Prevent meetings from being swallowed up by logistical announcements, complaints without solutions, and other distractions. Instead, make the most of the limited time you have, whether you are offering professional development to graduate students, gathering input for faculty decision making or communicating staff “nuts & bolts.”
If you are a busy administrator responsible for regular staff meetings, a coach or professor who delivers professional development, or a lead teacher who facilitates professional learning communities (PLCs), this series is for you.
Dr. Filippini will demonstrate and unpack strategies to make meetings feel engaging, informative, and efficient - and how you can do the same at your site with your constraints. The workshop includes time to design your own meeting that will leave faculty feeling informed and energized, so bring your notes and “to-do”s for an upcoming meeting. We will also explore how to plan an arc of in-house professional development across the span of the school year.
This is a three-part series on Friday mornings, 9am to 12pm, breakfast included:
September 23, 2016
October 21, 2016
November 4, 2016
An earlybird discount is offered right on the registration page.
Discounts are also available for members of the Bay Area Coaches Network and Parents Education Network.
If additional support is needed, or for a group (5+), please contact the organizer.
Visit here to learn more and register.