Join us at the Elevate Conference 2020

Paso Robles, CA—Central Coast
Date: June 16-17th, 2020

Join education thought leaders Pedro Noguera and Steve Ventura at Elevate 2020 in California’s beautiful Central Coast! During this two-day experiential conference, participants will learn how to create and maintain consistent implementation of the Achievement Teams Framework, while focusing on hot topics such as equity, collective teacher efficacy, assessment and data analysis, and more.

Collaborative protocols, like Data Teams and PLCs, have the very best intentions; however, the resolve to stay focused is challenged by many distractions throughout the year. Achievement Teams learn how to create greater clarity, focus, and collective efficacy by following a simple four-step process.

Achievement Teams are not designed to be difficult and time consuming; the sole purpose of collaboration is to be effective, while following protocols consistently.

Cost

Individual Registration
$595.00

Group Registration
$555.00 per person for teams of 5+

Included with Registration Fee

  • Conference Handouts
  • Certificate of Attendance indicating 14 professional development hours
  • Breakfast and lunch each conference day
  • Discounted hotel rates for the event
  • Opening Reception with cocktails on June 16th from 4:00-5:30 pm
  • BYOD: Bring your own device (laptop or tablet)

Audience

Elevate 2020 is designed for educators at all levels. We recommend participants attend with a team of colleagues to support future implementation and growth of your Achievement Teams.

This event is designed for both those implementing Achievement Teams and for those new to the process. The learning will be scaffolded for your level of understanding and teams at all points can benefit from the content provided.

Past attendees have included: School leadership, district leadership, teachers, instructional coaches, other administrators, PD leaders.

Agenda & Learning Objectives

This conference is solutions-based and addresses many of the common errors made when implementing PLCs, Data Teams, and Achievement Teams, including:

  1. Assessment and data analysis
  2. Instructional strategies and teacher practice
  3. Meaningful dialogue between pre- and post assessments
  4. Time management and consistent implementation

Through purposeful coaching and feedback, your Achievement Teams can be a part of an innovative, collaborative protocol that strengthens, energizes, and empowers you and your colleagues.

See the full agenda here!
Learning Objectives:

  • Deepen your understanding of school-wide strategies that promote achievement for all students
  • Determine the best ways site leaders and coaches can strengthen and support Achievement Teams
  • Learn coaching and feedback techniques to empower your Achievement Teams
  • Build a stronger understanding of collective efficacy and how to infuse it throughout your school

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