2018 Action Forum
December 12, 2018
8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
The Ohio Union at The Ohio State University
Registration is Now Open
The Ohio Leadership Advisory Council (OLAC) is pleased to host the 2018 Action Forum: Empowered to Lead, Inspired to Act. This event will feature Ohio superintendents, principals, teachers, and others sharing their stories about the work of their district and building leadership teams, teacher-based teams, and the impact on all learners—students and adults.
This annual professional learning event is designed to create an environment to network, collaborate, and encourage shared leadership at every level of the school system.
Whether you’re a seasoned user of OLAC’s resources or someone who’s just learning about them, there will be something for everyone!
Dr. John Richard, Deputy Superintendent, Ohio Department of Education
Dr. Brandon Doubek, Founding Partner, Creative Leadership Solutions
Moving Teams Forward to Increase Student Learning
Collaborative teams often struggle with what data to use in various teams in pursuit of the ultimate goal of effective school collaboration—improved classroom instruction. While collaborative teams in the past have been profcient with analyzing quantitative data, these data have not always provided the most immediate feedback to increase student performance. The most effective use of data utilizes multiple forms of qualitative and quantitative evidence that requires redefning data for use in teams with more time spent on solving problems with actionable outcomes than identifying defcits in learning. In his keynote, Brandon will focus on moving teacher, building, and district teams forward to authentically increase student learning through differentiated instruction by focusing on intentionally-aligned data and effective, research-based practices.
Carolyn Everidge-Frey, Director, Center for Teaching, Leading, and Learning, Ohio Department of Education
Ohio’s Journey to the New Principal Standards
During her time with the Ohio Department of Education (ODE), Carolyn’s responsibilities have included overseeing the creation and implementation of the state’s policies and programs that support great teachers and leaders, including standards for educators, evaluation systems, new teacher induction, and educator equity. Carolyn has been with ODE for six years and has committed over 20 years to public education. At the local level, Carolyn has served in various leadership roles, some of which included curriculum coordinator, school improvement specialist, special education coordinator, and superintendent.
Dr. Brian McNulty, Leadership Expert
How Do Schools Get Better?
There is a simple answer to this question, but it is not simple to do. This session will present what we have learned over the past 10 years from working with urban, suburban, and rural schools across Ohio. Using the new Ohio Standards for Principals framework, explore how schools should address each student’s well-being and academic success, including the development of social-emotional learning in schools. Specifc guidance will be provided to teacher-based teams and building-leadership teams in leading this improvement.
$109/registrant or $99/each for teams of 3 or more
Registration fees cover all forum materials, continental breakfast, and lunch.
Pay by check, credit card, or purchase order. See details on registration site.
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Please make payable to:
Battelle for Kids
4525 Trueman Blvd
Hilliard, OH 43026
Please indicate "OLAC Action Forum" on your check or purchase order.
Fairfield Inn & Suites Columbus OSU
3031 Olentangy River Road
Columbus, OH 43202
Limited rooms are available. Please reference the “OLAC Action Forum” hotel block when making reservations.