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Events For 4/13/2011

W4220-11 - Interpersonal Team Communication for School Administrators - Revised 2010 (AA #988)

Presenter(s):
Gwen Onatolu, Consultant
Location:
Center for Professional Learning, 1519 S. Grace Street (Highland & 15th Place) Lombard, IL
Time:
8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Description:

This course provides nonjudgmental language for exploring communication styles and behavioral preferences across four primary dimensions. The content is designed to help improve communication, ease frustration and conflict and develop effective school leaders and school teams. The course materials are based on extensive field research and utilize an industry standard behavioral-based learning instrument. Specifically, the course content can help administrators and other school leaders to: Understand their own behaviors, Learn how and when to adapt their behavior, Improve communication, Promote appreciation of differences, Enhance individual and team performance, Reduce conflict.

A detailed, personalized Personal Profile Report® is provided for each administrator. The self-administered assessment will be completed by the administrator over the web or a paper copy of the instrument is available, prior to the course. The report provides a non-bias view of the administrator's communication style, behaviors tendencies and a view of how others see the individual's approach. It serves as a multilevel learning instrument. Participants will draft a communication strategy and action plan to enhance communication with an existing school team or community involvement team they support. PLEASE COMPLETE THE REPORT NOW!! Log on to

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L1034-11 - 3-Day Teachscape Training

Presenter(s):
Pam Kuch
Location:
April 13 & 14 at 121 Fullerton, Addison May 18 at 1519 S. Grace Street, Lombard
Time:
8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Description:

Participants engaged in Classroom Walkthrough training will spend 18 hours in face-to-face sessions and approximately 5–7 hours applying the knowledge in their own schools during the course of the training. During days 1 & 2 participants will dive directly into the CWT Process, developing their understanding of the CWT Standard Look Fors and an operational knowledge of the supportive technology and online resources. On day 3 participants will gain a deeper understanding of analyzing walkthrough data in the context of student achievement data and operational knowledge of leading reflective discussions and building action plans with faculty and staff.


Registration is by invitation only.