ABEL Leadership Summit will explore effective, collaborative learning cultures
The Advanced Broadband Enabled Learning (ABEL) program at York University will host its fourth annual Leadership Summit on Friday April 19. This year’s theme is Visible Leadership.
The summit will bring together education leaders (administrators, superintendents, principals, deans, faculty, teacher-leaders), private and not-for-profit sector leaders to discuss the changes needed to achieve effective and efficient collaborative learning cultures.
Join facilitators Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach, co-founder and CEO, Powerful Learning Practice, and Lisa Neale, principal of Ancaster Senior Public School and Systems Learning Commons, Hamilton Wentworth District School Board, to explore goals and beliefs about visible leadership and being a connected educator.
Participants will also develop strategies to transform the learning environments for students, teachers and educational leaders and leverage online tools for effective communication and collaboration.
After the event, the learning continues with two webinars – Visible and Transformative Leadership on April 25 at 12pm, and Connected and Collaborative Leadership on May 2 at 4pm.
To learn more or to register, visit the Visible Leadership Summit website.
As part of the Professional Learning Program, ABEL offers two face-to-face conferences every year – the Leadership Summit and the ABEL Summer Institute. To learn more, visit the ABEL website.