Tentative Agenda

Sunday, July 22, 2018

3:00 - 6:00 pm Registration - Hotel Lobby


5:00 - 7:00 pm          Welcome Reception - Lakeside Room

 

Monday, July 23, 2018

7:30 - 9:30 am Registration - Hotel Lobby


7:15 - 8:00 am Breakfast (provided) - Harbor Room


8:00 - 8:15 am Welcome - Harbor Room


8:15 - 9:45 am First General Session - Harbor Room
  Keynote Speaker:  Beth Ziesenis
A Day in the Life of a Nerdy School Secretary
So many apps...  so little time.  How can you put technology at your fingertips together to make your life easier at work and at home?  This fast-moving, laugh-filled session takes you hour by hour through the day in the life of a tech-savvy professional.  You'll learn how a professional nerd solves a security crisis before 10 AM, learns to make more of a lunch hours with a set of virtual hands, saves money on software before the staff meeting and brings the team together online before the day is done.

Understand how technology fits into every part of your day.

Learn about technology systems that streamline projects and tasks.

Get a vision for how the technology in your toolbox can work together.


9:45 - 10: 00 am Break


10:00 - 11: 30 am EdCamp EOP - Harbor Room
Unlike traditional presentations where content is pre-determined, EdCamp participants generate the topics for focus during the session, with one individual facilitation the discussion.  The format works beautifully to create a session focused on your interests and needs.  Participants choose 2 or 3 focus areas.  EdCamps are a great way to get energized around topics of interest and result in a session focused on the needs and interests of those who attend.


11:30 am - 12:15 pm    Lunch (provided)  - Harbor Room


12:20 - 1:35 pm Breakout Sessions:

FERPA and Related Issues for School Personnel- Gravois Room
Conflict De-escalation:  Minimizing Confrontations with Students - Grand Glaize Room
Secret Tech Weapons for School Office Personnel- Harbor Room
         
On the Front Line - Osage Room


1:40 - 2:55 pm Breakout Sessions:

FERPA and Related Issues for School Personnel- Gravois Room
Conflict De-escalation:  Minimizing Confrontations with Students - Grand Glaize Room
Unstacking the Deck:  How Educational Office Professionals Connect with All Families- Harbor Room
         
On the Front Line - Osage Room


3:00 - 4:30 pm Second General Session - Harbor Room
  Vaughn Baker - Strategos International
           WHEN LOCKDOWN FAILS - Active Shooter Response for School Personnel

This presentation is designed to provide an overview to bridge the gap between responding officers and school faculty, administration and other school personnel in an active shooter situation.  The course is designed to assist school personnel in their ability to:  prevent, report, and protect themselves and their students from an active shooter during the critical moments while waiting for a police presence to arrive and what to expect from the officers once they on scene.

Presentation will provide an overview and historical examination of active shooters; an examination of lessons learned; Behavioral pre-cursors; threat assessment; school lockdowns; what to do when a lockdown fails and rapid deployment response by law enforcement personnel.  Achieving "Lockdown" without locks and utilizing only gross motor skills.


Dinner - On Your Own

 

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

7:15 - 8:00 am Breakfast - Harbor Room

8:00 - 9:30 am Third General Session - Harbor Room 
Raymore Peculiar Administrators
        Trauma Sensitive Schools:  How Trauma Impacts the Brain & Strategies to Support Students

Many students in our schools have experienced trauma in their lives, and the impact this can have upon the developing brain is significant.  As front line staff members, we see the effects of this daily, namely the rising number of students who walk through our doors demonstrating social, emotional, behavioral, and academic challenges today.  This session will help participants better understand the effects that trauma can have upon the developing brain, what impact that has upon learning and behavior, and how we as adults can respond in helpful, trauma-sensitive ways to support the students we serve


9:30 - 10: 00 am Break


10:00  - 11:00 am Closing General Session - Harbor Room
  Heather Ryan
    Harnessing the Power of Your Inner Superhero

We all make snap judgments of people based on their physical appearance, their position in a company, where they live, etc.  This often seems like a negative, but it doesn't have to.  We can use these stereotypes and judgments to our advantage, disrupting preconceived notions and challenging common stereotypes.  Through the process we learn how to be more effective communicators and leaders.


11:00 - 11:30 am          Door Prizes and Adjournment

 

Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals
3550 Amazonas Drive
Jefferson City, MO  65109

Phone: 573-638-2460
Fax:  573-556-6270
maesp@maesp.com

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