FACTS Education Solutions is excited to host the 2018 Professional Development Summer Teacher Institute, featuring Dr. Karin Hess’ workshop on Depth of Knowledge. Additional subject matter experts will present active, hands-on session topics such as Serving Children from Poverty, Motivating and Inspiring Students, Curriculum Mapping, and more.
Blended Learning Integrating Technology
St. Catherine of Alexandria Riverside, CA
Worcester Summer Institute
Diocese of Worcester
The Worcester Summer Institute will feature math sessions from Sheldon Erickson, Reading and ELA sessions from Chris Watson, and Data and Assessment sessions from Jill Forney and Diana Nunnaley.
Attendees will benefit from 15 hours of learning and networking opportunities, including: round table discussions with peers, access to FACTS customer service representatives at the Expert Bar, speaking sessions from SMEs, and product training.
The NCEA Catholic Leadership Summit is open to all NCEA members who are arch/diocesan superintendents, assistant or associate superintendents, directors of diocesan level offices of Catholic school education, leaders of religious congregation systems/networks of Catholic schools, and CHESCS members. The meeting begins on Sunday, October 21 and concludes on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. In addition to outstanding keynote and general sessions, and opportunities for leaders to network with each other, we are offering sessions in four leadership tracks at the Catholic Leadership Summit.
NCEA brings together Catholic and other religious educators from across the United States, Canada, and other countries to exchange ideas and debut cutting-edge research and technologies related to education.
This ACSI event for school administrators, school board members, and spouses covers topics that include legal/legislative issues, spiritual formation, marketing strategies, Title II 101, leadership development, and more!
Phoenix Marriott Tempe at The Buttes
This Summit brings together arch/diocesan superintendents, assistant or associate superintendents, directors of diocesan level offices of Catholic school education, leaders of religious congregation systems/networks of Catholic schools, and CHESCS members who are also member of NCEA to discuss Catholic identity, academic excellence, leadership and governance, and operational vitality.