Misty Rieber, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, Lubbock ISD
Sarah Cude, Regional Professional Development Lead/Southwest, istation
A shared vision when implementing new assessment and instructional tools is key to efficacy. Learn how Lubbock ISD established a shared vision around data-based decisions and reflective practices and put into motion strategic educator supports necessary to reach such a vision. Discover how purposeful, multi-layered professional development at the district, campus, and classroom levels enables reflective practices to continue seamlessly, even through remote learning.
Laura Stout, Executive Director, Corpus Christi ISD
Jennifer Knipp, Director of Curriculum & Instruction, Mineola ISD
Kim Tunnell, Vice President of Curriculum Management, Education Advanced, Inc.
Allowing schools and teachers to unpack standards and build curriculum roadmaps results in extreme redundancy and inconsistencies between grades and across campuses. Implementing a collaborative approach saves teachers time to focus on shared instructional understanding. Empower leaders and ensure instructional consistency throughout your district with these proven strategies.
Easy Foster, Director of Planning and Construction, Conroe ISD
Mark Madorsky, President, LEAF Engineers, a PBK Company, LEAF Engineers
Brian Hood, Senior Vice President, LEAF Engineers
Cody Boyd, Senior Associate, PBK
This session highlights Stockton Junior High, one of the first solar-powered campuses in the state. Aside from the environmental benefits of using renewable energy, the solar-powered campus generates significant cost savings and provides hands-on, experiential learning experiences, engaging students in conversations around STEM, and provides insight into curriculum integration.
Mark Weatherly, Director of Secondary Instruction, New Caney ISD
Jill Blankenship, Cardonex Sales Professional, Education Advanced, Inc.
Brent Reid, Cardonex Sales Professional, Education Advanced, Inc.
A school’s master schedule determines how core resources are allocated and directs the student experience. Effective education gives students equal access to the classes they need to pursue their dreams. Building a flexible, student-centered master schedule that can easily transition between in-person, virtual, and hybrid is more critical than ever.
CyLynn Braswell, Executive Director of College and Career Readiness/Innovation, Northwest ISD
Melissa DeSimone, Executive Director of Research, Accountability and Assessment, Northwest ISD
Adam Cibulka, Senior Manager, Forecast5 Analytics, Inc.
Learn how Northwest ISD has empowered their administrative team members to access targeted data dashboards, daily, to ensure equity across the district and within each school building.