Wednesday, December 2, 7:00 p.m.
(8:00 p.m. Central; 6:00 p.m. Mountain; 5:00 p.m. Pacific)
Join MICHAEL LUBELFELD to discuss PERSONALIZED LEARNING!
Today’s superintendents have found Twitter to be full of relevant, timely, and inspiring professional development. An educational chat is like a one hour conference call, meeting, or symposium. All you need is a Twitter account, an hour of time, and an open mind about digital professional learning. CLICK for How to Tweet Chat
NEW IN RESOURCES
* 5 Ways School Leaders Can Make the Most of Twitter
* Computer science instruction expands to kindergarten level
* Locking Down Student Data
* Making K12 Mobile Learning Affordable and Easy to Implement
* The 3 Trust Questions to Ask Every Ed Tech Vendor
* What Do District Leaders Need to Defend Data Security?
January 27-29, 2016, Monterey, California
The ACSA Superintendents' Symposium is the preeminent event exclusively for superintendents. Features include break-out sessions, a superintendents’ PLC, and extraordinary keynote speakers. Member rates are available for those who are out-of-state. Register today!
By James Capolupo
TIP: You are probably like me and have pictures of your family and pet on your desk. Remember that the reason we work is for our family. Don't ever get this concept backwards. At the end of your career, you will only get a retirement dinner and a gift. What your family will say about you is worth much more.
QUOTE: "Find a balance in your life; you will regret this later if you don't." ~ James Capolupo
WHAT IS PROJECT LEAD?
PROJECT LEAD is a grassroots superintendents' campaign to lead the way to organized, rational, well-founded and effective long-range policy development.
HOW DO SUPERINTENDENTS SUPPORT PROJECT LEAD?
1. Educate the public to restore confidence in our nation’s schools and their leadership.
It's time for superintendents to use their voices. They are high-profile public officials with access to audiences in every community in America. They must get the facts and make them known.
2. Cultivate key roles for superintendents in state and national policy decisions.
It's also time for superintendents to own their status. They are our country's authentic front-line educational leaders and they must make it clear that legitimate reform requires their input.
By Don Haddad, Superintendent
St. Vrain Valley School District