KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

With limited time available, in-house trainings are often the most efficient use of a district’s professional development resources. Eliminating costs associated with conference attendance such as travel and substitute coverage provides schools with increased budgetary and scheduling flexibility. This ensures that all staff members receive the desired content, training and insight to strengthen their practice. CASDA’s stable of experts in all areas of instruction and leadership are capable of giving precise, relevant keynote presentations on the diverse issues facing educators today.

OUR APPROACH

CASDA works with district and building leaders to identify faculty members whose expertise best fits the goals and agenda of a particular professional development session. Faculty members develop a thorough, thoughtful presentation on the subject and are prepared to answer any questions posed by participants. Educators are certain to emerge from these sessions with the knowledge and skills to strengthen their practice and better serve the school community. Keynote presentations address any issue covered by CASDA’s Functional Service Teams including, but not limited to:
 

  • Data Analysis and the Common Core Learning Standards

  • Educational Technology Devices and Programming

  • Instructional Strategies

  • Student Poverty

  • Teacher Leadership

  • Professional Learning Communities
     

Benefits


Keynote addresses from CASDA’s stable of experts are a cost and time efficient means of delivering the latest research and best practices to instructors and staff. These fully customizable presentations provide focused content that empowers educators to better serve their schools.


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518.442.5045
University at Albany 
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Albany, NY 12222  

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