The Educational Leaders Seminar Series at Antioch (ELSSA)

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Registration is now closed for the 2016 seminar series.

 

Sessions to be held at Antioch University Midwest
(Exception: Sessions noted with an asterisk will be held at the Sinclair Community College Mason campus.)

One Graduate Credit available for the equivalent of two full day sessions – $375
Registration Fees (per session): Full day $75; Half day $50

Since 1992, Antioch University Midwest (AUM) has offered graduate-level courses for educators wishing to continue their education in a professional development setting.

The courses are designed to bring current and emerging educational practice and research to those who wish to create change or advance their educational programs. National and local educational leaders in the field teach the courses.

Antioch’s philosophy of student-centered education is a key purpose of these courses with the hope that today’s classrooms will become more sensitive to the needs of each individual student.

Participants respond to the style of the courses and interactive environment that respects their experience and contributions in the field.

Session Schedule

Week of June 6-10, 2016

Date Time Sessions Facilitator
Monday,
June 6
8:30-4:30 Learning With the Brain In Mind – Day 1 Ann Anzalone
Tuesday,
June 7
8:30-4:30 Learning With the Brain In Mind – Day 2 Ann Anzalone
Wednesday,
June 8
1:00-4:30 World Languages Donnie Phelps
Wednesday,
June 8
8:30-12:00 An Introduction to Dyslexia Beth Porter
Thursday,
June 9
8:30-4:30 Early Signs of Disability in Preschool Children** Michele Nobel
Thursday,
June 9
8:30-4:30 Deeper Learning Through PBL – Day 1 Elisabeth Simon and Jack Hatert
Friday,
June 10
8:30-4:30 Deeper Learning Through PBL – Day 2 Elisabeth Simon and Jack Hatert
Friday,
June 10
8:30-4:30 Conflict Management and Peacebuilding as a Classroom Management Tool** Sonya Fultz

Week of June 13-17, 2016

Date Time Sessions Facilitator
Monday,
June 13
9:00-3:00 Co-Teaching Judith Monseur and Jamie Schiff
Tuesday,
June 14
8:30-4:30 3 R’s of Leadership Julie Biddle
Wednesday,
June 15
8:30-12:00 Autism: What Teachers Need to Know Nathan Boles, Tyler Hensley, and Michele Nobel
Wednesday,
June 15
1:00-4:30 Why Children Need to Play** Julie Biddle and Jamie Schiff
Wednesday,
June 15
8:30-12:00 Conflict for Administrators (*Mason location) George Sehi
Wednesday,
June 15
1:00-4:30 Brain-based Learning and Teaching (*Mason location) Holly Pressley
Thursday,
June 16
8:30-12:00 Peer Tutoring as a Differentiation Tool Michele Nobel
Thursday,
June 16
8:30-12:00 Helping the Whole Child Succeed Jill Anon and Jo Stieff
Friday,
June 17
8:30-4:30 Race and Education Lillian Drakeford

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