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See who presented their innovations in education from around the world at the 2012 School Improvement Innovation Summit. ...

See who presented their innovations in education from around the world at the 2012 School Improvement Innovation Summit.
You can watch the keynote videos and learn more about the conference at http://www.siis2012.com

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2012 School Improvement Innovation Summit 2012 School Improvement Innovation Summit Presentation Transcript

  • July 16-17, 2012 | Salt Lake City, Utah © 2012 School Improvement Network www.siis2012.com www.siis2012.com July 2012 © 2012 School Improvement Network
  • School Improvement Innovation Summit 2012 More than 200 educators from around the country gathered in Salt Lake City, Utah to meet with and hear from other educators and experts covering four topics: 1. Leadership 2. Equity 3. Common Core 4. Professional Learning © 2012 School Improvement Network www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • General Session 1: Leadership © 2012 School Improvement Networkwww.siis2012.com July 2012 © 2012 School Improvement Network View slide
  • “Where are we going? Every student ready,every teacher prepared. 100%.” © 2012 School Improvement Network Chet Linton CEO, School Improvement Network www.siis2012.com July 2012 View slide
  • “Lets make sure something positive ishappening as a result of what we invest in.” © 2012 School Improvement Network Steve Shaha Professor, Center for Policy and Public Info www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • “Technology is not the solution, just the vehicle to solve a problem.” © 2012 School Improvement Network Robert SpielvogelCTO, Education Development Center, Waltham, MA www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • “In this country what we really have is a systems gap. We continue to maintain a structure of public schooling that we should have long since abandoned.” © 2012 School Improvement NetworkJohn Covington, EdD Chancellor, Michigan EAA www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • General Session 2: Equity © 2012 School Improvement Networkwww.siis2012.com July 2012 © 2012 School Improvement Network
  • “How many kids are held back bythe fears that others have about their race or backgrounds?” © 2012 School Improvement Network Graig Meyer Director, Blue Ribbon Mentor/Advocate www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • “Every school is a turnaround school. If you arent turning around, youre probably following an outdated model.” © 2012 School Improvement Network Ray ChavezPrincipal, Mesa Middle School, Mesa, AZ www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • “One strategy that makes a difference in every school: Listening with intent.” © 2012 School Improvement Network Jamie AlmanzanEquity Coach, National Equity Project www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • “When the conscious mind catches up with the unconscious mind, we can find our own racism.” © 2012 School Improvement Network Bonnie DavisAuthor/Consultant Educating For Change www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • General Session 3: Common Core © 2012 School Improvement Network www.siis2012.com July 2012 © 2012 School Improvement Network
  • “Personalized learningmeans we have to givethe students choice .” © 2012 School Improvement Network Curtis Linton EVP, School Improvement Network www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • “You cant get big learning improvements by changing the existing education system. You have to do something new.” © 2012 School Improvement Network Jim RickabaughInterim Executive Director, CESA#1, WI www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • “I want us to to rethink what were doing as professionals, as 21st century educators, to use new technologies to improve upon our practices.” © 2012 School Improvement Network Felicia Cumings SmithAssociate Commissioner of Education, State of Kentucky www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • “We have a new kind of learner; were going to need new kinds of schools.” “What year are you preparing your kids for?” © 2012 School Improvement NetworkHeidi Hayes Jacobs Author/Director Curriculum21 www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • General Session 4:Professional Learning © 2012 School Improvement Network www.siis2012.com July 2012 © 2012 School Improvement Network
  • “You have to haveinfrastructure in place in order for professional development efforts totake root, and to go frominitiation to integration.” © 2012 School Improvement Network Sydnee Dickson Utah State Office of Education www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • “Were going to talk aboutthe kind of learning whereteachers say, This is why I got into education in the first place.’” © 2012 School Improvement Network Steve Olsen www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • “All children can learn if all teachers can reach them ” © 2012 School Improvement Network Maria Salazar,Professor, InTASC Committee Member, University of Denver www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • “We cant send kids to get a college degree without an idea of what they want to do professionally. ” “Our kids dont need us for information. They have Wolfram Alpha for that.” © 2012 School Improvement Network John Barge Superintendent, State of Georgiawww.siis2012.com July 2012
  • Watch the keynotes at www.siis2012.com or on our YouTube Channel. © 2012 School Improvement Networkwww.siis2012.com July 2012 © 2012 School Improvement Network
  • © 2012 School Improvement Network Detroit Public SchoolsFirst to reach a million minutes viewed in PD 360 www.siis2012.com July 2012
  • © 2012 School Improvement Network Breakout sessions built on the topics andideas presented by the keynote speakers. www.siis2012.com July 2012
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  • © 2012 School Improvement Network Mary EsselmanChief Officer of Accountability, Equity & Innovation, Michigan EAA www.siis2012.com July 2012
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  • Information about SIIS 2013 coming soon! If you’d like to be informed when moreinformation is available, click the “Get in Touch” button at the bottom of the slides, or you cancontact us at 1-800-572-1153 or on our website. © 2012 School Improvement Network www.siis2012.com July 2012 © 2012 School Improvement Network