AIE PRE-CONFERENCE

A Field Experience for School Leaders

November 12, 2018

Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
San Antonio, TX
REGISTER FOR THE AIE PRE-CONFERENCE

This is not your typical pre-conference. Yes, we have amazing speakers that will motivate you, but that's not enough for us! The AIE Pre-Conference is available to current and aspiring principals. You will hear from practicing principals advancing education and transforming schools. Be prepared to walk away with real ways to become a better principal. Also, don't plan on sitting down all day, you are going to visit local principals on their campuses!


Pre-Conference Speakers


HAMISH BREWER

Title I Principal
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Anna Warren

Principal Coach
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Dr. Melissa Alcala

Principal
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Todd Bloomer

Principal
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John Hinds

Principal
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CONNECT · COLLABORATE · TRANSFORM

We are providing a new take on principal collaboration. Our goal is to give you strategies to help transform your school.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Learn to Craft School Culture From a Master

Anna Warren, principal coach extraordinaire and co-creator of Advancing Educational Leadership (AEL), will be joining us to start our day. Anna will lead us through an advanced skills workshop-this will not be your usual icebreakers or team building activities! Every participant will leave with firsthand knowledge of how to create an engaged community of learners, and tools to recreate the work back on campus.


Mid-Afternoon Field Trip

We have some local San Antonio principals ready for you to visit their campuses. Learn from some of the best and listen to them share how they are making incredible gains.

Diploma

High School Trip

Dr. Melissa Alcala
CAST Tech High School

Pencil Light Bulb

Middle School Trip

Todd Bloomer
Bradley Middle School

Back Pack

Elementary Trip

John Hinds
Walzem Elementary


Ending With Keynote Hamish Brewer

Hamish Brewer is a born motivator. The New Zealander with an infectious energy served as principal of Occoquan Elementary near Washington D.C., a Title I school serving a large low-income and immigrant community. His unique leadership approach turned Occoquan from a struggling school with sagging test scores into one of the best schools in the state.


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