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Advancing Educational Leadership (AEL) Participant Guide (spiral-bound)

  • $ 4000


 

Use this guide to pace your progress in the Advancing Educational Leadership (AEL) three-day training course.

The AEL learning experience is designed for novice and seasoned leaders to learn with and from each other throughout the three day course. In this way, all participants gain a deeper understanding of leadership skills and leave with practical steps and tools that can be quickly transferred to the real world.

The 95-page AEL Participant Guide was specifically crafted to enhance the AEL experience, as both a reference and journaling tool for learners. The guide tracks the sequence and schedule of each day of training. It includes sections to jot down notes and reflections of what you have learned. It also features action planning templates, along with all course readings, informational graphics, video descriptions, biographies of featured school leaders, and relevant source references. A tools matrix will help you keep track of all the protocols and activities you experience in the training.  

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Advancing Educational Leadership Participant Guide was produced by Anna Warren. Anna loves leading and learning with fellow educators at Region 13. Her passion for writing Advancing Educational Leadership was fueled by her strong belief that a unified vision and positive culture must be the foundation for any organization’s success. Anna has 30 years of experience as a teacher, principal, and professional developer, and is a Leadership Coach for educators across the country. When she’s not Advancing Educational Leadership, you’ll likely find Anna outdoors, hitting the trails, hanging out in Austin, and enjoying time with her husband, three boys, a Basset Hound, a chocolate Lab, and 3 crazy cats.

Nicole Bevilacqua is the co-author of Advancing Educational Leadership Participant Guide. As a trainer, professional educator, and blogger at thepublicintrovert.com, she has developed content, curriculum, and presentations for state and national audiences covering topics in leadership and school reform and she enjoys teaching others the art of presentation through blogs and live trainings. Nicole believes fiercely that life and work should be both fun and meaningful. She is always down for a deep conversation about the systemic issues shaping education or a fun chat about The Real Housewives franchise.

Spiral-bound, 95 pages



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