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Member School Faculty: $225
Member School Students: $125
Non-Member Students: $275
New this year: Students are invited to join faculty at this event. There will be sessions for both students and faculty, and separate faculty and student tracks. Please see the agenda below for more information.
Learn to develop essential end-to-end aspects of character and leadership education by hearing best-practice strategies and pedagogies, while sharing what works best at your school.
Whether starting a character and leadership education program from scratch or looking to add to an existing program, you will leave with ideas, inspiration, materials, and contacts to take back to your school. Because every school’s approach will differ, ample time will be available to discuss how to adapt the content of the sessions to your school’s specific needs.
• Build a Schoolwide Conceptual Vocabulary
• Nurture Habitual Prosocial Emotional Responsiveness
• Provide Sufficient Experiences and Leadership Opportunities
• Develope a School-wide Scope and Sequence
• Educate Inclusive Leaders
• Student Sessions on the Self and Skills of Leadership
Dr. Martin Stegemoeller is the Curriculum Coordinator for Character and Leadership Education at St. Mark’s School of Texas, where he also holds the Malcom and Minda Brachman Master Teaching Chair and has experience as the faculty sponsor of the Discipline Council, The Telos Society (student leadership club), and Philosophy Club. Utilizing classes, clubs, advisories, class meetings, visiting speakers, summer institutes, summer grants, community service, parent coffees, alumni events, in-house curricula, online resources, and travel to national conferences, Character and Leadership Education at St. Mark’s works across divisions and grade levels to teach, encourage, and support all members of its community to cultivate the habits of responsible, skillful, entrepreneurial, and sustainable leadership through service.
- L'Tanya Evans, Associate Head of School for Academics at The Out-of-Door Academy
Faculty & Students Joint Sessions:
5:00 Educating the Head: Building a School-wide Conceptual Vocabulary
6:00 Educating the Heart: Nurturing Habitual Prosocial Emotional Responsiveness
7:00 Dinner (opportunity for school-specific Q and A)
8:00 Educating the Hands: Providing Sufficient Experiences and Leadership Opportunities
9:00 Opportunity for school-specific Q and A
8:00 Open Mike about last night and today’s program
8:30 Educating Inclusive Leaders
9:30 Developing a School-wide Scope and Sequence for Character and Leadership Education
11:00 Establishing Faculty, Student, Parent, Alumni, and Trustee Buy-In and Training
8:30 Understanding Self as Leader
9:30 Leadership 101
10:45 Educating Inclusive Leaders
11:45 Good Ideas at My School
Faculty and Student Joint Sessions:
12:15 Lunch (opportunity for school-specific Q and A)
1:15 Speaking to the Other
2:15 Team meetings by School
3:00 Close (also, opportunity for extensive additional school-specific Q and A)
Included in the price of registration is dinner Friday, and continental breakfast and lunch Saturday.
“I feel refreshed, invigorated, and inspired.”
“There were so many wonderful things about this event: the speakers, the other teachers, ideas flying through the room, the discussions.... amazing!!!”
“I attended a couple years ago and left with a wealth of possibilities, and I’m glad to pick up more.”
Ransom Everglades School is located 7 miles South of the Miami International Airport. The neighborhood, Coconut Grove, is very walkable with restaurants, shops, and views of the bay.
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Located 1/2 mile from Ransom Everglades School and in the heart of Coconut Grove. Please contact us for the special rate code (~$170): firstname.lastname@example.org or 800.298.4599.
Hampton Inn Coconut Grove
Located 1.6 miles away. Rate: ~$179
Located 1 mile away. Rate: ~$180
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