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ISACS will post resources from recent conferences, workshops and learning bridge webinars as they become available. If you are looking for a past resource and do not see it posted on the website, please contact us.
 
2014 aCADEMY FOR DIVISION HEADS

We hope you enjoyed ISACS' 2014 Academy for Division Heads at the Hotel Palomar in Chicago, IL.

To date, we have received the following speaker handouts and other links to resources. They are listed alphabetically by presenter. 

Jennifer Abrams

Rosetta Lee
Click on the following link for the Academy for Division Head's website: https://sites.google.com/site/sgsprofessionaloutreach/isacs-division-heads-ccc

George Wu
Click here for his presentation, Making More Effective Decisions
 

2014 Heads CONFERENCE

We hope you enjoyed ISACS' 2014 Head Conference at the Swissotel in Chicago, IL.

To date, we have received the following speaker handouts and other links to resources. They are listed alphabetically by presenter. Please check back periodically as we will continue adding handouts as they are received.

Paul Chapman, Inverness Associates

  • Click here for his presentation, The Head's Perspective on Green Schools
  • Click here for this handout, The Green School's Report

Jane & Jim Hulbert, The Jane Group
Click here for their presentation, The Head's Perspective on Communications in a Crisis: Before, During & After a Crisis.

Jeff Sheilds, National Business Officers Association (NBOA)

  • Click here for his presentation, The Head's Perspective on Indepent School Business Operations
  • Click Here for the NBOA 2014 Operating Expenses Sheet
  • Click here for the Need Based Aid Metrics Form

If you have any questions, please call the ISACS office at 312-750-1190.
 

2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

We hope you enjoyed ISACS' 2013 Annual Conference, New Ways to Teach, New Ways to Learn

To date, we have received the following speaker handouts and other links to resources. They are listed alphabetically by presenter. Please check back periodically as we will continue adding handouts as they are received.

If you have any questions, please call the ISACS office at 312-750-1190.

Leo Athas
Click here for notes from his presentation, What Every Teacher Should Know & Never Say.

Tim Corkran
Click here for his presentation, Backwards Design for Skill Mastery in the Middle Grades.

Charles & Helena Debelak

Ellie Des Prez & Seth Hurwitz
Click for notes and resources from their presentation,  Muse and Music:  Speaking, Listening, and Meaning in Poetry.

John Farber
Click here for his presentation, Let's Make It Work: Exploring Different Financial Models for Independent Schools.

Carla Federman & Chris Rhodes
From their presentation, The Updated History Classroom: Thematic & Tech-Integrated:

Hal Gregersen
Click here to access his keynote presentation, The Innovator's DNA: Five Skills for Positive Change.

Stephanie Harman
Click here for her presentation, iPads in the 21st Century Classroom: It's Not About the Apps!

Lisa Hendrickson & Chris Everett
Click for their presentation, Using Research to Create/Refine Your Brand.

JJ Kahle & Erin Adams
Click for their presentation, If You Build It, They Will Come Out!

Ann Kullenberg & Sarah Merwin
Click here for their presentation, WeBWorK Demonstration Workshop.

Amy Landry & Lisa Harrison
Click here for their presentation, What Would John Dewey Do with an iPad.

Jamie Lassman & Chuck Baldecchi
Click for their presentation, Teaching to the Test and Proud of It.

Jaime Lassman & Annie Hogate

  • Click here for their presentation, What 3rd Grade Teachers Can Learn from 7th Grade Students.
  • Click here for topics discussed in their presentation.

Rosetta Lee

  • Click here for her presentation, Sugar & Spice But Not Always Nice: Gender, Bias and Aggression in Girls.
  • Click here for her presentation, What Boys and Girls Are Made Of: Healthy Gender and Sexual Identity.
  • Click here for her presentation, What I Said and What I Meant: Cross Cultural Communication.

Timothy Leet & Stefan Farrenkopf
Click here for their presentation, Maximizing Academic Integrity in Your School.

Timothy Leet & Cory Izokaitis
Click for their presentation, Building a Customized, Purposeful pK-12 Ethics & Character.

Suniya Luthar
Click here for her webpage with links and resources.

Matthew Mahaffey
Click for his presentation, Mapping What You Are Reading.

Todd Martin & Laura Miller
Click here for their presentation, Transforming Teaching and Learning with iPads.

Marie Michael & Kamie Page

  • Click here for 2nd Grade Lessons on Racial Identity.
  • Click here for a Google page of Resources on Positive Racial Identity for Educators and Parents.
  • Click here for their presentation, Teaching about Racial Identity in Lower School.

MICDS Counseling Team: Kara Friedman, David Hotaling, Ashley O'Toole & Vicki Thurman
Click here for their presentation, Independent School Parent Partnerships: New Ways to Partner for Success.

Adam Moreno

Jackson Radish

  • Click to read A Roman Incident.
  • Click here to view the video, Gorilla Suits and Non-Trans Cereal, shown during his presentation.
  • Click here for a booklist: YA Literature for Trans*Youth.

Rosalia Emanuel Schultz
Click here for her presentation, Children, Music, and Technology . . . A Perfect Harmony.

Erik & Meaghan Taylor
Click here for their presentation, From STEM to STEAM: A Collaboration Towards Innovation.

Tex Tourais
Click here for supplemental materials related to his presentation, Rethinking Film.

Katie Voss & Christopher Rappleye
Click here for their presentation, BOOM: The Brain Owner's Operating Manual.

David Walsh

  • Click here for his presentation, The Brain Goes to School.
  • Click here for his presentation, Gearing Up: Fostering Executive Function in Students.
  • Click here for his presentation, iBrains: Children, Youth and Technology.
  • Click here for his presentation, Why Do They Act That Way?
  • Click to visit his website, www.drdavewalsh.com.
  • To join his email list, click here to complete the form.

Natalya Zielnicki
Click here for her presentation, What I Learned from Art About Teaching Math.
 

2013 DIVERSITY SUMMIT
Presenter resources from the 2013 Diversity Summit, March 8 & 9, are below.

Samuel Betances

  • Click here for The New York Times article, "Admitted, but Left Out."
  • Click here to view his powerpoint presentation.
  • Click here for "From Assimilation to Inclusion: How White Educators and Educators of Color Can Make Diversity Work" by Michael Brosnan

Elizabeth Denevi & Mariama Richards

  • Click here for their powerpoint presentation.
  • Click here for an Education Week article and videos, "Teaching Tolerance Honors Culturally Responsive Teaching Award Winners."

Click below for diversity resources and bibliographies for the following:

For additional resources found on Georgetown Day School's website, click here.

Rosetta Lee
Click below to access her presentations on:

PRE-CONFERENCE RESOURCES FOR THE DIVERSITY SUMMIT – MARCH 8 -9, 2013
Below please find suggested pre-conference resources for the ISACS Diversity Summit.

 
2013 academy for division heads
Presenter resources from the Academy are below.
 
Jennifer Abrams
For more information on Jennifer Abram’s work, including how to order her book, visit: http://www.jenniferabrams.com

On her website, you can also enter your email address to subscribe to her Voice Lessons e-newsletter.

Jill Webb
Click for her presentation What We Know About New Teachers.
 
2013 Heads of School Conference
Presenter resources from the Heads of School Conference are below.
 
Patrick Bassett
Click for his presentation Governance from the Head's Perspective.
 
Instructions to view Pat's presentation
For NAIS Schools - log in to the NAIS website and then download the powerpoint from the link.
For non-NAIS Schools - please email NAIS membership director Vivian Dandridge-Charles at Charles@nais.org to request a PDF version of the Powerpoint.
 
Claudia Daggett
Click here for her presentation The Evolving Role of the Head of School.
Click here for her presentation Women, Men and School Leadership.
 
Peter Kraft
Click for his presentation from The Head's Perspective on Innovation.
 
Michael Nachbar
For a copy of his presentation from The Head's Perspective on Online Learning, please contact the ISACS office at 312-255-1244 or email info@isacs.org.  ISACS staff will forward a copy of the PPT directly to you.
 
Rich Nourie
Click here to view his presentation The Head's Perspective on Diversity.
 
Jill Webb
Click here for her presentation The Head's Perspective on Professional Development.
 






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