The Kentucky Superintendents’ Network is pleased to host regional one-day trainings for Principals and other leaders which will focus on the nuts and bolts of building Kentucky Student Growth Goals (SGGs). National leader in teacher effectiveness work, Dr. Lauri Leeper will present the basis for and the steps in the SGG process, the Principal’s role in making SGGs work in their schools, and how to help teachers create SGGs that are solid and sustainable.
Participants will create an SGG, put it to the SMART test, and align instructional strategies that are research-based and oriented to student success. Working in concert with fellow principals and other participants with the same questions, participants will have opportunities to fill their toolbox with sound actions to take back to their schools.
Each participant will receive a copy of the KY Student Growth Goal Guidebook: SGG’s from Start to Finish—intended to be the go-to resource for the SGG process. The process of student growth goal setting will be spelled out explicitly.
EXTENDED! Registration Deadline for all locations is Friday, September 5, 2014!
The event is scheduled for the following dates and locations. Click on the date of your choice below to register!
(Note: Sign-in and continental breakfast will begin at 8:00 at each location)
Cost is $100.00 per registrant and includes a continental breakfast, lunch and all materials. You may register up to 10 people per School District at one time. Please enter your purchase order number when you register.
About Dr. Lauri Leeper
Dr. Lauri M. Leeper is the Director of Instructional Design and Development for James Stronge and Associates, one of the nation’s premier centers for research, development and support of teacher and leader effectiveness systems. Lauri has worked with state agencies and school districts across the United States on teacher and administrator evaluation systems. She has presented at national, state, and local-level conferences on topics including teacher/leader effectiveness, closing the achievement gap, effective schools, information literacy, problem-based learning, and curriculum design. Lauri received her doctoral degree in Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership from the College of William and Mary.