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SAMPLE LT I PROGRAM SCHEDULE
Real-World Workshops

Session I: Team-Building Retreat—Late October/Early November
Session II: Technology/Innovation—November
Session III: Math/Engineering—December
Session IV: History/Social Studies—January
Session V: Science/Biotechnology—February
Session VI: The Arts—March
Session VII: English/Communication—April
Session VIII: Real World Education Conference, Reflection, and Graduation—May

LT I SESSION DAY OBJECTIVES

Session I:
To provide an understanding of the program; to encourage participants to reflect on leadership qualities; to explore the fundamentals of group dynamics; to enable participants to develop their individual leadership goals within their classroom, school or school district; to provide time and activities for networking and team building.

Sessions II-VII:
To network with business and corporate leaders; to gain insight about skills graduates need to be competitive in the business world; to increase awareness of career opportunities in various industry; to learn about cutting-edge practices in the business world; to share best practices with fellow educators; to explore educational issues in a team-focused environment; to establish communication and networking channels among the K-12 educators; to build real-world resources to enrich curriculum.

Session VIII:
To attend the Real World Education Conference and join educators and businesses from around the region to discuss and explore how innovative real world partnerships and curriculum can improve educational outcomes; to reflect on and evaluate the program year’s experiences; to develop an action plan with specific leadership goals for the upcoming school year; to explore ways to maintain and grow networking channels developed during the year.



SAMPLE LT II PROGRAM SCHEDULE
Design and Implementation Seminar
(Prerequisite: LT I)

Session I—October—Weekday, 9am-3pm
Session II—November—4-6pm
Session III—January—4pm-6pm
Session IV—March—4pm-8pm
Session V—May—Weekday, 9am-3pm

LT II SESSION DAY OBJECTIVES

Session I:
To brainstorm, receive group feedback, work on project design, and establish realistic goals, a clear framework, and a specific timeline for your project.

Session II-III:
To reconnect as a group, to brainstorm, receive group feedback, and share project developments as you continue to work on your project.

Session IV:

To reconnect as a group, to brainstorm, receive group feedback, and share project developments as you continue to work on your project. Also, to review effective PowerPoint strategies and presentation skills.

Session V:

To present your project, with background information and appropriate handouts, and to share project outcomes and evaluative feedback. All projects will be distributed in hard copy to participating school districts and may be published on our Web site

LT III PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Leadership Teacher III—Real World Education Conference Planning Committee provides teacher participants with the opportunity to use the knowledge and networking resources and design and implementation skills gained from participation in Leadership Teacher I—Real-World Workshops and LT II—Design & Implementation Seminar to plan Leadership Teacher’s annual Real World Education Conference in May.

In addition to regular after school meetings throughout the year, program participants will remain in touch via threaded discussion groups on our website and through Microsoft’s Project Management Software as they develop, plan and hold the Real World Education Conference. The class will meet throughout the year, largely after school, but participants are expected to attend the Real World Education Conference in May.


LT IV PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Leadership Teacher IV—Alumni Planning and Advisory Board provides teacher participants with the opportunity to use the knowledge, networking resources, design, implementation, planning, and leadership skills gained from participation in Leadership Teacher I—Real-World Workshops, LT II—Design & Implementation Seminar, and LT III—Real World Education Conference Planning Committee, to:

  • Design, plan, and coordinate regional LT alumni events to support and network the growing number of LT graduates and business supporters statewide
  • Develop ongoing venues to discuss real-world based educational innovation and to share ongoing best practices in this area
  • Brainstorm innovative LT specialty programming and/or workshops for various audiences statewide

In addition to regular after school meetings throughout the year, Advisory Board members will remain in touch via threaded discussion groups on our website as they coordinate real-world based educational and innovative programming statewide. The class will meet throughout the year, largely after school, but participants are expected to attend the Real World Education Conference in May.

 

 

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