The University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership is offering its most popular leadership institutes in February of 2018. Choose the institutes that fit your professional development needs. All institutes will be held in Seattle. Registration ends January 29, 2018.
A recent study on the implementation of revised teacher evaluation systems reveals implications for education policymakers across the country. It describes characteristics of evaluation systems that focus on growing instructional practice.
The University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership is offering its most popular leadership institutes on multiple dates throughout the 2017-2018 school year. Choose the institutes and dates that fit your professional development needs and schedule. All institutes will be held in Seattle.
Over the last five years, school districts across the country have used the Center for Educational Leadership’s (CEL) 5D+ Rubric to build evaluation systems that help teachers grow and improve instruction.
What does it mean for a school system to cultivate or build instructional leadership at scale? In the June 2017 issue of Learning Forward's journal, The Learning Professional, CEL's Stephen Fink and Anneke Markholt describe a research-based curriculum that is setting a new standard for school leadership professional development.
Close to 150 educators from across the country came together for the University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership’s annual institute for school and district leaders. The Summer Leadership Institute focused on helping principals, superintendents and other central office leaders improve their instructional leadership practice and learn new ways to inspire growth in others, while offering new ideas and insights for transforming traditional professional learning with the ultimate goal of providing equity for all students.
Read about one of the district success stories on the UW College of Education website.
Twenty-two Central Louisiana educators are fully prepared for instructional leadership positions after completing a three-year training that is designed to ultimately impact student achievement. Aspiring Leaders is a leadership institute administered by The Orchard Foundation and funded under The Rapides Foundation’s Education Initiative. The Aspiring Leaders curriculum was developed specifically for Central Louisiana by the University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership.
The content for this academy will be based upon the Council of Chief State School Officers Principal Supervisor Standards, the latest research on adult learning and leadership development, as well as promising practice from districts across the country. The academy participants will work from problems of practice, use cycles of inquiry, learn from case studies, and utilize virtual professional learning communities and virtual individual coaching.
The program will be limited to 50 participants. Application deadline is August 15, 2017.
Learn more about the AASA National Principal Supervisor Academy.
In addition to the Summer Leadership Institute's keynote presenters, we have lined up a dynamic trio of speakers who will share success stories from their school districts. Chuck Ransom, Stacy Thomas and Sharon Griffin are instructional leaders who inspire us, and we think each will inspire you with stories of how their districts solved challenging problems we can all relate to.
Center for Educational Leadership videos take educators into real classrooms to observe and analyze the complex practice of teaching. These videos are designed to help school districts facilitate the development of a common language and vision around high-quality classroom instruction using their instructional framework as the lens. Each video is accompanied by a set of guiding questions, based on CEL’s 5 Dimensions of Teaching and Learning™ instructional framework, which can be used to facilitate individual and group learning. Purchase CEL classroom instruction DVDs while supplies last.