#CampCSTP Summer Learning Sessions

North Bend 2

It’s never too soon to start making your summer time plans and we hope your plans include Camp CSTP! This week-long teacher leadership professional learning opportunity will take place July 17-20, 2017, at the Rainbow Lodge in North Bend. Three sessions will be offered during the week and teachers can pick and choose or attend the whole week. Register now at https://2017campcstp.eventbrite.com.

Session I: A Deeper Dive into Teacher Leadership: July 17 – 18 , 2017
Cost: $150.00
Clock Hours:
10
Includes:
Overnight lodging on July 17 at Rainbow Lodge, lunch, dinner and snacks on July 17, breakfast on July 18, and all session materials
Presenter: Lindsey Stevens, NBCT and Teacher in Sumner School District
Description: Explore CSTP’s Teacher Leadership Framework — the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to be an effective teacher leader. Spend time crafting what your teacher leadership journey might be as you emerge with a strong foundation in teacher leadership.
Registration: https://2017campcstp.eventbrite.com

Session II: Creating Powerful PLCs July 18 – 19, 2017
Cost: $150.00
Clock Hours:
10
Includes:
Overnight lodging on July 18 at Rainbow Lodge, lunch, dinner and snacks on July 18, breakfast on July 19, and all session materials
Presenter: Karen Remy-Anderson, current Executive Director of Student Support Services (former Principal of River Ridge High School) and NBCT Jami Gore, Math Program Leader at River Ridge High School
Description: Struggling with getting your PLC to function well? Are you seeking to move your PLC beyond being a “who-needs-more-expo-markers” meeting? Need time, space and some coaching to give your PLC a boost?

Join us at Rainbow Lodge in North Bend on July 18-19, 2017, for a 2-day retreat to dive more deeply into creating high functioning PLCs in your school. Special guests Karen Remy-Anderson, current Executive Director of Student Support Services (former Principal of River Ridge High School) and NBCT Jami Gore, Math Program Leader at River Ridge High School will provide concrete ideas that have worked for their PLCs and provide guidance around moving a PLC from data-driven compliance to data-informed, authentic teacher learning.

Participants will receive:

  • Ideas for scaffolding productive collegial relationships
  • Coaching from experienced PLC leaders and administrators
  • Practice in utilizing skills for working with adult learners and working with teams

Registration: https://2017campcstp.eventbrite.com

New! Session III: Writers’ Retreat: July 19 – 20, 2017
Cost: $150.00
Clock Hours:
10
Includes:
Overnight lodging on July 19 at Rainbow Lodge, lunch, dinner and snacks on July 19, breakfast on July 20, and all session materials
Presenter: Karen Remy-Anderson, current Executive Director of Student Support Services (former Principal of River Ridge High School) and NBCT Jami Gore, Math Program Leader at River Ridge High School
Description: Struggling with getting your PLC to function well? Are you seeking to move your PLC beyond being a “who-needs-more-expo-markers” meeting? Need time, space and some coaching to give your PLC a boost?

Join us at Rainbow Lodge in North Bend on July 19-20, 2017, for a 2-day retreat to dive more deeply into creating high functioning PLCs in your school. Special guests Karen Remy-Anderson, current Executive Director of Student Support Services (former Principal of River Ridge High School) and NBCT Jami Gore, Math Program Leader at River Ridge High School will provide concrete ideas that have worked for their PLCs and provide guidance around moving a PLC from data-driven compliance to data-informed, authentic teacher learning.

Participants will receive:

  • Ideas for scaffolding productive collegial relationships
  • Coaching from experienced PLC leaders and administrators
  • Practice in utilizing skills for working with adult learners and working with teams

Registration: https://2017campcstp.eventbrite.com

About Rainbow Lodge:
Rainbow Lodge is a rustic retreat center nestled in the mountains in North Bend, WA. Each attendee receives their own sleeping room with a washing sink; however, mens’ and women’s restrooms with showers are shared. Coffee, tea, water, soda and snacks are available 24 hours during your stay.