The opening summer program features two professional workshops on educational leadership:

Advancing Differentiation:

Thinking and Learning in the 21st Century

Tuesday, June 11 and
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
8 a.m.-3 p.m.

North Denver (Lowell) campus,
Clarke Hall Atrium

Richard Cash, Ed.D.,
International Consultant,
Author and Educator

Day one topics: Redefining differentiation for today's classroom, rediscovering the essentials of a differentiated curriculum, advancing differentiation to new levels through a rigorous curriculum, motivating and engaging learners, developing student self-regulation and building success through autonomy.

Day two topics: Identifying practical strategies for implementing effective high-level thinking skills in your differentiated classroom. Learn to articulate and define the concept of thinking and offer ways to integrate thinking skills into any curricular area, topic, or grade level through the creation of "the thinking classroom."

Workshop fee: $75 (includes coffee, lunch and materials)
CDE recertification credit available (1.0)

  • Author:
    CASH RICHARD M
  • Publisher:
    NACSCORP INC. PRETICKETED TR
  • Binding:
    Trade Paper
  • ISBN-13:
    9781575423579

Recommended:
Participants will benefit from reading Dr. Cash's book, Advancing Differentiation: Thinking and Learning for the 21st Century (with CD)
prior to the event.
The book is available for purchase through the Regis bookstore and copies will be available for purchase at the workshop. Participants are also encouraged to bring the book, a laptop, and a basic unit of study for interaction with the speaker.

Exploring Teacher Leadership

 

Thursday, July 11, 2013
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
 

North Denver (Lowell) campus,
Claver Hall Mountain View Room

Ellin Keene
International Consultant,
Author and Educator

Keynote Address Title: Reimagining Roles for Teacher Leadership - Within the Classroom and Beyond

Participants will consider a range of roles in which they can provide leadership for colleagues in their schools and districts, experience and reflect on tools for meaningful professional learning and discuss ways to promote collaborative learning.

Morning and afternoon breakout session topics:

  • Leading Professional Learning
  • Leading and Supporting Collaborative Cultures
  • Leadership for Culture and Equity
  • Fostering Change to Enhance Teaching and Learning

Workshop fee: $50 (includes breakfast, lunch and networking reception)
CDE recertification credit available (0.5)
Graduate credit available for those who pre-register by June 30. Additional requirements and graduate tuition rate will apply.