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Room | Group


118 • K-5 Teachers

119 • 6-8 Teacher

115 • 9-12 Teachers

120 • Facilitators and Coaches: Curriculum, Instructional, and Technology

Media Center • Elementary School Principals and Assistant Principals

113 • Middle School Principals and Assistant Principals

213 • High School Principals and Assistant Principals

215 • Accountability, Human Resources, and Other Central Office Directors

216 • Curriculum and Professional Development Directors

217 • EC/AIG/ESL Directors, School Counselors

218 • Technology Directors and Media Specialists

224 • Superintendents, Associate and Assistant Superintendents


Session Overview/Purpose:

Participants have requested time to discuss pertinent issues and network with those who have similar job

responsibilities. This time is reserved to make connections in the region and collaborate to solve similar

dilemmas. A few big ideas from each discussion group will be posted on line so others across the region

and state can see different perspectives and solutions to common issues.


Job Alike Presentation


Description:

The Job-Alike session is scheduled for one hour just after lunch on the first day – 1:00-2:00 PM. Rooms will

be designated for each job responsibility or role such as a room for teacher leaders, principals, directors, etc.

A facilitator in each room will provide a brief introduction and directions for how the session will work. Four

issues that have been identified as pertinent to the region will be posted each corner of the room as

conversation starters. The same issues will be posted in every job-alike room. Participants will be invited to

select the topic that is most important to them or to choose “other” which will be a topic of their choosing and

they will have two more opportunities to discuss the other posted topics. A few big ideas from each conversation

will be recorded and posted on line so that all participants can read the perspectives of others about the same

issues.


Session Objectives:

  • Foster collegial relationships and strengthen the sustainable regional network of support
  • Listen to and provide different points of view and solutions to similar issues/challenges
  • Gain multiple perspectives on the key issues of the RttT initiative
  • Create a solution-oriented forum for conversation


Learning Outcomes:

  • Learners will network with others who share similar job responsibilities to address common issues
  • Learners will focus on key issues to discuss and provide input
  • Learners will exchange contact information so the collaboration can continue after the institute ends



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