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Wednesday, April 10
 

2:00pm

Charter School Governance and Authorizing - Independent Charter Schools
Explore the structures and relationships of quality independent charter schools and their authorizer. Time for individual consulting and questions will be available.


Speakers
avatar for Adrienne L. Woods

Adrienne L. Woods

Director, UW-Milwaukee
I've been an educator for 27 years working as a high school English teacher, school counselor and district-level administrator. I worked closely with charter schools for about 12 years and led charter offices for the last 8 years. I have knowledge and experience with instrumentality... Read More →


Wednesday April 10, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Sandstone 9

2:00pm

Charter School Governance and Authorizing - Instrumentality Charter Schools
Explore the development of effective and mission-oriented structures to support the development of quality Instrumentality charter schools. Time for individual consulting and questions will be available.

Speakers
avatar for Allen Brant, PhD

Allen Brant, PhD

Principal, Kaleidoscope Academy
Al Brant is the principal of Kaleidoscope Academy, a trauma sensitive middle school and is currently the president of ISN. He works with many of the charter schools in Appleton and the surrounding area promoting innovative practices and moving away from the industrial age model of... Read More →



Wednesday April 10, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Wilderness 4

2:00pm

Charter School Governance and Authorizing - Legality
Explore the development of legal structures to support the development of quality charter schools. Time for individual consulting and questions will be available.

Speakers
avatar for Tess O'Brien-Heinzen

Tess O'Brien-Heinzen

Partner, Boardman Clark
Tess is a partner in the School Law Practice Group and provides legal consultation to school districts, charter schools, and postsecondary institutions in a broad range of areas including special education and disability law, policy development, student-related issues, and corporate... Read More →



Wednesday April 10, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Sandstone 8

2:00pm

Classroom - Community Supports and Resources
This classroom workshop - will focus on the development and use of community supports and resources in your classroom. Representatives from successful schools will share insights into important facets of developing innovative school practices. Time for individual consulting and questions will be available.

Topics Covered:
  • Community Supports and Resources

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 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Glacier C/D

2:00pm

Classroom - Culture
This classroom workshop - will focus on creating a cohesive and positive culture in your classroom. Representatives from successful schools will share insights into important facets of developing innovative school practices. Time for individual consulting and questions will be available.

Topics Covered:
  • Classroom Culture

Speakers
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Jason Olson

Northwest Passage High School #4049
Jason is a Math teacher and advisor. He also serves as the NWPHS school board chair and expedition coordinator. Jason leads 4-5 overnight learning expeditions each school year while helping manage the rest of the schools trips. Jason strives to make math accessible to all learners... Read More →
avatar for Brandi Greer

Brandi Greer

Northwest Passage High School #4049
Brandi has been an Art Teacher and Advisory at Northwest Passage H.S. for 17 years. Brandi is a leader in the world of art, assisting students to complete unique multi-curricular art pieces in a project-based learning environment. Additionally, Brandi serves in a multitude of different... Read More →
avatar for Val Miller

Val Miller

Teacher/Advisor, Northwest Passage High School #4049
Although I claim many roles, I am primarily a teacher/advisor at Northwest Passage High School in Minnesota.  My specialties are special education, project-based learning, and place-based learning.  I’d like to think that my role in education is to disrupt the status quo of our... Read More →
avatar for Peter Wieczorek

Peter Wieczorek

Director, Northwest Passage High School #4049
I am the Director of Northwest Passage Charter High School in Coon Rapids, MN. I am a passionate advocate of Project Based Learning, Field Studies, Expeditionary Learning, and Technology Integration. I am a Dad, a teacher, a youth worker, administrator, explorer, part-time Jedi Master... Read More →



Wednesday April 10, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Glacier A/B

2:00pm

Classroom - Curriculum Design
This classroom workshop - will focus on the development of the curriculum in your classroom. Representatives from successful schools will share insights into important facets of developing innovative school practices. Time for individual consulting and questions will be available.

Topics Covered:
  • Curriculum Design

Speakers
avatar for Rebecca Anderson

Rebecca Anderson

School District of Waukesha
Becky Anderson is a 6th-8th grade multiage literacy teacher at Waukesha STEM Academy, Saratoga Campus, in Waukesha, Wisconsin. In addition, she teaches at Carroll University, also in Waukesha, in both their undergraduate and graduate education programs. Becky is fueled by collaborative... Read More →



Wednesday April 10, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Wilderness 2/5

2:00pm

Classroom - Mental Health Supports
This classroom workshop - will focus on the development and use of mental health supports in your classroom. Representatives from successful schools will share insights into important facets of developing innovative school practices. Time for individual consulting and questions will be available.

Topics Covered:
  • Mental Health Supports

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 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Sandstone 1

2:00pm

Leadership - District Instrumentality Charter School Leadership
School leadership can take many forms. Experienced school leaders will guide you through an exploration of District Instrumentality Charter School Leadership and Innovation Zones. Time for individual consulting and questions will be available.

Topics Covered
  • District Instrumentality Charter School Leadership


Speakers
avatar for Dave Vitale

Dave Vitale

Director of Instruction and ISN Board Member, Watertown
Dave's passion for innovative schools and responsive instructional design stems from his experience as a teacher, coach, and administrator spanning the elementary to collegiate ranks. In 2005 he earned his doctorate from UW-Madison researching and developing design principles for... Read More →



Wednesday April 10, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Tundra A/B

2:00pm

Leadership - Independent Charter School Leadership
School leadership can take many forms. Experienced school leaders will guide you through an exploration of Independent Charter School Leadership. Time for individual consulting and questions will be available.

Topics Covered
  • Independent Charter School Leadership 


Speakers
avatar for Santiago Navarro

Santiago Navarro

Principal, Bruce-Guadalupe Community School
Santiago started his career in 1996 as a fifth grade teacher at Bruce-Guadalupe Community School, which is a part of the United Community Center on the near southside of Milwaukee. His entire educational career has been at the UCC and has served as a Teacher, Assistant Principal and... Read More →


Wednesday April 10, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Tundra C/D

2:00pm

Leadership - Multiple School Leadership
School leadership can take many forms. Experienced school leaders will guide you through an exploration of Multiple School Leadership. Time for individual consulting and questions will be available.

Topics Covered
  • Multiple School Leadership 


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 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Tundra E/F

2:00pm

Leadership - Teacher Powered Leadership
School leadership can take many forms. Experienced school leaders will guide you through an exploration of Teacher-Powered Schools, leadership model. Time for individual consulting and questions will be available.

Topics Covered
  • Teacher Powered Leadership


Speakers
avatar for Liz Seubert

Liz Seubert

Founder/Advisor/Consultant, Wildlands School
Liz Seubert is a founding member of Wildlands staff and has been an innovator in the field of student centered learning since 2005. Liz has a BS from UW-Eau Claire and a MS from UW-Stout. She has led many expeditionary learning trips with students, developed community based learning... Read More →



Wednesday April 10, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Wilderness 1