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School Leader Habits - Promoting Next Gen Teaching and Learning Models: Small Groups
Small shifts in your daily behavior can lead to big changes in your practice as a leader.

When these small shifts are tied to high impact teaching strategies like small group instruction or using content flexibly, you can deepen empathy for teachers while also being a model for them.

Through this webinar, join the Education Elements team as we explore concrete practices you can try to build your understanding of and ability to leverage small group instruction to better support teachers and students.

May 2, 2019 1:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Natalie Woods
Associate Partner @Education Elements
Small shifts in your daily behavior can lead to big changes in your practice as a leader. Natalie Woods is an Associate Partner on the Design and Implementation Team at Education Elements. Natalie has six years of high school teaching experience and was the collaborative team leader for the Economics and Personal Finance course at Fairfax High School, where she helped implement a new state-required course for graduation. Natalie was part of the Innovation Institute at Fairfax which supported the BYOD, bring your own device, initiative and worked with teachers to come up with new ideas and show them how to incorporate devices in the classroom. Natalie holds a B.A. in Communications with a Marketing Certificate from Saint Louis University and a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Lindenwood University.
Chris Summers
Associate Partner @Education Elements
Chris Summers is an Associate Partner on the Design and Implementation Team at Education Elements. Prior to coming to EE, he was the Director of Curriculum and Chief Academic Officer for a South Texas school district. He has been in education for 23 years including 5 years in central office, 12 years as a campus principal, and has taught at the elementary and secondary levels. His successful leadership led to him being selected for the Lexington Institute’s LELA Fellowship in 2015 and he was twice chosen to attend the Harvard Leadership Program: National Institute for Urban School Leaders and Improving Schools–The Art of Leadership. He was also selected as a 2013 HEB Excellence in Education State Semi-Finalist Elementary Principal. His work to build a multi-year teacher induction program in West Oso ISD led to the district being one of twelve recognized in the 2016 Texas School Business “Bragging Rights 2016-2017” issue highlighting innovative practices in education.