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Campus liaisons provide professional development, expert assistance and ongoing support to campus and central office administrators throughout the region. Professional development is offered in required areas including:
Team building, culture building and campus visits are conducted upon request.
Ongoing mentoring and support to all campus administrators
Technical assistance in all areas of campus administration
Referrals to appropriate ESC 12 staff for support
Timely updates on legal, compliance, and legislative issues
Information & Training
Campus liaisons provide professional development, expert assistance and ongoing support to campus and central office administrators throughout the region. Professional development offered as a part of the co-op is determined by the annual needs assessment, current trends and state priorities. Trainings listed below are offered at no additional charge to members of the Leadership Co-op.
Professional Development includes:
The accountability cycle has been reset for the 2022-2023 school year. The 2023 accountability cycle has many new moving parts as well as alterations that integrate testing, College, Career, & Military Readiness, graduation, and other components.
During this training, we will take a look at how all these indicators are factored into the accountability system for the release in August 2023. This training will be offered at four different times throughout the year. Attendees may select one session that coordinates with their schedule.
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Dive into a masterclass that reveals the shifts you should make over the course of your career to keep innovating, improving, and influencing others to the highest levels of success in today’s unprecedented business climate. Change is so rapid today that leaders must do more than stay the course to be successful. If they aren’t nimble and ready to adapt, they won’t survive. The key is to learn how to leadershift. Author John C. Maxwell helps leaders gain the ability and willingness to make leadership changes that will positively enhance their organizational and personal growth. He does this by sharing the eleven shifts he made over the course of his long, successful leadership career.
Throughout this self-paced course, utilize Canvas as a learning platform and Zoom sessions at the kick-off, middle and end of the book study to facilitate discussions. Participants are responsible for purchasing book.
This year’s one-day Leadership Conference: The 5 Levels of Leadership, will provide current campus and district leaders with an opportunity to reflect on their current leadership level and the skills and/or mindsets necessary to achieve continual improvement towards the pinnacle of leadership.
The conference will provide a variety of collaborative breakout sessions, panel discussions, and networking opportunities for attendees. Participants in the Leadership Series and Leadership Co-op are offered the opportunity to attend this conference at no additional cost.
This year’s conference will feature Chris Fuller, from The Maxwell Group, as our keynote speaker. Fuller has been mentored by and studied with John Maxwell’s leadership principles for more than 20 years. He will share details around the 5 Levels of Leadership. Fuller will also offer a breakout session using the Value Cards, which provide an interactive way to define what you value most.
We also are excited to announce that Natalie Fikac, from Be Well, Lead Well, will be offering a breakout session on the importance of social
emotional skills in leadership.
Participants at ESC Region 12 will learn how to determine staffing needs early in the spring based upon student choice requests and student PGP’s.
Once staffing needs are determined, participants will work through the process of how to build a master schedule of classes based upon the needs of the students and ensure they can go into hiring season knowing whom they need to hire!
This session is for administrators and will follow best practices around the Professional Learning Community Model (PLCs). All four dates are on the afternoons of the Instructional Leadership Symposium days, so come for ILS, enjoy lunch, and then come back for an administrator’s PLC to discuss needs, trends, challenges, successes, barriers, and ideas.
Deep dive into T-TESS for district and campus administrators. Hone your skills in teacher calibration, the intricacies of the T-TESS rubrics, and connect this learning to your coaching and goal setting; all while collaborating with your cohort peers.
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