Early Career Superintendent Deep Dive
This meeting targets second - fifth year superintendents. The format is a collaborative zoom utilizing three breakout sessions. The session topics will be led by an OASA staff person or experienced school leader. This is a DISCUSSION workshop not a presentation. Staff will give ideas, but this is a chance to hear from your peers. You may participate in any or all of the breakouts.
New Principals Academy Program
The New Principals Assistance Program format provides you with a “support group” in these early critical years of your career. This is an outstanding program that provides solutions to the frustration and the conflicts that develop in the principalship effectively bridging the theoretical/practical gap.
CCOSA in partnership with the Oklahoma State Department of Education provides all of the professional development/required activities for first year superintendents.
Principal Coaching and Mentoring: Sustaining and Supporting School Principals
Designed to provide tools for individuals that supervise principals or individuals that mentor other principals. This training will give participants tools to use when mentoring other leaders to provide thoughtful guidance.
Reaching and Teaching Children Exposed to Trauma with Dr. Barbara Sorrels
School leaders and teachers are invited to this two-day training of understanding trauma and developing strategies for stronger classroom and learning environments for trauma-exposed students.
Principal & Superintendent Certification Exam Preparation
Workshop provides participants with an overview of the COEE OSAT's for the school administration areas. In addition to dissecting and analyzing the subject area study guide, close attention will be given to the tests' required writing assignments.
How are you supporting your early-career educators? CCOSA and the K20 Center have partnered to provide valuable training and support.
The K20 Center has developed the “Uplifting Classroom Environment” model. Its goal is to provide early-career teachers with a number of practical, research-based tools and activities to help them to begin teaching successfully. This professional development’s objectives come from this model and will introduce participants to a multitude of strategies that actively engage students in rigorous instruction that can be delivered in a face-to-face format or modified to an online format.