Another Look: One Day PD Workshop - CANCELLED

June 27, 2018
8:15 AM - 3:00 PM
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Monarch Academy Annapolis
2000 Capital Drive
Annapolis, MD 21401
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maesp presents

Another Look: 

a one day professional workshop for principals, assistant principals and teacher leaders



  June 27  


Monarch Academy Annapolis

2000 Capital Drive

Annapolis MD 21401


A day to connect with colleagues and a day for learning for summer reflection and action! 


Danny Carlson, NAESP

Danny is The National Association of Elementary School Principals'  Assistant Executive Director, Policy, Advocacy, and Special Projects. Danny Carlson’s 10 years of pre-K–12 policy experience at federal, state, and district levels helps reinforce NAESP’s mission to lead in the advocacy and support for elementary and middle-level principals and other education leaders in their commitment for all children. 


Wanda Gray, Crayola and the Arts

Explore Crayola’s unique approach to reimagining the role of teaching and learning.  We will address creative leadership development  and how to build creative capacity school-wide and teach 21st century skills.  This approach to PD and project based learning drives creativity, builds capacity and deepens collaboration to help shape a creative collaborative school culture and increase academic achievement through the application of art based strategies.


Brian Eyer, Leadership Development Specialist MSDE

Maryland's PSEL Rubric -  

The Office of Leadership Development and School Improvement in collaboration with stakeholders developed a rubric to support principal evaluations. The purpose of the rubric is to inform professional learning experiences for principals that will elevate their professional practice by identifying areas of promise and opportunities for growth within in each standard. The rubric provides a common language and clear expectations of a highly effective, effective, developing, and ineffective school leader.  (MSDE Website)


Chuck Smith, Horace Mann -   

Information for all - principals, assistant principals and teachers leaders!

How to utilize to support your classrooms


Jenny Ruppenthal, Principal Washington County Public Schools

Journey to Become Trauma Informed -

Today students often arrive to us with many behaviors and symptoms of trauma.   Are you and your staff dealing with students who sometimes “flip their lids”?  Are you and your staff responding or reacting? Find out how one  school has been on a journey to become a Trauma-Informed school.

Participants will learn how to respond to trauma students and maintain a caring and safe environment.


Ed Consentino, EdCamp


Judy Walker,  Early Childhood 



Join Us - End of school year special:

One registration fee for both MAESP members and non-members -

$75.00  includes all sessions, a continental breakfast and lunch.  


Register Here - Credit card payment or Check (Check must be received by June 18th)


Contact Blaine Hawley if any questions.