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Leadership Essentials: How School Leaders Make Real and Lasting Change
Thursday, February 20, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST
Presented by Ivy Goggins, Principal, Dunwoody Spring Elementary School, Fulton County Schools, GA; and Joy Treadwell, Ph.D., Managing Associate, CT3
Hosted by Jim McVety, Senior Advisor, CT3
Sponsored by CT3
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It takes more than desire to transform schools…it takes a particular mindset coupled with a specific set of skills and practices. This edWebinar covers exactly how school leaders develop tenets of change management and implement authentic school improvement.
Watch Ivy Goggins, of Fulton County Schools, GA, and Joy Treadwell as they uncover the key strategies for affecting change, including how to:
- Establish and internalize what it means to be a No-Nonsense Nurturer leader for your teachers and students
- Prepare to use effective in-the-moment feedback strategies that shift instructional practice
- Strategically introduce systems that develop asset-based mindsets to support school growth
- Collaborate with your school to build a “Culture of Excellence”
Designed for school leaders and teacher leaders with a vested interest in helping guide their schools to new heights, this edWebinar offers real-world, evidence-based strategies that will set your school on the path to immediate, substantive, and lasting change.
This recorded edWebinar is the first of a three-part series focused on transforming schools. Subsequent edWebinars in March and April will feature No-Nonsense Nurturer strategies to support the needs of every student, and ways to build a coaching culture in a learning community to build collective efficacy.
This recorded edWebinar will be of value to kindergarten through high school teachers, school and district leaders, lead teachers, team leaders, dean of students, department chairs, title I, at-risk/alternative, teacher mentors, curriculum coordinators, response to intervention specialists, staff development specialists, school board presidents, superintendent office, board members, and school board office.
Register for part two here: Every Student Every Day: A No-Nonsense Nurturer Approach to Reaching All Learners
Register for part three here: Coaching in the Classroom: How Real-Time Feedback Leads to Lasting Improvement
About the Presenters
Ivy Goggins serves as Principal of Dunwoody Springs Elementary in Fulton County Schools, Georgia, with a demonstrated history of working in the education management industry. She is skilled in K-12 education, classroom management, instructional design, and differentiated instruction. She has been an education professional for 25 years and earned her master’s degree focused on educational leadership and administration from the University of West Georgia.
Joy Treadwell, Ph.D., Managing Associate at CT3, is an innovative educator with a proven track record of leading schools in various capacities. Her background as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, and chief academic officer equipped her with unique experiences in strategic academic planning, culture building, school inception, and teacher induction. Under her academic leadership, Ivy Preparatory Academy at Gwinnett was designated as a 2011-2012 Georgia Department of Education “Rewards School”, a distinction given to the state’s highest performing schools. Joy has worked closely with principals and school leadership teams to drive network alignment and create instructional coherency across a network of three schools. Additionally, Joy has served as a summer analyst for the U.S Department of Education, where she evaluated trends in the charter school sector. She holds an M.Ed. in educational administration and policy and a Ph.D. from the University of Georgia in the same field.
About the Host
Jim McVety is Managing Partner of First Step Advisors and serves as Senior Advisor to CT3. Having worked with CT3 for the past 10 years, Jim brings 20+ years of research and analysis to the discussion. Jim has hosted numerous webinars, expert panels, and keynote presentations during his career, and his focus is on building the capacity of service organizations to better support educators and students.
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CT3 offers high-value professional development and teacher trainings that build school capacity through improved pedagogy. Our approach transforms classrooms by supporting the effective creation of classroom cultures that drive academic excellence for all students, especially those in underserved communities.