Advancing Educational Leadership (AEL) - 010755
Advancing Educational Leadership (AEL) is a three-day training focused on creating positive school culture, establishing and sustaining vision and goals, developing others, power "with" not power over, improving instruction, managing data and processes, and coaching skills. In conjunction with the new state appraisal systems, AEL will be replacing the Instructional Leadership Development (ILD) training used with the previous appraisal system. AEL is a co-requisite for all participants wanting to take the T-TESS training to become a certified Appraiser.

Audiences Assistant Principals, Principals, Central Office Administrators, Charter School Personnel
21st Century Learning  Vision Article IV - Accountability for Learning,   Vision Article V - Organizational Transformation

01081806/24/2019 08:00am - 05:00pmESC Region 11
01081806/25/2019 08:00am - 05:00pmESC Region 11
01081806/26/2019 08:00am - 05:00pmESC Region 11
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Credit Hours   24:00 hours of Continuing Professional Education 
Presenter   Lyndsae Benton ESC Region 11 
Seats Left   12 

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If you require special arrangements or have special needs (such as an interpreter for the hearing impaired),
contact Jennifer Baadsgaard at or (817) 740-7640 at least three weeks prior to the training program date.

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