Virtual Principals' Collaborative Community

Build your network, virtually meet with other principals in the area and gain valuable insight and tips at the Principals’ Collaborative Community! This exciting opportunity is available for all K-12 principals across the nation. It includes monthly virtual meetings with expert speakers, resources and more – at no cost to you! Choose the dates that are most convenient and register below.

For more information on customized onsite professional development sessions at your school, as well as GCU-based learning opportunities and events for staff, administrators and educators, visit gcu.edu/CanyonPD.

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2021 Events

Topics vary, and all virtual meetings will be held from noon - 1 pm AZ Time. Participation in the Principals' Collaborative Community is free.

Dates

Building Relationships in Unusual Times: Tips and Tricks for K-12 School Administrators

The 2020-21 school year has been full of unusual twists and turns, which have made building strong relationships with teachers and students more challenging than ever. Join us for this discussion about strategies for building relationships and learn how to reset practices for the new year. Whether your school is fully online, hybrid or in-person, you will benefit from the strategies shared and the conversation with other K-12 principals.

Developing a System to Support School-Wide Interventions

Now is the time to begin planning intervention and differentiation systems for next year. Join our expert as we delve into the decision-making processes that need to be put into place to fully support diverse learner needs. We will explore issues from master scheduling, to data collection, to professional development. Advance planning is the key!

Cancel the Complaints and Negate the Negativity

Join this discussion about strategies to improve teacher and student morale. Our expert will share strategies and you will have the opportunity to hear from each other. So, come prepared to share your successes and to seek solutions to implement over the summer and into next school year. No matter your learning situation, online, hybrid or in-person, you will learn strategies that work in asynchronous and synchronous settings to bump up morale.

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