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CEL Summer Leadership Institute to be held July 9-12, 2012

The University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership is drawing education leaders from across the state and country to the Seattle area for a four-day Summer Leadership Institute in July.

Institute participants will learn how to assess, align and improve their instructional leadership efforts from the central office to the classroom. Attendees can choose to attend one, two or all three leadership strands aimed at helping them develop greater expertise in leading for instructional improvement.

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Institute Strands will focus on:

Strand I - July 9, 2012
Central Office Transformation

Engage with cutting-edge research, hear lessons learned from the field and experience powerful tools designed to help school district central-office leaders provide reciprocal support for improved teaching and learning.

Strand II - July 10-11, 2012
5 Dimensions of Teaching and Learning Framework and Teacher Evaluation

Learn how to observe and analyze instruction using CEL's research based instructional framework. Using CEL's teacher evaluation rubric, learn how to calibrate your observations and analysis of teaching practice and consider the role of calibration in teacher evaluation.

Strand III - July 12, 2012
Organizing Professional Development and Providing Feedback for Teacher Learning

Learn how to align your professional development to your district vision for improving instruction and learn how to provide appropriate feedback for teacher learning based on observations.

Program Fee

Early registration: $125/day or $375/all four days (through March 31, 2012)
Regular registration: $150/day or $450/all four days (April 1 to May 15, 2012)
Late registration: $175/day or $525/all four days (May 16 to June 22, 2012)

Fees noted are per person. Registration closes on June 22.

Learn more and register at www.k-12leadership.org/summer2012

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