Join us for the Future-Focused Educators’ Summit, a Virtual Statewide AESD Opportunity

July 26-29, 2021

Summit Schedule

Monday, July 26th

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Specific Leadership Pathway session times TBD
Keynote Speakers:
Dr. Gholdy Muhammad
AWSL Student Panel

Tuesday, July 27th

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Specific Leadership Pathway session times TBD
Keynote Speaker:
Dr. Amber Strong Makaiau

4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Evening Reception – All participants
Keynote Speaker:
John Furniss

Wednesday, July 28th

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Specific session times TBD
Keynote Speakers:
Dr. Anthony Craig
AWSL Student Panel

Thursday, July 29th

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Specific session times TBD
Keynote Speakers:
Garett Talcott
Parfait Bassalé

Summit Topics

July 26-27: Leadership Pathway Topics

Sessions offered July 26 and 27 will be dedicated to focused strategic planning activities intended for administrators and school/district leaders. The following are subtopics with essential questions that each session administrators attend will work towards answering:

  • Materials and Curriculum: In the district and at each school (classroom) how are content, materials, and curriculum used with equitable, best practices to impact each students’ learning?
  • Leadership: How do we build and nurture our district/schools by actively participating in vision and goal setting activities and coordinating across district/schools/classroom for coherent objectives and outcomes?
  • Educator Capacity and Development: How can we intentionally prepare, support, and grow our administrators, educators and staff; so they are equipped to support and grow students?
  • Partner and Community: With a commitment to equity and diversity, how do we actively involve our stakeholders, educational partners, communities, and families?

July 28-29: Educators’ Pathway Topics

Sessions offered July 28 and 29 will be focused on learning for all educator roles, comprising these subtopics:

  • Learning Environments: How do we prepare, develop, connect, support, and empower each learner through the balance of learning environments across the system?
  • Instructional Practices: What educator moves can we embed in our practice to support our students, communities, and each other in order to disrupt and dismantle inequitable practices and systems so that ALL students achieve high levels?
  • Content-Specific Practices: What content-specific practices have leverage and longevity inside and outside of the classroom that best support our students’ growth?
  • Teacher Leadership: How do I advocate for and strengthen equitable practices and structures to transform systems?
  • Digital Tools: How can we purposefully and effectively integrate digital tools to impact learning and practice?

This event offers up to 15 STEM clock hours, as well as opportunities to connect, learn, and lead with colleagues around the state and beyond.

July 27: Evening Reception

In the evening of July 27, all educators are invited to an evening kickoff event.

Summit Partners

Association of Educational Service Districts
LMS Solutions
OSPI
Center for Strengthening the Teaching Profession
Association of Washington School Principals
Region 16