Leadership in Education
Innovation & Transformational
Future Casting in Education to Make Decisions Now
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Carolyn Karatzas Eastman
at the Southeastern Regional Education Service Center (SERESC)
Who Should Attend:
All District Leadership – Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents – veteran and new as well as building leadership.
About the Workshop:
How do we respond? How do we learn? What information do we gather to stay connected to real time information?
This seminar will focus on innovation and transformational leadership in the context of Competency Based Education and Extended Learning Opportunities within organizations. Participants will examine information that provide educators with insight into what lay ahead for public education. The group will collectively create their vision of the future. The Innovator’s DNA by authors Jeff Dyer, Hal Gregersen, and Clayton Christensen, will provide the frame for discussions related to education.
- Connect and explore several resources for innovative thinking with education
- Compare and contrast current decision making criteria to criteria laid out in Future casting
- Apply research to innovative decision making
8:30 Guest Arrival, Registrant Check-in, Continental Breakfast
9:00 Program begins
3:00 Program Ends
About the Presenter
Carolyn Karatzas Eastman is an educator who thrives on problem solving and using data to think outside the box in assisting educators in their approach to learning challenges for students. She has over a decade of experience helping schools examine change and leading educators through a change process.
Carolyn began her 19-year career as an educator as a special education teacher and middle school mathematics teacher at Rye Junior High School for 6 years. She joined the UNH IMPACT Center as the program assistant for mathematics providing outreach and support to schools on standards based mathematics instruction. She was invited to work the Council of Chief State School Officers and Wisconsin Center for Education Research as a national consultant for over a decade to assist schools in using assessment data as well as teacher and student perception data to effectively make instructional improvement. Carolyn is an experienced professional development facilitator with a long history of using the Surveys of the Enacted Curriculum (SEC). She has been on the professional development team creating materials to support the use of SEC and working with teacher leaders in facilitating meaningful dialogue about instructional practices and content.
Most recently, for the past 3 ½ years, Carolyn has been the Assistant Superintendent of Schools at Oyster River Cooperative School District working with administrators and teachers in understanding the Common Core State Standards, leading a process for selecting new resources using the IMET (Instructional Materials Evaluation Tool), transitioning the district to a standards based progress report and assisting Oyster River in creating a new teacher evaluation process.
She lives in Madbury, NH with her husband and two children
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Check-in and continental breakfast starts at 8:30 am
Presentation starts at 9:00
Lunch at SERESC
Adjourn: 3:30 pm
Participants will receive a certificate of attendance for 5.5 contact hours
Early Registration Discounted Cost: $195.00, if registered by, March 15, 2016 ---Enter discount code: early*registration
Registration ends March 22, 2016
To register click here
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**SERESC accepts substitution of another person. 24 hour advanced notice is appreciated.
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**SERESC reserves the right to postpone or cancel events.
SERESC Conference Center
29 Commerce Drive
Bedford, NH 03110
Our mission is to inspire innovation and excellence in education and professional practice, and our vision is for helping organizations and individuals achieve their greatest potential as they learn, lead and grow. Our core values are innovation, excellence, integrity, and service.
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