OSU TeleEd Echo
Sep 17, 2018

A PARTNERSHIP OF OSU CENTER FOR HEALTH SCIENCES AND OSU-TULSA

 

 

Moving knowledge, not students and educators

Through technology-enabled collaborative learning, ECHO builds capacity and creates access to high-quality professional learning throughout Oklahoma.

 

 

TeleED ECHO launching September 25, 2018
Sessions are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday's from Noon to 1:00 pm.
Registration is required

 

 

 

 

Hub and Spoke knowledge sharing networks create a learning loop:

  • Educators learn from experts.
  • Educators learn from each other.
  • Experts learn from educators as best practices emerge. 

 

Transforming Education in Oklahoma

Creates Virtual Learning Communities
Educators in rural and isolated schools can regularly receive and share effective practices and present their most complex challenges where all teach and all learn. 

Oklahoma State University's TeleED ECHO in the news!

 

 

Meet our TeleED ECHO team

 

Ed Harris, Ph.D
Professor and Williams Chair of Educational Leadership, Administrator for the Brock International Prize in Education.

 

Kathy Curry, Ed.D
Associate Professor of Educational Leadership

 

April Grace, Ed.D
Superintendent of Shawnee Public Schools

 

Don Raleigh, Ed.D
Superintendent of Pryor Public Schools

 

Sara Rich, Ph,D
Clinical Assistant Professor, Certified School Psychologist

 

and Andrea Castañeda 
Chief Innovation Officer, Tulsa Public Schools Design Lab and Innovation

 

Didactic Topics Include:

  • Cultivating a Positive School Culture
  • Successful Bond Campaigns
  • Teacher Motivation
  • Thinking Systematically
  • Smart Budgeting
  • Developing a Team
  • Parent/Family Engagement
  • Building Community
  • Leadership in Changing Times
  • School Safety
  • Teacher Retention/Recruitment
  • Work/Life Balance
  • Managing Conflict

 

 

 

Project ECHO is enhancing medical knowledge in rural Oklahoma to improve rural health

 

For more information about Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences' Project ECHO, visit health.okstate.edu/echo