Elementary Schedule Design to Promote Student Learning 

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

8:30 am - 3:00 pm 

Registration: 8:00 am

Cost: $120 per person for members/$240 per person for non-members

***Participants will receive 6 hours of CTLE credit*** 

UAlbany Health Sciences Campus 

Competing interests often make the creation of the building schedule a challenging task. Learn how to place your students’ needs at the center of the process to balance priorities and reach school goals.

 

During this conference you will experience a process of schedule development that you may use with your own team, learn ways to use student data to inform scheduling decisions and consider a wide range of perspectives that impact student learning.

Learning Objectives:

Participants will have the
opportunity to:

  •  Learn a team process approach to elementary schedule design.

  •  Raise awareness of the purposes, considerations and priorities of scheduling.

  •  Understand the ways in which the master schedule design promotes student learning and supports school     and district goals.

  •  Understand how to use student data to match staffing with instructional needs.

  •  Identify change ideas for implementation in your school.

Bring a copy of your current building schedule and an electronic template for your 2018-19 school yar schedule. 

Conference Presenters 

Deborah Shea, Ed.D., CASDA Faculty

Betsy Smith, CASDA Faculty

Contact Us:

Visit Us:

Get Social With Us:

  • White Facebook Icon
  • White Twitter Icon
  • White Instagram Icon
  • White YouTube Icon
  • White LinkedIn Icon
518.442.5045
University at Albany 
1400 Washington Ave
Catskill B27
Albany, NY 12222  

© 2020 Capital Area School Development Association