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Executive Leadership Institute

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School-Based Intermediate Supervisors Institute

The School Based Intermediate Supervisors Institute (SBISI) is designed as a two-year leadership seminar series (Series I and II) to build, expand and enhance fundamental school leadership skills and knowledge through a wide variety of "nuts and bolts" strategies, engagement in critical thinking scenarios, and exploration of educational leadership-related literature.

There are 8 workshops in the School Based Intermediate Supervisors Institute series in the 2017-2018 school year.
Below are the current workshop titles.

Series I:

Series I Day 1: Competencies, Knowledge and Skills for New School Leaders
Series I Day 2: Promoting Effective Teams
Series I Day 3: Difficult Conversations for School Leaders
Series I Day 4: Letter Writing: A Pathway to Improving Teaching Practices
Series I Day 5: Supporting Educators in the use of Formative Assessments
Series I Day 6: Feedback and Communication Skills
Series I Day 7: Using Data Strands to Promote Student Achievement
Series I Day 8: The Tenure Process: Are You Ready?

Click HERE for a Series I 2017-2018 Application

 

Series II:

Series II Day 1: Instructional Leadership and Reflection
Series II Day 2: Developing Effective Facilitation Skills
Series II Day 3: Clearly Communicating an Instructional Vision
Series II Day 4: Fostering a Positive School Culture
Series II Day 5: School Change: Practices and Decisions
Series II Day 6: Growth Mindset to Enhance Professional Practice
Series II Day 7: Strategic Planning for School Leaders
Series II Day 8: Self-Reflection for Leadership Growth

Click HERE for a Series II 2017-2018 Application

Click HERE for SBISI 2017-2018 Workshop Schedule

The Executive Leadership Institute has an Educational Learning Center (ELC) in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island.

The Young Child Expo & Conference will provide early childhood professionals and parents the latest informaiton about early childhood development, services, resources, and products to help all children reach their full potential. In one unique event, this conference intergrates learing about a wide variety of important topics affecting typically developing children as well as those with special needs, including autism.

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