Breakthrough Strategies for Schoolwide Literacy Success
WASCD is proud to co-sponsor this engaging and interactive event. Regie Routman joins Wisconsin in supporting school leaders on November 11, 2014 in Madison.Read More
2014 Fall Conference
This year’s theme, “Leading Transformational Change,” will focus on best practices and innovations in teaching and learning, including, keynote speaker Heidi Hayes Jacobs, 28 sectional presentations, and networking with other educational professionals. This year’s conference is available for 1 or 2 Graduate Credits. Learn more.Read More
Grading and Reporting for Learning
How confident are you that the grades students get in your classroom, school or district are consistent, accurate, meaningful and supportive of learning? This program will provide a ‘repair kit’ of strategies that can be sued to fix the broken gradesRead More
Wisconsin ASCD New Directors of Curriculum Program 2014-15
Curriculum directors play a pivotal role in every district. The Director of Curriculum and Instruction (or Director of Teaching and Learning, or Chief Academic Officer, etc.) assumes responsibility for and provides leadership to district teams in the ongoing development and improvement of the entire instructional program of the district. Broad areas of leadership and oversight include curriculum, instruction, assessment, technology, federal title grants, RtI steering team, gifted & talented education, teacher induction/mentor program, and professional development program.
A new or relatively new director of instruction or person recently assigned with curriculum and instruction duties may find the tasks and responsibilities overwhelming. Whether you are new to the role or have taken on new leadership responsibilities, we invite you to join the WASCD
New Directors program to become part of the network of professionals dedicated to improving curriculum, instruction and assessment in the state of Wisconsin. We have designed the program with elements that make it just-in-time, meaningful and personal.