|| June 9-10
The Mentoring Institute is designed to help schools design and implement their own mentoring programs, which can be an extremely costeffective way to involve both new and veteran teachers in a meaningful professional development experience.
|| June 15-17
This train the-trainer session
is for experienced mentors
who have previously participated
in the Introduction to
Mentoring Workshop (Part
I) and have been selected
by their schools to conduct
workshops for new mentors.
|| June 20-21
Participants will build a strong peer network and gain focus on the essential tasks of headship. The real-life challenges of
achieving first-rate leadership and ways to balance professional
and family lives will be explored. Designed to launch
new heads into their first, second or third year.
|| June 20-22
Through an engaging seminar
format, participants will
explore the strategic context
of independent schools today,
the implications for our institutions,
and the unique new
challenges facing administrators
who work closely with
the head to set priorities and
|| June 23
Learn to speak your CFO’s
language! Join us for a budget
overview (and what your
board needs to know about
the budget), multi-year and
strategic budgets, basic metrics,
audits (and what to tell
your board about the audit).
The curriculum is designed especially for those who do not
have a business background.
|| June 27-30
This unique program features
Michael Thompson and Rob
Evans plus sessions on:
-When the Board Forgets Why
They Hired You
-Leadership in the Age of Anxiety
-When Adults Behave Badly
-Nourishing Private Relationships
Despite Public Demands
Offered in two locations:
Chapel Hill, NC
|| Send your new teachers to
this experiential seminar that
covers all the basic elements
of teaching in an independent
school, including school culture
& politics, mission, evaluation
& grading, legal issues,
and classroom management.
Additionally, each participant
will present a videotaped lesson
that is critiqued by peers
and the experienced faculty.
Past attendees have rated this
as one of their best learning
and growing experiences.
For those entering their fi rst
through fi fth year of teaching.
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