Purpose: The Superintendent Institute provides learning experiences that foster collective learning for a statewide professional learning community of superintendents. These formal learning experiences focus on the five leadership performance strands and are directly connected to each superintendent's application of their new and enhanced skills to real teaching and learning issues in their districts based on data.
Objectives are to support collective learning and collaboration, to develop and implement an action research study designed to inform a teaching and learning challenge within their district, to engage in discussions about effective practices to enlighten a system change that can affect teaching and learning performance for students and/or adults, to communicate and share knowledge and resources to support the five leadership performance strands, and to access information and coaching support from members of the support team who facilitate the learning experiences.
The Superintendent Institute features:
Whole-group focus sessions where major concepts and objectives are introduced with an opportunity for reflection and inquiry;
- Knowledge and skill-building sessions where participants focus on practice, information, and competencies related to individual district developmental needs;
- Applied learning skills addressing local needs and issues, as well as on-going work; and
- Feedback from Academy staff and facilitators on individual and team process and content strategies.
Length of Institute:
- Session 1: three days residential
- Session 2: three days residential
- Session 3: three days residential
Location: The Winthrop Rockefeller Institute, Petit Jean Mountain, Morrilton, AR
Expenses: Expenses are paid by the Arkansas Leadership Academy; participants are asked to pay for transportation costs to and from the institute.
Application: To apply for the Superintendent Institute, apply on-line via the link at the top of the page or please print and mail the application to the Arkansas Leadership Academy, 1 University of Arkansas, 346 West Avenue Room 300, Fayetteville, AR 72701 or fax to the Academy Office at (479) 575-8663
For any questions or additional information, please contact David Cook at (479) 575-3030 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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