aspects of instruction focused on student learning.


If you have additional questions, contact Candie Sellers  csellers@wresa.org


Registration: Open
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WRESA
Date:     September 24, 2024
Time: 9:00am-3:00pm

Location: WRESA
200 Ridgefield Ct, Suite 206
Asheville, NC 28806

Fee: $45 WRESA Members

**NOTE: We have a No Refund policy for our WRESA courses. However, you
are welcome to send a colleague in your place. Contact LaDonna Sluder at
lsluder@wresa.org or 828-774-5681 (ext 102) if you need to change the
name of the person attending.

Audience: K-12 School administrators, School Improvement Team Members, Curriculum
Coaches, Lead Teachers, Department Leaders, etc. (School Teams are encouraged to attend)
CEUs: 5 Contact Hours
What to Bring: A charged device

Description:

In this course, Mrs. Nichols, principal, and Lesa Coates, Instructional Coach, will share their school’s systems for leading PLCs through a goal setting process based on student data. During the first part of the day, participants will learn about data analysis protocols as well as how goal-setting and goal-tracking can affect student outcomes. We will address how these different systems should support PLC student learning goals: formative assessments, data collection systems, strong professional learning communities, and systems of accountability. School leaders will understand how common goals and sustained effort to reach them can lead to higher levels of collective efficacy. During the second part of the day, participants will use time to work together to build a timeline and system of implementation for their school by creating presentation and planning for teacher PLC support during mid-year data dives.


Presenters:

Mary Nichols is the principal of Weaverville Elementary School. She has a M.Ed in Educational Leadership from Colorado State University, as well as a M.A. in Gifted Education from the University of Northern Colorado. In her twenty years in education, she has served as an art teacher, AIG teacher, gifted and talented district coordinator, assistant principal, and principal. Mrs. Nichols believes in strong systems and protocols for reviewing data and evidence of learning so that we can ensure students are learning and growing.


Lesa Coates is the instructional coach of Weaverville Primary and Elementary schools in Buncombe County. She has a M. Ed in Education from Mars Hill University and Montreat College. Ms. Coates has more than thirty years in education with sixteen of those in the classroom ranging from 2nd grade to 4th grade. Ms. Coates strives to support teachers in all aspects of instruction focused on student learning.


If you have additional questions, contact Candie Sellers  csellers@wresa.org


 
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WRESA
Date:     September 24, 2024
Time: 9:00am-3:00pm

Location: WRESA
200 Ridgefield Ct, Suite 206
Asheville, NC 28806

Fee: $70 Non-members

**NOTE: We have a No Refund policy for our WRESA courses. However, you
are welcome to send a colleague in your place. Contact LaDonna Sluder at
lsluder@wresa.org or 828-774-5681 (ext 102) if you need to change the
name of the person attending.

Audience: K-12 School administrators, School Improvement Team Members, Curriculum
Coaches, Lead Teachers, Department Leaders, etc. (School Teams are encouraged to attend)
CEUs: 5 Contact Hours
What to Bring: A charged device

Description:

In this course, Mrs. Nichols, principal, and Lesa Coates, Instructional Coach, will share their school’s systems for leading PLCs through a goal setting process based on student data. During the first part of the day, participants will learn about data analysis protocols as well as how goal-setting and goal-tracking can affect student outcomes. We will address how these different systems should support PLC student learning goals: formative assessments, data collection systems, strong professional learning communities, and systems of accountability. School leaders will understand how common goals and sustained effort to reach them can lead to higher levels of collective efficacy. During the second part of the day, participants will use time to work together to build a timeline and system of implementation for their school by creating a presentation and planning for teacher PLC support during mid-year data dives.


Presenters:

Mary Nichols is the principal of Weaverville Elementary School. She has a M.Ed in Educational Leadership from Colorado State University, as well as a M.A. in Gifted Education from the University of Northern Colorado. In her twenty years in education, she has served as an art teacher, AIG teacher, gifted and talented district coordinator, assistant principal, and principal. Mrs. Nichols believes in strong systems and protocols for reviewing data and evidence of learning so that we can ensure students are learning and growing.


Lesa Coates is the instructional coach of Weaverville Primary and Elementary schools in Buncombe County. She has a M. Ed in Education from Mars Hill University and Montreat College. Ms. Coates has more than thirty years in education with sixteen of those in the classroom ranging from 2nd grade to 4th grade. Ms. Coates strives to support teachers in all aspects of instruction focused on student learning.


If you have additional questions, contact Candie Sellers  csellers@wresa.org


 
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