Some of the most powerful opportunities we offer to our clients are to be found in our conference experiences. The Schlechty Center offers national conferences throughout the year and also customizes conference offerings to be held in regional settings. Have a need? Just ask.
Design Camp 2018
Imagine that you had both time and resources at the ready. Imagine that you were immersed in an environment of incredible resources: fellow teachers with whom you could collaborate and brainstorm new ideas; consultants available for coaching, designing, ideating, and integrating technology; even student consultants ready and willing to provide you with input concerning engagement and/or technology use. Imagine no more.
Superintendents Leadership Network Institute
Held in Florida.
This is an invitational Institute sponsored for Superintendents Leadership Network members and other invited guests.
This year we are honored that we have access to managers and other staff of The Breakers resort who will share the story of what they learned when The Breakers transformed from a property that served a seasonal and aging population primarily into one that attracts and serves young families. We are also planning to expand opportunities for participants to network and learn from one another.
Technology Integration for Motivation and Engagement (TIME)
It’s time to get beyond traditional technology implementation models and integrate technology seamlessly for engagement and profound learning. That takes a lot more than memorizing a few digital tools and substituting paper-and-pencil tasks with keyboarding tasks. Technology Integration for Motivation and Engagement (TIME) is a two-day experience that helps teachers meet these new challenges.
Coaching for Design Level II
Coaching for Design Level II provides a district with coaches who are a valuable resource, as they will impact the district culture and provide the district with tools to build capacity at all levels. C4DII coaches will practice coaching with Schlechty Center senior associates and colleagues so they are comfortable with the content and the process before returning to their districts. This session is limited to 40 participants to ensure all participants have ample opportunity for personal interaction and customized support.
This conference will take place over four days split into two sessions: September 26–27 and October 24–25. When registering, participants are agreeing to attend both the September and the October sessions.