What Leaders Need: Building a Roadmap for September 2021

Join us for a virtual series for school leaders to build upon lessons learned from leading during a pandemic, acquire new tools and skills, and refine systems design and implementation. 

This series progresses from walking the walk with self-care to virtual classroom instruction to visioning and operationalizing your plan for September 2021.


When:
spring 2021

Where:
ONLINE (Zoom)

scheduled Sessions

Participants can attend the entire series for a reduced cost, or attend per workshop.

To learn more about any of these sessions, contact Gwendolyn Roraback at 845.255.1402 x1390 or send her an email.

Gwendolyn Roraback and Jonah Schenker

 

PLN—What Leaders Need: Building a Roadmap for September 2021

Presented by Dr. Jonah Schenker & Gwendolyn Roraback

Dates: April 21, May 5 & May 26
Cost: Free to MHLI members, all others $35 (per session)

Learn more & register here

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Empowering Ourselves to Empower and Inspire Others

Presented by Dr. Ellen Connors
Read her bio here.

Date: March 24
Cost: MHLI members $75, all others $150

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Peter DeWitt

Why We Should be Concerned About the Mental Health of Teachers and School Leaders

Presented by Dr. Peter Dewitt
Read his bio here.

Date: April 6
Cost: MHLI members $100, all others $200

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Liz Kolb

What to Look for in Virtual Classrooms: Using the Triple E Framework to Support Your Teachers' Technology Integration

Presented by Dr. Liz Kolb
Read her bio here.

Date: April 12
Cost: MHLI members $75, all others $150

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Joe Sanfelippo

 

impact the Narrative

Presented by Dr. Joseph Sanfelippo
Read his bio here.

Date: May 20
Cost: 
MHLI members $100, all others $200

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Program Contact

For more information about the virtual series contact:

Gwendolyn Roraback
Instructional Services
Director

175 Route 32 North
New Paltz, NY 12561
phone: 845.255.1402 x1390


THE FOCUS of this virtual series will be to build upon lessons learned from leading during a pandemic, acquire new tools and skills, and refine systems design and implementation.