Collaborative Leadership: Transforming K-12 Teaching & Learning

Program starts on December 11, 2019. 

A year-long advanced leadership certificate to personalize student learning by integrating pedagogy, implementation science, and technology. 

Upon completion of this workshop you will have the skills necessary to:

  • Identify and implement ways to improve teaching and learning with in your district
  • Create collaborative leadership teams to move forward in a purposeful way to improve teaching and learning
  • Apply the tools and technologies needed to engage students in relevant quality instruction and learning
  • Integrate technology wisely to transform district environments to support personalized learning for all students
  • Align necessary technologies with instructional goals to support teaching and learning

For more information, contact Dr. Rosemary Gornik at rgornik@kent.edu.

 

Registration

Register Today!

Please Note:

  • Registration must be completed by your school district on behalf of the team members taking the workshop. 
    • For groups of more than 5 individuals, please contact Dr. Dr. Rosemary Gornik at rgornik@kent.edu.
  • Registration payment should be in the form of a purchase order through the school district.
    • If you need to pay in a form other than a purchase order, please contact Judi Cash at 330-672-8670 or jcash11@kent.edu.

For questions, contact Dr. Rosemary Gornik at rgornik@kent.edu.

Workshop Developer - Dr. Rosemary Gornik

Workshop Developer: Rosemary Gornik, Ph.D.

Kent State University Rosemary GornikDr. Gornik has expertise in developing and implementing new strategies to enhance education programs, with skills in designing and implementing school reform initiatives, anticipating evolution, and implementing change. She has success in motivating, empowering, and leading others, and the ability to establish and maintain long-term collaborative relationships with schools and community representatives..

Instructor - Dr. Mandy Cenker

Instructor: Mandy Cenker, Ph.D.

Kent State University Mandy CenkerDr. Cenker has experience working in special education, curriculum development assessment and teacher/administrator professional development. As a former intervention specialist, her interests include the transitioning of students with disabilities to higher education, in addition to, assessment in higher education, P-20 curriculum development and professional development implementation.