AMLE/HIDOE Leadership Summit
February 20, 2023
Hawaii Convention Center
HIDOE principals and central office professionals are invited to a special leadership summit on Monday, February 20. Take your leadership practice to the next level during an intimate afternoon with colleagues as we dive into essential middle level education concepts.
Space is limited. Those interested in attending should complete the form linked below and contact Lisa Nagamine.
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM | Opening General Session and Lunch
Responsive Capacity Building: What Makes Middle Level Education Special?
- Explore young adolescent development and neuroscience as a framework for why middle schoolers needs a unique approach
- Provide context on how the unique needs of middle schoolers are reflected in the roles of teachers, administrators, and central office.
12:40 PM – 1:40 PM | Breakout Session One
Healthy Habits, Healthy Schools: The Essential Attributes and Characteristics of Successful Middle Schools
- Option 1: Exploring the Essential Attributes and Characteristics of Successful Middle Schools from the viewpoint of New Principals/New to the Middle School Setting
- Option 2: Exploring the Essential Attributes and Characteristics of Successful Middle Schools from the viewpoint of the Veteran Middle School Principal
- Option 3: Exploring the Essential Attributes and Characteristics of Successful Middle Schools from the viewpoint of the Central Office Professionals
1:50 PM – 2:50 PM | Breakout Session Two
Digging Deeper into Key Middle School Model Concepts
- Option 1: Responsive Capacity Building through Teaming – Helping your Middle School Teachers be Most Effective in their Roles
- Option 2: Healthy Habits, Healthy Schools through Advisory – Building Relationships and Belonging as a Central Component of Middle School Culture
- Option 3: Action Oriented Data Decision Making – Using your Data to Drive Middle School Best Practices
3:00PM – 3:30 PM | Closing General Session
Tying it Together: Workforce Alignment
After debriefing the day, the faculty will tackle a final question: How do you get everyone on the same page?