The Aspiring Superintendents Academy
For experienced district leaders, building leaders, and teacher leaders who aspire to the role of superintendent.
Whether you have already attained your superintendent certification or are thinking of entering a certification program, the Aspiring Superintendents Academy can help provide a blueprint for success in key areas of the role. The academy is limited to 35 aspiring superintendents.
Making the Most of Meaningful Math Models in K-6 Classrooms
September 16, 2019 | NWESD | 7:30 am Registration and Breakfast 8:00 am – 9:30 am Session Time| FREE, breakfast provided
Speaker: James Burnett, the Founder and CEO of ORIGO Education. He started the company because he is passionate about education and is continually striving to improve the way mathematics is taught. Over the past two decades, he has authored and co-authored more than 300 mathematics resources for teachers and students aged 5 to 12 and regularly speaks to audiences across Australia and North America.
James aims to lift the profile of mathematics through dynamic professional learning and the development of quality print and innovative digital resources for the classroom. These achievements were recently recognized by winning the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in his home country of Australia.
Intended audience: K-6 teachers, coaches, instructional specialists, SPED teachers, principals
Description: Versatile models help teachers to articulate topics across elementary grades. Participants will discover practical activities using number lines, dot arrays, and area representations that can be used to teach major ideas involving basic facts, whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and computation strategies with deep conceptual understanding.
Contact for more information: Bruce L. Irla, email@example.com, (360) 990-7700
Code.org CS Fundamentals workshops: Introduction, Deep Dive and Deep Dive for Librarians and Technology Integration Specialists
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
at Edmonds Heights K-12 Library
23200 100th Ave W, Edmonds, WA 98020
Perks: 6 STEM clock hours and a Free Lunch along with Code.org SWAG and printed materials.
Workshop Dates and Titles:
- Thursday, August 8: CS Fundamentals Introduction for teachers who have not taught Code.org.curriculum.
- Friday, August 9: CS Fundamentals Introduction for teachers who have not taught Code.org.curriculum.
- Monday, August 12: CS Fundamentals Deep Dive for Teachers who have taught the Code.org curriculum in the past and would like a deeper dive into using the curriculum and lesson planning.
- Wednesday, August 14: CS Deep Dive for Librarians, Instructional Technology Coordinators and Digital Integration Specialists who are teaching Code.org curriculum and would like to collaborate with best teaching practices and supplements for teaching CS Fundamentals. We will be taking a deeper look into the curriculum and CS standards. Also a breakout group to discuss coaching strategies to use with teachers.
- Friday, August 16: CS Fundamentals Deep Dive for Teachers who have taught the Code.org curriculum in the past and would like a deeper dive into using the curriculum and lesson planning.
WGU Washington has agreed to provide certain enrollment incentives for specific baccalaureate and master’s degree programs to school district and NWESD staff throughout the NWESD region