Camp CSTP 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 23-27, 2018, at the Rainbow Lodge in North Bend. Contingent sessions “Digging Into the Teacher Leadership Framework with an Equity Lens” and “Setting the Stage for High-Functioning PLCs” will each be offered twice during the week. Educators are strongly encouraged to attend both sessions to receive a discounted rate of $375 for both sessions.

Session I: Digging Into the Teacher Leadership Framework with an Equity Lens
July 23-24, 2018
Cost: $195.00
Clock Hours:
10
Includes:
Overnight lodging on July 23 at Rainbow Lodge, lunch, dinner and snacks on July 23, breakfast on July 24, and all session materials
Presenter: TBA
Description: Explore CSTP’s updated and improved Teacher Leadership Framework, which describes the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to be an effective teacher leader. During this session participants will explore the updated version of the Teacher Leadership Framework, which now includes equity as a sixth area all effective teacher leaders need in their toolbelt. They will analyze and reflect on their own strengths and create an action plan for their next steps on their leadership journey. Participants will leave this session with a solid foundation for understanding teacher leadership, as well as materials and activities they can use with colleagues and new teacher leadership opportunities to explore.
Registration: Coming soon!

Session II: Setting the Stage for High-Functioning PLCs
July 24-25, 2018
Cost: $195.00
Clock Hours:
10
Includes:
Overnight lodging on July 24 at Rainbow Lodge, lunch, dinner and snacks on July 24, breakfast on July 25, and all session materials
Presenter: TBA
Description: Effective PLCs start with developing relationships and structures to support adult learning. Participants will reflect on current PLCs and explore how to create and maintain a high functioning environment for professional learning. Building on CSTP’s Teacher Leadership Framework, participants will delve into this work from a case study perspective of a Washington school to learn about culture, risk-taking and impact on student learning. Teams of teachers and administrators are encouraged to attend together. Come ready to share PLC experiences, questions and dilemmas to practice learning from each other.
Registration: Coming soon!

Session III: Digging Into the Teacher Leadership Framework with an Equity Lens
July 25-26, 2018
Cost: $195.00
Clock Hours:
10
Includes:
Overnight lodging on July 25 at Rainbow Lodge, lunch, dinner and snacks on July 25, breakfast on July 26, and all session materials
Presenter: TBA
Description: Explore CSTP’s updated and improved Teacher Leadership Framework, which describes the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to be an effective teacher leader. During this session participants will explore the updated version of the Teacher Leadership Framework, which now includes equity as a sixth area all effective teacher leaders need in their toolbelt. They will analyze and reflect on their own strengths and create an action plan for their next steps on their leadership journey. Participants will leave this session with a solid foundation for understanding teacher leadership, as well as materials and activities they can use with colleagues and new teacher leadership opportunities to explore.
Registration: Coming soon!

Session IV: Setting the Stage for High-Functioning PLCs
July 26-27, 2018
Cost: $195.00
Clock Hours:
10
Includes:
Overnight lodging on July 26 at Rainbow Lodge, lunch, dinner and snacks on July 26, breakfast on July 27, and all session materials
Presenter: TBA
Description: Effective PLCs start with developing relationships and structures to support adult learning. Participants will reflect on current PLCs and explore how to create and maintain a high functioning environment for professional learning. Building on CSTP’s Teacher Leadership Framework, participants will delve into this work from a case study perspective of a Washington school to learn about culture, risk-taking and impact on student learning. Teams of teachers and administrators are encouraged to attend together. Come ready to share PLC experiences, questions and dilemmas to practice learning from each other.
Registration: Coming soon!

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.

Due to the exclusive nature of the retreat center, family members are unable to join participants overnight or during the meeting.