Penn GSE | Mid-Career

 

News from MCDPEL

Mid-Career alum Stephen Bournes presented his research at the 2018 National NABSE Conference in Baltimore, MD. Mr. Bournes’s topic was Transforming the Underperforming: Principal Perceptions of Support in Turnaround Schools.

This groundbreaking volume encourages today’s educational leaders to reposition the way they think about leadership and its challenges. Experienced school and district leaders reveal how they conceptualize their roles; how they learn by posing and solving problems of practice; and how they cope with increasing expectations and complexity in their work.

Dale Schmid will be honored at the  2018 National Dance Education Organization National Conference in San Diego, CAThis award is presented to individuals who have made vital contributions to the dance education field.

Mid-Career Alum Sherry Coleman was selected as a partner for Storbeck/Pimentel.

Dr. Coleman will expand the independent focus at Storbeck/Pimentel.

Mid-Career Director Michael Johanek spoke with The New York Times about Edcamps, a form of teacher professional development that is run by the teachers themselves, in contrast to mandatory packaged professional development delivered by outside experts.

Mid-Career alum Dennis O’Hara was awarded the prestigious Dr. Effie Jones Humanitarian Award at the AASA’s National Conference on Education, Feb 15-17 in Nashville, TN. O’Hara is the superintendent of Hauppage Public Schools in Hauppauge, NY. 

Mid-career alum Brandon Wiley presented two workshops at ASCD Empower 18: The Conference for Every Educator, held March 24-26 in Boston, MA.

Mid-Career alums Gene Batiste, Raymond Yu, Ira Brown, and T. J. Locke presented at the annual conference of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), March 7-9 in Atlanta, GA.  

Mid-Career alum Sam Fragomeni was appointed Head of School of Annunciation Orthodox School in Houston, TX. He brings experience as chief academic officer of Explore Schools in Brooklyn, NY.

Several Mid-Career students will present at the upcoming annual conference of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), March 7-9 in Atlanta, GA. The theme of this year’s conference is The Leadership Journey: Guides, Pathways, and Possibilities. 

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