Annually, the North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA) and the North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA) participate jointly in a process that results in the naming of the A. Craig Phillips North Carolina Superintendent of the Year, who then becomes North Carolina’s nominee for the 2016 AASA Superintendent of the Year. This is an opportunity to recognize and honor superintendents for the leadership that they provide and contributions that they make to their districts.
Please complete the Nomination Form and submit to the CCRESA by June 10th. Please note that in addition to completing the nomination form, a letter to support the nomination must be submitted.
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♦ Collaborative Professional Learning Network of Educators
♦ Educators volunteering to share a challenging issue
♦ Participants sharing and discussing ideas
♦ One-hour virtual conversation
♦ Problem-solving solution-generating model
♦ Open to ALL educators across the state
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Lisa Hervey, from the Friday Institute, presented on The Habits of Mind for Digital Teaching and Learning. Her PowerPoint presentation can be found at http://bit.ly/CCRESA (case sensitive). She shared background information on two frameworks: TPACK and SAMR.
Teams from 8 schools in the CCRESA service area attended the first two days of a four-day Teacher Leader Digital Media Integration Academy on October 2nd and 3rd, held at Nash Central High School. Rachael Paul (in red), the program facilitator from Discovery Education, helped participants to delve deeper into the features of the DE product and structured activities to help them learn more about lesson design and the use of student stations/centers.
District teams from across Region 3
On August 19th, Jennifer DeNeal and other DPI staff led a comprehensive session on implementing Standard 6 using the Analysis of Student Work (ASW) with more than 90 participants from the arts, healthful living, world languages, and AP/IB. The wiki for the session may be accessed at http://ncasw.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/ .
Lynn Williams, LCA Facilitator
The 2nd Cohort of the Leadership for Change Agents met on July 23-24 for a two-day Influencer training facilitated by Lynn Williams. Influencer is a leadership course that teaches proven strategies to change vital behaviors in organizations to achieve the desired results. Participating principals were able to collaborate and share with other principals from across Region 3 in this interactive workshop. Fifty-one principals in the region have participated thus far in this leadership program.