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SEP
8
FREE WEBINAR
Transform Your School's Culture
by Craig Caroff, principal, Mayfield City Schools

Change your school’s culture with a more positive outlook beginning next school year!  The presenters will share effective, useful tips to motivate staff and enhance their experience while building a collaborative culture within the school. Learn how you can positively impact your building and create a climate where volunteering for projects above the contract becomes the norm. 

Log-in instructions:

1. Visit https://oaesa.adobeconnect.com/Transform/

2. Enter the room as a GUEST

3. Type your name in the space provided. 

4. Enjoy the presentation!

Sponsored by OAESA's corporate partner National Geographic Learning:

SEP
9

WHAT IS AN EDCAMP?  
It's a free, casual, professional learning opportunity for school administrators and their teacher-leaders to network, brainstorm, and explore new ideas from other districts!
 
First, the participants suggest topics they want to learn about, then they break into groups to discuss their chosen topics. Participants may choose to lead or just listen, and they are welcome to switch topics at any time. 
 
Join us and bring along your ideas, questions, a growth mindset, and your colleagues!

Sponsored by OAESA's corporate partner:

SEP
11-12
New to administration? Kick start your career! This two-part workshop is designed to help you bridge the gap from theory to practice by providing guidance, networking, and a thorough overview of the practical details of your new role. Led by experienced principals, superintendents, and other education community leaders, the Beginning Administrators Academy gives you all the tools you need to run a successful school community.   

VIEW THE AGENDA
 
 
Hosted by the Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators and the Ohio Association of Secondary School Administrators.

Date extended!  
Book your room  by August 25 for discounted conference rates for Part 1. 
SEP
11+
New to administration? Kick start your career! This two-part workshop is designed to help you bridge the gap from theory to practice by providing guidance, networking, and a thorough overview of the practical details of your new role. Led by experienced principals, superintendents, and other education community leaders, the Beginning Administrators Academy gives you all the tools you need to run a successful school community.
Hosted by the Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators and the Ohio Association of Secondary School Administrators. 

Date extended! Book your room by August 25 for discounted conference rates for Part 1. 
Click here to book: www.hilton.com/en/hi/groups/personalized/C/CMHCHHF-OBA-20170907/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG

Book your room by November 5 for discounted conference rates for Part 2.
OCT
13

Four Essential Elements of Any Effective Reading Instruction
by Dr. Timothy Rasinski of Kent State University


Research has identified what must be present in reading instruction for it to be effective in teaching children to read.  In this webinar Dr. Timothy Rasinski of Kent State University and Member of the International Reading Hall of Fame will overview these instructional essentials and provide insight on how these might be integrated into the classroom reading curriculum.  School administrators will have a better sense of what to look for in classroom reading instruction and have insight into how to provide leadership in the school reading curriculum.

Log-in instructions:

1. Visit https://oaesa.adobeconnect.com/effectivereading/

2. Enter the room as a GUEST

3. Type your name in the space provided.

4. Enjoy the presentation!

Sponsored by OAESA's corporate partner myON:
myON




OCT
18+
 
Leadership is a journey. Let us help you on your way.
 
The assistant principal position can be a challenging road, but having the right support and network keeps you on the path to continuous improvement. Designed for PreK-12 APs, OAESA's Assistant Principal Leadership Academy helps you clarify your values as a leader, supporting your growth in your current position and keeping your career moving in the right direction.
  • Institute 1, Oct. 18, 2017: Values. Vision. Mission. Leadership at Its Best
  • Institute 2, Nov. 30, 2017: Lead. Inspire. Challenge. Leveraging Your Dream Team
  • Institute 3, Jan. 23, 2018: Enable. Encourage. Collaborate. Maximizing Your Community
Optional: Discounted $250 Rate to OAESA's Annual Conference, Team Up! Superheroes for Kids, held June 14-15, 2018 at the Hilton Columbus at Easton - a savings of $79!
Why do APs love OAESA's Assistant Principal Leadership Academy?
  • Online engagement opportunities
  • One-year access to OAESA 360 feedback tool for principals
  • Build leadership capacity
  • Support growth for your current and future roles
  • Increase job satisfaction and reduce turnover
  • Return to the building reinvigorated for the job
  • Receive contact hours or option to purchase graduate credit (additional cost)
 
OCT
18+




Leadership is a journey. Let us help you on your way.

 
The assistant principal position can be a challenging road, but having the right support and network keeps you on the path to continuous improvement. Designed for PreK-12 APs, OAESA's Assistant Principal Leadership Academy helps you clarify your values as a leader, supporting your growth in your current position and keeping your career moving in the right direction.

  • Institute 1, Oct. 18, 2017: Values. Vision. Mission. Leadership at Its Best
  • Institute 2, Nov. 30, 2017: Lead. Inspire. Challenge. Leveraging Your Dream Team
  • Institute 3, Jan. 23, 2018: Enable. Encourage. Collaborate. Maximizing Your Community
  • This option includes registration for OAESA's Annual Conference, Team Up! Superheroes for Kids, held June 14-15, 2018 at the Hilton Columbus at Easton - a savings of $79!
Why do APs love OAESA's Assistant Principal Leadership Academy?

  • Online engagement opportunities
  • One-year access to OAESA 360â-< feedback tool for principals
  • Build leadership capacity
  • Support growth for your current and future roles
  • Increase job satisfaction and reduce turnover
  • Return to the building reinvigorated for the job
  • Receive contact hours or option to purchase graduate credit (additional cost)
NOV
9
Interested in the superintendency? Power up for the next phase in your career. This workshop will show you challenges today's superintendents face, the politics of the position, how to work with school boards, how to negotiate your contract, and most importantly: what principals DON'T know about the position!
NOV
10
Integrating 1:1 Chromebooks in the K-3 Classroom
by Dr. Rachel Jones, principal, Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools

Since 2013, the integration of 1:1 Chromebooks in one primary building has transformed instruction. All teachers have leveraged this technology, increasing student opportunities to create, innovate, and collaborate. The youngest learners have exceeded expectations with their seemingly natural independence and fearless problem-solving as they embrace technology in learning. Beyond the engaged instructional practices, teachers develop creative assessment tools to monitor student progress.

Log-in instructions:

1. Visit https://oaesa.adobeconnect.com/integratingchromebooks/

2. Enter the room as a GUEST

3. Type your name in the space provided. 

4. Enjoy the presentation!

Sponsored by OAESA's corporate partner AXA:

NOV
16-17
 
 
The real superhero of your school is a top-notch secretary! 
 
Reward and develop your essential office staff by investing in his or her professional development. This practical, hands-on session is designed to help your secretary-and your school-go to the next level with topics from time management and organization, to tech skills, office management, and legislative updates.
 
This year's keynote will leave you laughing with motivational humorist Kent Rader's take on stress management, titled "Let It Go, Just Let It Go."

View the complete agenda.

Book your room before October 26, 2017 for discounted conference rates.  One buffet breakfast included with each overnight room.

 TRADE SHOW EXHIBITORS! 

 Interested in exhibiting at the Secrtaries Conference first-ever trade show?  Click here.

DEC
6-7
New to administration? Kick start your career! This two-part workshop is designed to help you bridge the gap from theory to practice by providing guidance, networking, and a thorough overview of the practical details of your new role. Led by experienced principals, superintendents, and other education community leaders, the Beginning Administrators Academy gives you all the tools you need to run a successful school community.  
Hosted by the Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators and the Ohio Association of Secondary School Administrators.

Book your room by November 5 for discounted conference rates for Part 2.
DEC
8
PBIS Oh Yes!
by Nick Neiderhouse, Maumee City Schools

Hear about one school’s fully and successfully implemented PBIS program designed to better meet students’ needs and to promote positive behaviors. This tiered/progressive discipline approach is driven by data by documenting behaviors and has shown reductions in discipline referrals and suspensions while improving school culture.

Log-in instructions:

1. Visit https://oaesa.adobeconnect.com/pbisohyes/

2. Enter the room as a GUEST

3. Type your name in the space provided. 

4. Enjoy the presentation!

Sponsored by OAESA's corporate partner Lexia Learning:
JAN
12
W-E Swung the Learning Pendulum
by Brian Patrick, principal, Willoughby-Eastlake Schools

Get the unique story of one public STEM school, and find your own inspiration for helping children learn authentically. The presenters will share details on their school’s model and a typical day and provide authentic PBL examples that have helped foster success.

Log-in instructions:

1. Visit https://oaesa.adobeconnect.com/learningpendulum/

2. Enter the room as a GUEST

3. Type your name in the space provided. 

4. Enjoy the presentation!
FEB
8
Are legal issues in education your Kryptonite? Stay on top of the constantly changing laws and legal issues that affect your school and your day-to-day decisions. Our legal experts will be on hand to demystify these changes with a 
focus on the legislative issues schools need to know.
 
Hosted by the Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators and the Ohio Association of Secondary School Administrators.
FEB
9
Catalyst for Learning
by Melanie Pearn and Stephanie Ward, Mentor Exempted Village Schools

Learn about Catalyst, an off-site classroom designed to enhance teaching with the use of technology and blended learning. The experience allows teachers to take risks in their instruction while collaborating closely with the instructional coach and provides meaningful learning to share with their colleagues. We’ll share the synopsis of the program and the impact it had on one school.

Log-in instructions:

1. Visit https://oaesa.adobeconnect.com/catalystforlearning/

2. Enter the room as a GUEST

3. Type your name in the space provided. 

4. Enjoy the presentation!

Sponsored by OAESA's corporate partner Curriculum Associates:

MAR
8
Just getting your principal license? Thinking about moving into a new role? 
 
Preparing to Lead covers the in-depth topics you'll need for a successful start on your next role, like interviewing techniques, maneuvering through the hiring process, understanding administrative contracts, and real-life case studies from the field. Don't miss this chance to network with current administrators--your future colleagues!
 
MAR
13
Is it getting hot in here?

It's not just you. The heat is on for school administrators across Ohio, and the 
uncertainties around new initiatives and demands can make it hard to keep your cool. Don't sweat it! Our experts are here to answer your burning questions and address all the hot button issues 
affecting education and administration today.
APR
9-10
 
Sidekicks need PD, too! 
 
This fun and informative two-day event focuses on running a successful 
school with the diverse position of the assistant principal in mind. Learn 
and network with colleagues from across Ohio as we discuss the challenges faced on the job and uncover the secrets of success.
 
 
Held in partnership with the Ohio Association of Secondary School Administrators.
APR
13
We Are Growing Thinkers in Dublin Schools
by Jill Abraham, Director of Elementary Education, Dublin City Schools

In Dublin Schools, we are growing our thinkers through an intentionally designed schoolwide thinking culture. Learn how one district’s passion for its youngest students quickly blossomed into innovative practices and opportunities for all stakeholders. Experience firsthand how the simple leveraging of key thinking routines, flexible learning environments, intentional language, and collaborative interactions can change a learning culture into an innovative think tank for students and teachers alike. 

Log-in instructions:

1. Visit https://oaesa.adobeconnect.com/growingthinkers/

2. Enter the room as a GUEST

3. Type your name in the space provided. 

4. Enjoy the presentation!
MAY
11
Roadmap to Personalized Learning
by Lynette Lewis, principal, Marysville Exempted Village Schools

Join the “tour guides” from Navin Elementary for a road trip you’ll never forget! Each stop in our session will explore prominent landmarks and expose potential roadblocks on Navin’s journey to personalize learning for all kids. We’ll share promising practices for staff and student development to inform and inspire your own personalized learning journey. Pack your growth mindset, hop on, and enjoy the ride!

Log-in instructions:

1. Visit https://oaesa.adobeconnect.com/roadmap/

2. Enter the room as a GUEST

3. Type your name in the space provided. 

4. Enjoy the presentation!