Facilitative Leadership for Educators - 2006

Events and Conferences

Facilitative Leadership for Educators - 2006

August 23-25

- mentors
- content coaches
- regional supervisors
- district coordinators
- staff developers

Come to learn skills, tools and protocols to enhance your ability to facilitate:
- grade level meetings
- critical friends groups
- study groups
- student performance data analysis
- collaborative problem-solving meetings
- faculty conferences

During the 3-day workshop specific topics will include
- establishing group norms
- opening and closing meetings
- resolving conflicts
- enhancing participation and engagement
- exploring issues of equity
- learning from texts or speakers

The Ruth Horowitz Center for Teacher Development,
34 Stuyvesant Street, Suite # 501, New York.

Workshop fee: $400
Anyone holding a NYU student voucher can submit it in lieu of payment for the workshop.

Deadline: August 1, 2006

Please note that the August 28-30 session has been cancelled.

The National School Reform Faculty (NSRF) is a professional development initiative that focuses on developing collegial relationships, encouraging reflective practice, and rethinking leadership in restructuring schools - all in support of increased student achievement.

Office of Special Programs, 212-992-9380