2021 WTU Teacher Leader Program Symposium

A Revolutionary Opus in 3 Movements

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO ATTEND THE 2021 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE HERE

 

 

Movement 1 - May 13, 5-7pm

Topics: Discipline Policy, Parental Involvement, Tracking Meaningful Student Data, Teacher Retention, Virtual Learning

Time’s Up for Time Outs: A Critical Examination of the “Temporary Removal of Students from Class” Consequence of the Student Discipline Policy and How It Affects Students’ Mental Health

by SHANNON ROBICHAUD

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: How Does Parental Involvement Impact Student Achievement During the Early Grades?

by DAWN BRODUS-YOUGHA

Will partnering with parents for academic learning increase student achievement?

by CARLEATHER PONDER

On the Right Track: How does Mindprint Learning impact secondary math teachers' use of student data to prepare purposeful learning experiences that maximize student ownership of learning?

by DON THOMPSON, JR.

What Got You Over the Pandemic Hump? A Study of Major Factors Relating to Teacher Retention During the COVID-19 Pandemic

by KRISTIAN ELLINGSEN

Teacher Perspectives on Remote Learning: What are the advantages of online learning and factors for success for some students in the virtual learning environment?

by KRISTEN BRYANT

 

Movement 2 - May 15, 10am-12pm

Topics: Student Support Teams, Secondary Transition for Students with Disabilities, School-based Professional Development, Social Promotion, Teacher Assessments

Measuring a Student Support Team's Effectiveness: What factors are important to a high school Student Support Team (SST) when determining the effectiveness of academic, attendance, and behavior services (interventions)?

by LEETOSHA HENRY

Secondary Transition: What two challenges do special educators of transition age youth with severe disabilities encounter when implementing secondary transition plans?

by MODESTINE MONTGOMERY

How does the capacity of instructional leaders influence school-based professional development (LEAP) for teacher?

by ASHLEY KEARNEY

Social Promotion

by DOMINIQUE MOORE

The Trickle-Down Theory of Teacher Assessments: How can teachers play a more active role in developing high-stakes assessments for their students?

by KIP PLAISTED

 

Movement 3 - May 18, 5-7pm

Topics: Virtual Learning Case Study, Statistics and Data Science, Chronic Absenteeism, Educator Burnout, IMPACT

Case Study: How has virtual learning impacted your own practices of teaching at the elementary school level?

by BRIAN CRUMB, Sr.

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by NANTAMBU KOHLBATZ

Data-Driven Instruction: A Math Curriculum for the 21st Century-How would a focus on statistics and data science prepare students for success in college and career?

by GABRIEL MORDEN-SNIPPER

Act or React: How do teachers handle Stress during the Pandemic?

by TINA BRADSHAW-SMITH

Chronic Absenteeism and its Effects in the Virtual Classroom

by ANDREISS BLUITT

How might the achievement status of schools affect teachers’ IMPACT ratings more than intended?

by JESSICA SALUTE

 


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