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Leading Instructional Change by Equipping a Community of Learners
Monday, December 4, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
Presented by Mark Henderson, Mathematics Coordinator, Fayette County Public Schools; Josh Noland, Assistant Principal, R J Burch Elementary School; and Kelly Urlacher, Senior Curriculum Designer, DreamBox Learning
Sponsored by DreamBox Learning
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To improve student outcomes and instructional effectiveness, district leaders at Fayette County Public Schools are implementing systemic changes to more deeply connect curriculum, instruction, and assessment with a unified vision to forge and equip a community of learners. Simultaneously, they are supporting and empowering educators to better understand and implement these approaches for sustained success.
In this edWebinar, Mark Henderson, mathematics coordinator at Fayette County Public Schools, Josh Noland, assistant principal at R J Burch Elementary School, and Kelly Urlacher, senior curriculum designer at DreamBox Learning, share district strategies to lead and implement transformative changes, including:
- Leading lasting cultural changes that go beyond performance
- Integrating curriculum, instruction, and assessment systems to meet the needs of all learners
- Leveraging technology to build capacity and support learning growth
- Building and supporting blended learning teacher leaders
K-12 school- and district-based leaders and educators will benefit from watching this recorded edWebinar. Learn about creating lasting change in your schools while supporting all learners.
About the Presenters
Mark Henderson is the K-12 Mathematics Curriculum Coordinator for Fayette County Schools. Serving Fayette County students for 17 years has afforded him many opportunities to work with amazing teachers and students.
Josh Noland is the Assistant Principal at Robert J. Burch Elementary in Tyrone, Georgia. He has worked in the Fayette County school system for 16 years as an elementary teacher, math content coach, and assistant principal.
Kelly Urlacher started her education career as a teacher in 2002. She has her national boards and masters in technology and curriculum development. Kelly taught sixth grade for 10 years and has a passion for math. She jokes that she loved to “infect” her students with the love of math. Kelly is now a senior curriculum designer for DreamBox Learning, where she has the opportunity to create lessons, develop technology-based teacher partnerships, and influence the way students learn math.
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