Conducted by Sherrye Dotson and Dr. Joan DellaValle.
$350 per person
Audience: Administrators and Teachers Pre K - 12
What makes leaders great? How do teachers and students play a role in leadership? What common elements do student leaders, teacher leaders and world leaders have? Why do some succeed and others fail? In this workshop we will examine the role of leadership and how it has changed in the 21st century. What skills should a leader have now? What are 21st century skills? How does it apply to the school setting? In this workshop you will learn about successful leadership strategies used outside of the school setting, that inspire enhanced productivity from all members of their community. These techniques can easily be transferred and applied to the school setting.
All participants will receive a certificate of completion for 45 clock hours of professional development.
Please note that to get graduate credit from SUNY Buffalo State you must either be enrolled in their International Graduate Program for Educators or you must have applied and been approved for non-degree graduate credit. For more information about this please refer to our website link on graduate credit. To earn graduate credit you must pay an additional fee of $390 directly to SUNY.