Putnam County School System is excited to offer a full day of professional development for administrators, school leaders, and educators on supporting, designing, and implementing a culture of innovation on Friday, September 27, 2019.
This Innovation Day will include a full day of learning with a session in the morning, elementary and middle school tours, and networking.
Registration has now closed. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
INNOVATION TOPICS INCLUDE:
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Participants will have the opportunity to actively engage in a learning session in the morning followed up by an elementary or a middle school visit in the afternoon.
Plus, each participant will receive a certificate at the end of the event, and be eligible to earn 5 TASL credits.
This event is sponsored to make it available at no cost for district and school leadership teams. If possible, we encourage districts to attend with others in their district.
About Education Elements: Education Elements works with districts to build and support dynamic school systems that meet the needs of every learner, today and tomorrow. We take the time to understand the unique challenges school leaders face, and then customize the Education Elements approach for each district. We have worked with more than 750 schools and 140 districts across the country. We bring deep expertise, design thinking, expert facilitation and the spirit of collaboration, along with our extensive toolkit of resources and technology, to deliver sustainable results. Check out our latest annual report.
About Putnam County School System: In the Putnam County School System this past school year, the district and Education Elements focused their efforts around communicating their personalized learning initiative. They are currently going into their third year of implementation with plans to expand the work to the high schools this school year. The district leadership team has relentlessly worked to communicate the journey through multiple mediums, in hopes of building excitement and accountability. They have been sharing their experiences and successes through blogs like these: Bridging the Gap in Rural Putnam County, Tennessee Through Personalized Learning, Personalizing Future-Readiness for Students, and 5 Edtech Tools that Take Personalized Learning to the Next Level. You can also follow Putnam’s journey via Twitter @VITALK12.