Upcoming National Institute for Magnet School Leadership (NIMSL) Sponsored Webinars
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April 24, 2014 at 1 pm Eastern
During this session, presenters from the College Board will explain the Summary of Answers and Skills (SOAS) report that allows school administrators to take a detailed look at their students' academic skills on the PSAT. This online tool is arranged by skill categories and extends across disciplines. By using this analytical tool schools can fuel a conversation about improving instruction based on student data. The presenters will also talk about, My College Quick Start, a web-based toolkit for students to improve their performance on standardized tests and plan for college.
Presenters: Theodore Gardella, Executive Director, AP Strategy and Partnerships, College Board
Alan Bernstein, Senior District Director, New England Regional Office, College Board
April 29, 2014 at 1 pm Eastern
This webinar will showcase the many ways in which museums are participating in the learning landscape. You’ve heard about field trips, but traveling exhibits, professional development for current and future teachers, and in-depth partnerships with schools? Come see how museums are reaching students in innovative ways.
Presenters: Barry Joseph, Director of Digital Learning, American Museum of Natural History New York
Sarah Trueblood, Vice Principal, Roosevelt Middle School, San Diego, CA
Rebecca Grabman, Manager of MAKESHOP, Children's Museum of Pittsburgh
Ben Kershaw, Assistant Director of Congressional Relations, American Alliance of Museums
May 6, 2014 at 1 pm Eastern
Magnet Schools of America is in the process of developing national standards to certify high-quality magnet schools. Learn about the standards, provide feedback, and learn how implementation will impact your school and district.
Presenter: Scott Thomas, Executive Director, Magnet Schools of America
May 7, 2014 at 1 pm Eastern
This webinar will provide an overview of best practice planning, evaluating, and implementing effective organizational development for elementary, middle, and secondary arts magnet schools. It will address a wide range of issues from purposes, finances, governance, staffing, facilities, evaluation, planning, and more.
Presenter: Kristy Callaway, Executive Director, Arts Schools Network
Representatives TBA from Magnet Arts Schools: Elementary, Middle, and High/Secondary
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