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The association for administrators, district superintendents, principals, assistant principals, supervisors and those who support the public schools of Florida.


FASA is pleased to present another series of great webinars and to provide professional development for administrators that requires no travel. The webinars we are hosting are proven sessions that received outstanding reviews at a past FASA Summer Conference by Florida administrators. Many of you requested a full schedule at the beginning of the year so you can start planning which sessions you will to attend and reserving the time on your calendars. You can even plan to sit with your team and watch the webinar together. Check out these great topics and register today!

FASA Members: $25
Non-Members: $39
Additional Leaders: $19

September 4 at 4:00 p.m. (EST)

The 20 Mile March to a Successful Florida Standards Implementation
This session will demonstrate a plan used by Lost Lake Elementary that can be duplicated for rolling out the FL Standards. The model is based on the principles of Jim Collins book Great by Choice. These principals include the "20 Mile March" to success with mile markers for successful implementation, developing goals and non-negotiables, being consistent and staying the course, including training, extensive preparation and a timeline for effective implementation. Using Collins' triad a school can be successful in teaching and learning using the Florida Standards.
Speakers: Principal Rhonda Hunt, Assistant Principal Chad Frazier and Literacy Coach Susan Emrick of Lake County Schools
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October 9 at 4:00 p.m. (EST)

Prevent Marzano Madness: How to infuse Dr. Marzano's research based strategies into your school
This session outlines a prescription on how administrators can effectively manage coaching teachers, conducting observations, running the school, AND maintaining sanity. Participants will gain insight on how one principal got out from behind her desk in order to effectively implement Dr. Marzano’s evaluation system while still meeting school operational demands.
Speaker: Principal Mary Hool of Orange County Schools
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November 6 at 4:00 p.m. (EST)

Florida Standards Practicality for Teachers Makes Learning Meaningful
Presenters will share their practical approach for enhancing rigorous learning expectations for all students. Results over two years indicate that this systematic process for planning and implementing instruction simplifies teachers’ work, increases collaboration and ownership, and makes learning more accessible and more meaningful to all students.
Speakers: Professor of Educational Leadership Rose Taylor of UCF and Principal Mark Shanoff of Orange County
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December 11 at 4:00 p.m. (EST)

Build a Foundation of Achievement Through Student Learning
Based on Stephen R. Covey's best selling book, "The Leader in Me", this session highlights schools across the globe that have incorporated "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" and other leadership tools into their everyday curriculum. These schools have experienced the following great results: Students who have the skills and self confidence to become leaders in the 21st century; decreased discipline referrals; improved academic achievement; increased levels of accountability and engagement among staff; greater satisfaction and involvement among parents. This session will help participants begin the formulation of a vision on what a Culture of Leadership can add to their schools.
Speakers: Principal Elizabeth Wierda and Principal Edie Jarrell of St. Johns County Schools
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Professional Development Days

FASA is working with 20 districts across the state to bring one-day mini conferences to administrators locally. Watch for more information coming soon.











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