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(WRCCS) Lightning Session [clear filter]
Wednesday, April 10
 

10:30am

Managing Student Learning - Lightning Session
Join representatives from HeadRush, a student centered, project-based learning management platform to explore the options available for managing student learning through projects, and setting up school learning management systems.

Speakers
avatar for Mike Hourahine

Mike Hourahine

CEO & Co-founder, HEADRUSH Learning
avatar for Shane Krukowski

Shane Krukowski

Enabler of Good Pedagogy, HEADRUSH Learning
Wanna be accordion Player passionate about transforming teaching and learning.


Wednesday April 10, 2019 10:30am - 10:45am
Tundra A/B

10:30am

School Within a School - Lightning Session
Come explore the issues involved with developing a charter school within an existing school building.  Practitioners with successful experience managing the school within a school relationship will present the important considerations and ideas that work to develop a great working relationship with between new charters and existing school cultures.

Speakers
avatar for Judy Mueller

Judy Mueller

Lead Teacher, Watertown Unified School District
Mrs. Mueller has served as the lead teacher and as an advisor at Endeavor since it opened in 2014. She had 16 years of English, public speaking and reading teaching experience in the traditional classroombefore moving to Endeavor.



Wednesday April 10, 2019 10:30am - 10:45am
Tundra E/F

10:55am

Reporting Results - Lightning Session
School leaders with experience in both meeting local and state reporting requirements and developing locally relevant metrics for school success will share some of the important insights into developing a comprehensive reporting system.

Speakers
avatar for James Murray

James Murray

Principal, Waukesha STEM Academy
James Murray has pursued his dream in education for nearly twenty years and finds new avenues of excitement and growth, each and every year. Starting off his career in a highly transient, high-needs and at-risk environment, James quickly became hooked on working with all types of... Read More →


Wednesday April 10, 2019 10:55am - 11:10am
Tundra C/D

11:20am

Personal Learning Plans - Lightning Session
Join experienced educators in exploring the issues around developing effective personal learning plans for students.

Speakers
avatar for Nicole Luedtke

Nicole Luedtke

Advisor, Valley New School
Advisor at Valley New School (Appleton, WI). Ms. Luedtke, along with three colleagues, founded Valley New School, an innovative, project-based, student centered, technology-rich charter school for the Appleton Area School District 15 years ago. VNS continues to be a leading lab school... Read More →


Wednesday April 10, 2019 11:20am - 11:35am
Tundra E/F

11:20am

School and Business Partnerships - Lightning Session
Interested in looking into how to build effective partnerships with your local business community?  Stop by this session to hear about how some successful school-business partnerships have been developed and grown.  

Speakers
avatar for Angie Andersson

Angie Andersson

Principal, KTEC
Dr. Angela Andersson graduated from Texas A&M University in 1990 with a Bachelor of Arts and in 1995 with a Ph.D in political science. She taught political science at Loyola University Chicago before starting to teach in Kenosha Unified in 2000. In January 2006, she began planning... Read More →



Wednesday April 10, 2019 11:20am - 11:35am
Tundra A/B

11:45am

Mental Health Supports - Lightning Session
New schools, charter schools, and especially smaller schools often struggle to find resources and systems to support students in the area of mental health.  Resources and strategies will be presented to help schools begin to build effective systems for supporting student mental health needs. 

Speakers
avatar for Alyssa Maloney

Alyssa Maloney

Adams-Friendship Area School District
I am currently the Project AWARE Mental Health Coordinator for the Adams-Friendship Area School District. I have a Bachelors of Social Work from UW Oshkosh and have worked with at-risk teenage youth for 20 years in different settings.


Wednesday April 10, 2019 11:45am - 12:00pm
Tundra C/D