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Monday, June 27
 

8:30am CDT

Registration & Check-In
Registration opens Monday, June 27th at 8:30 AM at the UT Commons Conference Center (10100 Burnet Rd., Building 137, Austin, TX 78758). Please note that the opening session will start promptly at 9:00 AM.


Monday June 27, 2022 8:30am - 9:00am CDT
UT Commons Conference Center

9:00am CDT

Welcome Plenary Session
  • Welcome participants and describe rationale and purpose (roll call by region)
  • Review agenda and objectives for Summer Institute
  • Orient participants to check-in, check-out and logistics
  • Understand grant management
  • Describe implementation support for E&T teachers  
  • Action planning whole group overview

Speakers
BB

Beth Burkhart

Director of Grow Your Own, TEA
Beth Burkhart is National Board-Certified teacher who is passionate about teacher preparation, recruitment, and retention. She taught graduate and undergraduate courses at Loyola University Chicago’s School of Education and, as a recipient of the Fulbright Distinguished Award in... Read More →
MM

Mike Martin

Managing Consultant, RTI
Mike Martin is an experienced practitioner with expertise in K-12 education policy and instruction, and professional interests in teacher and leader effectiveness, instructional design, policy implementation, and communication. 
SS

Sha'ree S. Terry, MEd

Education Support Specialist, Division of Educator Recruitment and Development, TEA
Sha’ree has 24 years of experience in education and supports the GYO team in coordinating Summer Institute, the development of Education and Training courses and as the Pass Through program manager. Sha’ree is also the Reading Academy liaison and Program Manager coach for the... Read More →



Monday June 27, 2022 9:00am - 10:35am CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Big Tex

10:50am CDT

Action Planning
  • Action plan for implementation of E&T courses in 2022-2023

Speakers
AF

Ali Friedlander

Director of Teacher Pathways, TEA
Ali Friedlander is the Director of Teacher Pathways at the Texas Education Agency where she supports a team working on grants for Grow Your Own, teacher leadership, and new teacher mentoring. Prior to joining TEA, Ali taught dual language first through fourth grades as a National... Read More →


Monday June 27, 2022 10:50am - 12:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Balcones
  Cohort 1
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:50am CDT

Action Planning
  • Action plan for implementation of E&T courses in 2022-2023

Speakers
RY

Ruth Ye

Teacher Pathways Specialist, TEA
Ruth Ye first joined TEA in August 2020, supporting districts through the Mentor Program Allotment and Teacher Leadership Grant before transitioning to her current role as point person for the Grow Your Own grant. Prior to joining TEA, she was a teacher in San Antonio, three years... Read More →


Monday June 27, 2022 10:50am - 12:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Stadium
  Cohort 2
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:50am CDT

Action Planning
  • Action plan for implementation of E&T courses in 2022-2023

Speakers
SS

Sha'ree S. Terry, MEd

Education Support Specialist, Division of Educator Recruitment and Development, TEA
Sha’ree has 24 years of experience in education and supports the GYO team in coordinating Summer Institute, the development of Education and Training courses and as the Pass Through program manager. Sha’ree is also the Reading Academy liaison and Program Manager coach for the... Read More →


Monday June 27, 2022 10:50am - 12:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Bevo
  Cohort 3
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:50am CDT

Action Planning
  • Action plan for implementation of E&T courses in 2022-2023

Speakers
BB

Beth Burkhart

Director of Grow Your Own, TEA
Beth Burkhart is National Board-Certified teacher who is passionate about teacher preparation, recruitment, and retention. She taught graduate and undergraduate courses at Loyola University Chicago’s School of Education and, as a recipient of the Fulbright Distinguished Award in... Read More →


Monday June 27, 2022 10:50am - 12:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Lil Tex
  Cohort 4
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:50am CDT

Action Planning
  • Action plan for implementation of E&T courses in 2022-2023

Speakers
BB

Beth Burkhart

Director of Grow Your Own, TEA
Beth Burkhart is National Board-Certified teacher who is passionate about teacher preparation, recruitment, and retention. She taught graduate and undergraduate courses at Loyola University Chicago’s School of Education and, as a recipient of the Fulbright Distinguished Award in... Read More →


Monday June 27, 2022 10:50am - 12:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Lil Tex
  Cohort 5
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

12:00pm CDT

Lunch on Your Own
The café at UT Commons Conference Center will be open, and there are numerous dining options close to the conference spaces! Following lunch, cohorts will transition to their respective break-out spaces for the afternoon.

Monday June 27, 2022 12:00pm - 1:30pm CDT
Lunch on Your Own Lunch on Your Own
  All
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Overview and Structure of the Three E&T Courses
  • Describe the design process and key elements of the curriculum
  • Describe the lesson plan structure and key elements of lesson plans
  • Review and reflect on the draft scope and sequence documents

Speakers
MM

Mike Martin

Managing Consultant, RTI
Mike Martin is an experienced practitioner with expertise in K-12 education policy and instruction, and professional interests in teacher and leader effectiveness, instructional design, policy implementation, and communication. 
WW

Whitney White, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Whitney White has 13 years of experience as a middle grades STEM teacher, curriculum writer, and university instructor in undergraduate and graduate level educator preparation programs.



Monday June 27, 2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Balcones
  Cohort 1
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Overview and Structure of the Three E&T Courses
  • Describe the design process and key elements of the curriculum
  • Describe the lesson plan structure and key elements of lesson plans
  • Review and reflect on the draft scope and sequence documents

Speakers
MM

Marquis Mason, MAT

Education Consultant, RTI
Marquis Mason is a science teacher, curriculum developer, and instructional coach with extensive experience supporting new teachers with data-driven instructional practices to support student success.
KR

Kristana Rogers, MBA

Education Consultant, RTI
Kristana Rogers is a strategic and innovative administrator who supports large-scale, sustainable change and positive student outcomes by promoting strong leadership develoment and evidence-based instructional practices.



Monday June 27, 2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Stadium
  Cohort 2
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Overview and Structure of the Three E&T Courses
  • Describe the design process and key elements of the curriculum
  • Describe the lesson plan structure and key elements of lesson plans
  • Review and reflect on the draft scope and sequence documents

Speakers
avatar for Ivy Mack

Ivy Mack

Education Specialist, RTI International
Ivy brings diverse experiences in K-12 education to RTI’s Center for Education Services. She began her career as a special education teacher and counselor in Virginia and North Carolina. While teaching, she earned postgraduate degrees in Counseling and Educational Leadership. During... Read More →
NM

Nicole Mills, MPP

Education Consultant, RTI
Nicole Mills served for 10 years as a classroom teacher, remediation specialist, and curriculum facilitator, and has extensive experience designing and implementing differentiated curriculum instruction.



Monday June 27, 2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Bevo
  Cohort 3
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Overview and Structure of the Three E&T Courses
  • Describe the design process and key elements of the curriculum
  • Describe the lesson plan structure and key elements of lesson plans
  • Review and reflect on the draft scope and sequence documents

Speakers
TC

Todd Campbell, MEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Todd Campbell has more than 10 years of professional experience in K-12 education, working with teachers and administrators to build the essential knowledge and skill sets required to challenge and support students.
avatar for Fredrica Nash, EdD

Fredrica Nash, EdD

Managing Consultant, RTI
Fredrica Nash is the chief architect of RTI's Coach Development program and Social Emotional Learning services, and she also has experise in project based learning, equity, and academic, social, and emotional learning.



Monday June 27, 2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Antonio
  Cohort 4
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Overview and Structure of the Three E&T Courses
  • Describe the design process and key elements of the curriculum
  • Describe the lesson plan structure and key elements of lesson plans
  • Review and reflect on the draft scope and sequence documents

Speakers
KC

Kyle Canuette, MPA, MSEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Kyle Canuette is a teacher, instructional coach, school culture consultant, and policy analyst with extensive experience supporting teachers and other stakeholders in accessing innovative, research-based initiatives in education.
JP

Jenn Persson, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Jenn Persson is a mathematics teacher with national experience in professional development and differentiated instruction, with expertise in issues pertaining to equity and access in mathematics education.



Monday June 27, 2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Marcos
  Cohort 5
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Instructional Practices | Culture and Management
  • Identify and discuss underlying skills and essential questions taught throughout the first unit of Instructional Practices
  • Analyze a sample lesson plan to identify common elements of the curriculum and opportunities to adapt the material to an individual context
  • Use double planning as a tool to internalize and practice a lesson from Instructional Practices

Speakers
MM

Mike Martin

Managing Consultant, RTI
Mike Martin is an experienced practitioner with expertise in K-12 education policy and instruction, and professional interests in teacher and leader effectiveness, instructional design, policy implementation, and communication. 
WW

Whitney White, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Whitney White has 13 years of experience as a middle grades STEM teacher, curriculum writer, and university instructor in undergraduate and graduate level educator preparation programs.



Monday June 27, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Balcones
  Cohort 1
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Principals Preparing to Support E&T Courses
  • Debrief the day and unpack implementation hopes and fears
  • Identify best practices to create sustainability for high-quality E & T courses
  • Develop relationships with colleagues who can provide ongoing thought-partnership and support

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Laurie Baker

Dr. Laurie Baker

Center Director, RTI International
Laurie Baker is an educational consultant with national experience in the areas of innovative school design and educational leadership. Having been a teacher, administrator, and volunteer advocate, she has firsthand experience in how poverty, race, and rurality affect children and... Read More →



Monday June 27, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Lil Tex
  Cohort 1, Principals
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Instructional Practices | Culture and Management
  • Identify and discuss underlying skills and essential questions taught throughout the first unit of Instructional Practices
  • Analyze a sample lesson plan to identify common elements of the curriculum and opportunities to adapt the material to an individual context
  • Use double planning as a tool to internalize and practice a lesson from Instructional Practices

Speakers
MM

Marquis Mason, MAT

Education Consultant, RTI
Marquis Mason is a science teacher, curriculum developer, and instructional coach with extensive experience supporting new teachers with data-driven instructional practices to support student success.
KR

Kristana Rogers, MBA

Education Consultant, RTI
Kristana Rogers is a strategic and innovative administrator who supports large-scale, sustainable change and positive student outcomes by promoting strong leadership develoment and evidence-based instructional practices.



Monday June 27, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Stadium
  Cohort 2
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Principals Preparing to Support E&T Courses
  • Debrief the day and unpack implementation hopes and fears
  • Identify best practices to create sustainability for high-quality E & T courses
  • Develop relationships with colleagues who can provide ongoing thought-partnership and support

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Laurie Baker

Dr. Laurie Baker

Center Director, RTI International
Laurie Baker is an educational consultant with national experience in the areas of innovative school design and educational leadership. Having been a teacher, administrator, and volunteer advocate, she has firsthand experience in how poverty, race, and rurality affect children and... Read More →



Monday June 27, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Lil Tex
  Cohort 2, Principals
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Instructional Practices | Culture and Management
  • Identify and discuss underlying skills and essential questions taught throughout the first unit of Instructional Practices
  • Analyze a sample lesson plan to identify common elements of the curriculum and opportunities to adapt the material to an individual context
  • Use double planning as a tool to internalize and practice a lesson from Instructional Practices

Speakers
avatar for Ivy Mack

Ivy Mack

Education Specialist, RTI International
Ivy brings diverse experiences in K-12 education to RTI’s Center for Education Services. She began her career as a special education teacher and counselor in Virginia and North Carolina. While teaching, she earned postgraduate degrees in Counseling and Educational Leadership. During... Read More →
NM

Nicole Mills, MPP

Education Consultant, RTI
Nicole Mills served for 10 years as a classroom teacher, remediation specialist, and curriculum facilitator, and has extensive experience designing and implementing differentiated curriculum instruction.



Monday June 27, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Bevo
  Cohort 3
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Principals Preparing to Support E&T Courses
  • Debrief the day and unpack implementation hopes and fears
  • Identify best practices to create sustainability for high-quality E & T courses
  • Develop relationships with colleagues who can provide ongoing thought-partnership and support

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Laurie Baker

Dr. Laurie Baker

Center Director, RTI International
Laurie Baker is an educational consultant with national experience in the areas of innovative school design and educational leadership. Having been a teacher, administrator, and volunteer advocate, she has firsthand experience in how poverty, race, and rurality affect children and... Read More →



Monday June 27, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Longhorn
  Cohort 3, Principals
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Instructional Practices | Culture and Management
  • Identify and discuss underlying skills and essential questions taught throughout the first unit of Instructional Practices
  • Analyze a sample lesson plan to identify common elements of the curriculum and opportunities to adapt the material to an individual context
  • Use double planning as a tool to internalize and practice a lesson from Instructional Practices

Speakers
TC

Todd Campbell, MEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Todd Campbell has more than 10 years of professional experience in K-12 education, working with teachers and administrators to build the essential knowledge and skill sets required to challenge and support students.
avatar for Fredrica Nash, EdD

Fredrica Nash, EdD

Managing Consultant, RTI
Fredrica Nash is the chief architect of RTI's Coach Development program and Social Emotional Learning services, and she also has experise in project based learning, equity, and academic, social, and emotional learning.



Monday June 27, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Antonio
  Cohort 4
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Principals Preparing to Support E&T Courses
  • Debrief the day and unpack implementation hopes and fears
  • Identify best practices to create sustainability for high-quality E & T courses
  • Develop relationships with colleagues who can provide ongoing thought-partnership and support

Speakers
SC

Stacy Costello, MA

Managing Consultant, RTI
Stacy Costello is an educator with national experience in innovative program design and alternative certification pathways for teachers, especially in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines.



Monday June 27, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: Pecos
  Cohort 4, Principals
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Instructional Practices | Culture and Management
  • Identify and discuss underlying skills and essential questions taught throughout the first unit of Instructional Practices
  • Analyze a sample lesson plan to identify common elements of the curriculum and opportunities to adapt the material to an individual context
  • Use double planning as a tool to internalize and practice a lesson from Instructional Practices

Speakers
KC

Kyle Canuette, MPA, MSEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Kyle Canuette is a teacher, instructional coach, school culture consultant, and policy analyst with extensive experience supporting teachers and other stakeholders in accessing innovative, research-based initiatives in education.
JP

Jenn Persson, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Jenn Persson is a mathematics teacher with national experience in professional development and differentiated instruction, with expertise in issues pertaining to equity and access in mathematics education.



Monday June 27, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Marcos
  Cohort 5
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Principals Preparing to Support E&T Courses
  • Debrief the day and unpack implementation hopes and fears
  • Identify best practices to create sustainability for high-quality E & T courses
  • Develop relationships with colleagues who can provide ongoing thought-partnership and support

Speakers
SC

Stacy Costello, MA

Managing Consultant, RTI
Stacy Costello is an educator with national experience in innovative program design and alternative certification pathways for teachers, especially in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines.



Monday June 27, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: Pecos
  Cohort 5, Principals
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

4:00pm CDT

End of Day Survey - Principals Only
Please submit the End of Day 1 Survey.

Note: This survey is for Principals only.

Monday June 27, 2022 4:00pm - 4:00pm CDT
N/A
  All, Principals
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI
 
Tuesday, June 28
 

9:00am CDT

Reflective Session | Using E&T to Inspire and Encourage the Next Generation of Teachers
  • Reflect on why participants chose a career in teaching and identify that influences how they talk about the profession
  • Develop messages and supports that will authentically communicate the value and purpose of the Education and Training courses to inform and inspire students
  • Determine ways to address student questions that are likely to arise across the three Education and Training courses

Speakers
MM

Mike Martin

Managing Consultant, RTI
Mike Martin is an experienced practitioner with expertise in K-12 education policy and instruction, and professional interests in teacher and leader effectiveness, instructional design, policy implementation, and communication. 
WW

Whitney White, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Whitney White has 13 years of experience as a middle grades STEM teacher, curriculum writer, and university instructor in undergraduate and graduate level educator preparation programs.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Balcones
  Cohort 1
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

9:00am CDT

Reflective Session | Using E&T to Inspire and Encourage the Next Generation of Teachers
  • Reflect on why participants chose a career in teaching and identify that influences how they talk about the profession
  • Develop messages and supports that will authentically communicate the value and purpose of the Education and Training courses to inform and inspire students
  • Determine ways to address student questions that are likely to arise across the three Education and Training courses

Speakers
MM

Marquis Mason, MAT

Education Consultant, RTI
Marquis Mason is a science teacher, curriculum developer, and instructional coach with extensive experience supporting new teachers with data-driven instructional practices to support student success.
KR

Kristana Rogers, MBA

Education Consultant, RTI
Kristana Rogers is a strategic and innovative administrator who supports large-scale, sustainable change and positive student outcomes by promoting strong leadership develoment and evidence-based instructional practices.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Stadium
  Cohort 2
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

9:00am CDT

Reflective Session | Using E&T to Inspire and Encourage the Next Generation of Teachers
  • Reflect on why participants chose a career in teaching and identify that influences how they talk about the profession
  • Develop messages and supports that will authentically communicate the value and purpose of the Education and Training courses to inform and inspire students
  • Determine ways to address student questions that are likely to arise across the three Education and Training courses

Speakers
avatar for Ivy Mack

Ivy Mack

Education Specialist, RTI International
Ivy brings diverse experiences in K-12 education to RTI’s Center for Education Services. She began her career as a special education teacher and counselor in Virginia and North Carolina. While teaching, she earned postgraduate degrees in Counseling and Educational Leadership. During... Read More →
NM

Nicole Mills, MPP

Education Consultant, RTI
Nicole Mills served for 10 years as a classroom teacher, remediation specialist, and curriculum facilitator, and has extensive experience designing and implementing differentiated curriculum instruction.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Bevo
  Cohort 3
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

9:00am CDT

Reflective Session | Using E&T to Inspire and Encourage the Next Generation of Teachers
  • Reflect on why participants chose a career in teaching and identify that influences how they talk about the profession
  • Develop messages and supports that will authentically communicate the value and purpose of the Education and Training courses to inform and inspire students
  • Determine ways to address student questions that are likely to arise across the three Education and Training courses

Speakers
TC

Todd Campbell, MEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Todd Campbell has more than 10 years of professional experience in K-12 education, working with teachers and administrators to build the essential knowledge and skill sets required to challenge and support students.
avatar for Fredrica Nash, EdD

Fredrica Nash, EdD

Managing Consultant, RTI
Fredrica Nash is the chief architect of RTI's Coach Development program and Social Emotional Learning services, and she also has experise in project based learning, equity, and academic, social, and emotional learning.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Antonio
  Cohort 4
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

9:00am CDT

Reflective Session | Using E&T to Inspire and Encourage the Next Generation of Teachers
  • Reflect on why participants chose a career in teaching and identify that influences how they talk about the profession
  • Develop messages and supports that will authentically communicate the value and purpose of the Education and Training courses to inform and inspire students
  • Determine ways to address student questions that are likely to arise across the three Education and Training courses

Speakers
KC

Kyle Canuette, MPA, MSEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Kyle Canuette is a teacher, instructional coach, school culture consultant, and policy analyst with extensive experience supporting teachers and other stakeholders in accessing innovative, research-based initiatives in education.
JP

Jenn Persson, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Jenn Persson is a mathematics teacher with national experience in professional development and differentiated instruction, with expertise in issues pertaining to equity and access in mathematics education.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Marcos
  Cohort 5
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:00am CDT

Instructional Practices | The Science of Learning
  • Read and reflect on the science of learning article from Deans for Impact and its implications for instruction
  • Review the science of learning unit lesson objectives
  • Prepare and practice select lessons and lesson components from the science of learning unit

Speakers
MM

Mike Martin

Managing Consultant, RTI
Mike Martin is an experienced practitioner with expertise in K-12 education policy and instruction, and professional interests in teacher and leader effectiveness, instructional design, policy implementation, and communication. 
WW

Whitney White, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Whitney White has 13 years of experience as a middle grades STEM teacher, curriculum writer, and university instructor in undergraduate and graduate level educator preparation programs.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Balcones
  Cohort 1
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:00am CDT

Instructional Practices | The Science of Learning
  • Read and reflect on the science of learning article from Deans for Impact and its implications for instruction
  • Review the science of learning unit lesson objectives
  • Prepare and practice select lessons and lesson components from the science of learning unit

Speakers
MM

Marquis Mason, MAT

Education Consultant, RTI
Marquis Mason is a science teacher, curriculum developer, and instructional coach with extensive experience supporting new teachers with data-driven instructional practices to support student success.
KR

Kristana Rogers, MBA

Education Consultant, RTI
Kristana Rogers is a strategic and innovative administrator who supports large-scale, sustainable change and positive student outcomes by promoting strong leadership develoment and evidence-based instructional practices.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Stadium
  Cohort 2
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:00am CDT

Instructional Practices | The Science of Learning
  • Read and reflect on the science of learning article from Deans for Impact and its implications for instruction
  • Review the science of learning unit lesson objectives
  • Prepare and practice select lessons and lesson components from the science of learning unit

Speakers
avatar for Ivy Mack

Ivy Mack

Education Specialist, RTI International
Ivy brings diverse experiences in K-12 education to RTI’s Center for Education Services. She began her career as a special education teacher and counselor in Virginia and North Carolina. While teaching, she earned postgraduate degrees in Counseling and Educational Leadership. During... Read More →
NM

Nicole Mills, MPP

Education Consultant, RTI
Nicole Mills served for 10 years as a classroom teacher, remediation specialist, and curriculum facilitator, and has extensive experience designing and implementing differentiated curriculum instruction.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Bevo
  Cohort 3
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:00am CDT

Instructional Practices | The Science of Learning
  • Read and reflect on the science of learning article from Deans for Impact and its implications for instruction
  • Review the science of learning unit lesson objectives
  • Prepare and practice select lessons and lesson components from the science of learning unit

Speakers
TC

Todd Campbell, MEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Todd Campbell has more than 10 years of professional experience in K-12 education, working with teachers and administrators to build the essential knowledge and skill sets required to challenge and support students.
avatar for Fredrica Nash, EdD

Fredrica Nash, EdD

Managing Consultant, RTI
Fredrica Nash is the chief architect of RTI's Coach Development program and Social Emotional Learning services, and she also has experise in project based learning, equity, and academic, social, and emotional learning.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Antonio
  Cohort 4
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:00am CDT

Instructional Practices | The Science of Learning
  • Read and reflect on the science of learning article from Deans for Impact and its implications for instruction
  • Review the science of learning unit lesson objectives
  • Prepare and practice select lessons and lesson components from the science of learning unit

Speakers
KC

Kyle Canuette, MPA, MSEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Kyle Canuette is a teacher, instructional coach, school culture consultant, and policy analyst with extensive experience supporting teachers and other stakeholders in accessing innovative, research-based initiatives in education.
JP

Jenn Persson, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Jenn Persson is a mathematics teacher with national experience in professional development and differentiated instruction, with expertise in issues pertaining to equity and access in mathematics education.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Marcos
  Cohort 5
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

12:00pm CDT

Lunch on Your Own
There are numerous dining options close to the conference spaces! Please refer to the "Perks & Fun Stuff" page on Sched for dining suggestions.

Tuesday June 28, 2022 12:00pm - 1:30pm CDT
Lunch on Your Own Lunch on Your Own
  All
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Instructional Practices | Instructional Alignment
  • Understand the approach to instructional alignment and integration of high-quality instructional materials for Instructional Practices
  • Internalize the instructional alignment units through the practice of selected lessons and lesson components

Speakers
MM

Mike Martin

Managing Consultant, RTI
Mike Martin is an experienced practitioner with expertise in K-12 education policy and instruction, and professional interests in teacher and leader effectiveness, instructional design, policy implementation, and communication. 
WW

Whitney White, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Whitney White has 13 years of experience as a middle grades STEM teacher, curriculum writer, and university instructor in undergraduate and graduate level educator preparation programs.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Balcones
  Cohort 1
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Instructional Practices | Instructional Alignment
  • Understand the approach to instructional alignment and integration of high-quality instructional materials for Instructional Practices
  • Internalize the instructional alignment units through the practice of selected lessons and lesson components

Speakers
MM

Marquis Mason, MAT

Education Consultant, RTI
Marquis Mason is a science teacher, curriculum developer, and instructional coach with extensive experience supporting new teachers with data-driven instructional practices to support student success.
KR

Kristana Rogers, MBA

Education Consultant, RTI
Kristana Rogers is a strategic and innovative administrator who supports large-scale, sustainable change and positive student outcomes by promoting strong leadership develoment and evidence-based instructional practices.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Stadium
  Cohort 2
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Instructional Practices | Instructional Alignment
  • Understand the approach to instructional alignment and integration of high-quality instructional materials for Instructional Practices
  • Internalize the instructional alignment units through the practice of selected lessons and lesson components

Speakers
avatar for Ivy Mack

Ivy Mack

Education Specialist, RTI International
Ivy brings diverse experiences in K-12 education to RTI’s Center for Education Services. She began her career as a special education teacher and counselor in Virginia and North Carolina. While teaching, she earned postgraduate degrees in Counseling and Educational Leadership. During... Read More →
NM

Nicole Mills, MPP

Education Consultant, RTI
Nicole Mills served for 10 years as a classroom teacher, remediation specialist, and curriculum facilitator, and has extensive experience designing and implementing differentiated curriculum instruction.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Bevo
  Cohort 3
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Instructional Practices | Instructional Alignment
  • Understand the approach to instructional alignment and integration of high-quality instructional materials for Instructional Practices
  • Internalize the instructional alignment units through the practice of selected lessons and lesson components

Speakers
TC

Todd Campbell, MEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Todd Campbell has more than 10 years of professional experience in K-12 education, working with teachers and administrators to build the essential knowledge and skill sets required to challenge and support students.
avatar for Fredrica Nash, EdD

Fredrica Nash, EdD

Managing Consultant, RTI
Fredrica Nash is the chief architect of RTI's Coach Development program and Social Emotional Learning services, and she also has experise in project based learning, equity, and academic, social, and emotional learning.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Antonio
  Cohort 4
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Instructional Practices | Instructional Alignment
  • Understand the approach to instructional alignment and integration of high-quality instructional materials for Instructional Practices
  • Internalize the instructional alignment units through the practice of selected lessons and lesson components

Speakers
KC

Kyle Canuette, MPA, MSEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Kyle Canuette is a teacher, instructional coach, school culture consultant, and policy analyst with extensive experience supporting teachers and other stakeholders in accessing innovative, research-based initiatives in education.
JP

Jenn Persson, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Jenn Persson is a mathematics teacher with national experience in professional development and differentiated instruction, with expertise in issues pertaining to equity and access in mathematics education.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Marcos
  Cohort 5
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Overview of Practicum Resources
  • Identify and understand key concepts in the scope and sequence of Practicum
  • Identify and provide feedback on the planned tools for students to use to reflect and learn in the mentor teacher’s classroom
  • Understand rationale and options for sequencing Practicum and getting students into classrooms early in the year
  • Develop a plan to assist students in using Practicum as a starting point to college or education program admissions

Speakers
MM

Mike Martin

Managing Consultant, RTI
Mike Martin is an experienced practitioner with expertise in K-12 education policy and instruction, and professional interests in teacher and leader effectiveness, instructional design, policy implementation, and communication. 
WW

Whitney White, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Whitney White has 13 years of experience as a middle grades STEM teacher, curriculum writer, and university instructor in undergraduate and graduate level educator preparation programs.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Balcones
  Cohort 1
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Overview of Practicum Resources
  • Identify and understand key concepts in the scope and sequence of Practicum
  • Identify and provide feedback on the planned tools for students to use to reflect and learn in the mentor teacher’s classroom
  • Understand rationale and options for sequencing Practicum and getting students into classrooms early in the year
  • Develop a plan to assist students in using Practicum as a starting point to college or education program admissions

Speakers
MM

Marquis Mason, MAT

Education Consultant, RTI
Marquis Mason is a science teacher, curriculum developer, and instructional coach with extensive experience supporting new teachers with data-driven instructional practices to support student success.
KR

Kristana Rogers, MBA

Education Consultant, RTI
Kristana Rogers is a strategic and innovative administrator who supports large-scale, sustainable change and positive student outcomes by promoting strong leadership develoment and evidence-based instructional practices.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Stadium
  Cohort 2
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Overview of Practicum Resources
  • Identify and understand key concepts in the scope and sequence of Practicum
  • Identify and provide feedback on the planned tools for students to use to reflect and learn in the mentor teacher’s classroom
  • Understand rationale and options for sequencing Practicum and getting students into classrooms early in the year
  • Develop a plan to assist students in using Practicum as a starting point to college or education program admissions

Speakers
avatar for Ivy Mack

Ivy Mack

Education Specialist, RTI International
Ivy brings diverse experiences in K-12 education to RTI’s Center for Education Services. She began her career as a special education teacher and counselor in Virginia and North Carolina. While teaching, she earned postgraduate degrees in Counseling and Educational Leadership. During... Read More →
NM

Nicole Mills, MPP

Education Consultant, RTI
Nicole Mills served for 10 years as a classroom teacher, remediation specialist, and curriculum facilitator, and has extensive experience designing and implementing differentiated curriculum instruction.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Bevo
  Cohort 3
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Overview of Practicum Resources
  • Identify and understand key concepts in the scope and sequence of Practicum
  • Identify and provide feedback on the planned tools for students to use to reflect and learn in the mentor teacher’s classroom
  • Understand rationale and options for sequencing Practicum and getting students into classrooms early in the year
  • Develop a plan to assist students in using Practicum as a starting point to college or education program admissions

Speakers
TC

Todd Campbell, MEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Todd Campbell has more than 10 years of professional experience in K-12 education, working with teachers and administrators to build the essential knowledge and skill sets required to challenge and support students.
avatar for Fredrica Nash, EdD

Fredrica Nash, EdD

Managing Consultant, RTI
Fredrica Nash is the chief architect of RTI's Coach Development program and Social Emotional Learning services, and she also has experise in project based learning, equity, and academic, social, and emotional learning.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Antonio
  Cohort 4
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

2:30pm CDT

Overview of Practicum Resources
  • Identify and understand key concepts in the scope and sequence of Practicum
  • Identify and provide feedback on the planned tools for students to use to reflect and learn in the mentor teacher’s classroom
  • Understand rationale and options for sequencing Practicum and getting students into classrooms early in the year
  • Develop a plan to assist students in using Practicum as a starting point to college or education program admissions

Speakers
KC

Kyle Canuette, MPA, MSEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Kyle Canuette is a teacher, instructional coach, school culture consultant, and policy analyst with extensive experience supporting teachers and other stakeholders in accessing innovative, research-based initiatives in education.
JP

Jenn Persson, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Jenn Persson is a mathematics teacher with national experience in professional development and differentiated instruction, with expertise in issues pertaining to equity and access in mathematics education.



Tuesday June 28, 2022 2:30pm - 4:00pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Marcos
  Cohort 5
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI
 
Wednesday, June 29
 

9:00am CDT

Reflective Session | Professionalism / Employability Skills
  • Identify professionalism and employability skills taught across the E&T curriculum
  • Identify and share best practices to support student’s development of life-long learning skills
  • Explore best practices for teaching and modeling professionalism and employability skills

Speakers
MM

Mike Martin

Managing Consultant, RTI
Mike Martin is an experienced practitioner with expertise in K-12 education policy and instruction, and professional interests in teacher and leader effectiveness, instructional design, policy implementation, and communication. 
WW

Whitney White, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Whitney White has 13 years of experience as a middle grades STEM teacher, curriculum writer, and university instructor in undergraduate and graduate level educator preparation programs.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Balcones
  Cohort 1
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

9:00am CDT

Reflective Session | Professionalism / Employability Skills
  • Identify professionalism and employability skills taught across the E&T curriculum
  • Identify and share best practices to support student’s development of life-long learning skills
  • Explore best practices for teaching and modeling professionalism and employability skills

Speakers
MM

Marquis Mason, MAT

Education Consultant, RTI
Marquis Mason is a science teacher, curriculum developer, and instructional coach with extensive experience supporting new teachers with data-driven instructional practices to support student success.
KR

Kristana Rogers, MBA

Education Consultant, RTI
Kristana Rogers is a strategic and innovative administrator who supports large-scale, sustainable change and positive student outcomes by promoting strong leadership develoment and evidence-based instructional practices.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Stadium
  Cohort 2
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

9:00am CDT

Reflective Session | Professionalism / Employability Skills
  • Identify professionalism and employability skills taught across the E&T curriculum
  • Identify and share best practices to support student’s development of life-long learning skills
  • Explore best practices for teaching and modeling professionalism and employability skills

Speakers
avatar for Ivy Mack

Ivy Mack

Education Specialist, RTI International
Ivy brings diverse experiences in K-12 education to RTI’s Center for Education Services. She began her career as a special education teacher and counselor in Virginia and North Carolina. While teaching, she earned postgraduate degrees in Counseling and Educational Leadership. During... Read More →
NM

Nicole Mills, MPP

Education Consultant, RTI
Nicole Mills served for 10 years as a classroom teacher, remediation specialist, and curriculum facilitator, and has extensive experience designing and implementing differentiated curriculum instruction.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Bevo
  Cohort 3
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

9:00am CDT

Reflective Session | Professionalism / Employability Skills
  • Identify professionalism and employability skills taught across the E&T curriculum
  • Identify and share best practices to support student’s development of life-long learning skills
  • Explore best practices for teaching and modeling professionalism and employability skills

Speakers
TC

Todd Campbell, MEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Todd Campbell has more than 10 years of professional experience in K-12 education, working with teachers and administrators to build the essential knowledge and skill sets required to challenge and support students.
avatar for Fredrica Nash, EdD

Fredrica Nash, EdD

Managing Consultant, RTI
Fredrica Nash is the chief architect of RTI's Coach Development program and Social Emotional Learning services, and she also has experise in project based learning, equity, and academic, social, and emotional learning.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Antonio
  Cohort 4
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

9:00am CDT

Reflective Session | Professionalism / Employability Skills
  • Identify professionalism and employability skills taught across the E&T curriculum
  • Identify and share best practices to support student’s development of life-long learning skills
  • Explore best practices for teaching and modeling professionalism and employability skills

Speakers
KC

Kyle Canuette, MPA, MSEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Kyle Canuette is a teacher, instructional coach, school culture consultant, and policy analyst with extensive experience supporting teachers and other stakeholders in accessing innovative, research-based initiatives in education.
JP

Jenn Persson, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Jenn Persson is a mathematics teacher with national experience in professional development and differentiated instruction, with expertise in issues pertaining to equity and access in mathematics education.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Marcos
  Cohort 5
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:00am CDT

Principles of Education and Training
  • Understand the aims of Principles of Education and Training through the lens of the essential questions
  • Identity concepts covered in the scope and sequence of Principles of Education and Training
  • Identify opportunities and challenges related to executing the curriculum by internalizing and practicing sample lessons from Principles of Education and Training

Speakers
MM

Mike Martin

Managing Consultant, RTI
Mike Martin is an experienced practitioner with expertise in K-12 education policy and instruction, and professional interests in teacher and leader effectiveness, instructional design, policy implementation, and communication. 
WW

Whitney White, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Whitney White has 13 years of experience as a middle grades STEM teacher, curriculum writer, and university instructor in undergraduate and graduate level educator preparation programs.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Balcones
  Cohort 1
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:00am CDT

Principles of Education and Training
  • Understand the aims of Principles of Education and Training through the lens of the essential questions
  • Identity concepts covered in the scope and sequence of Principles of Education and Training
  • Identify opportunities and challenges related to executing the curriculum by internalizing and practicing sample lessons from Principles of Education and Training

Speakers
MM

Marquis Mason, MAT

Education Consultant, RTI
Marquis Mason is a science teacher, curriculum developer, and instructional coach with extensive experience supporting new teachers with data-driven instructional practices to support student success.
KR

Kristana Rogers, MBA

Education Consultant, RTI
Kristana Rogers is a strategic and innovative administrator who supports large-scale, sustainable change and positive student outcomes by promoting strong leadership develoment and evidence-based instructional practices.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Stadium
  Cohort 2
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:00am CDT

Principles of Education and Training
  • Understand the aims of Principles of Education and Training through the lens of the essential questions
  • Identity concepts covered in the scope and sequence of Principles of Education and Training
  • Identify opportunities and challenges related to executing the curriculum by internalizing and practicing sample lessons from Principles of Education and Training

Speakers
avatar for Ivy Mack

Ivy Mack

Education Specialist, RTI International
Ivy brings diverse experiences in K-12 education to RTI’s Center for Education Services. She began her career as a special education teacher and counselor in Virginia and North Carolina. While teaching, she earned postgraduate degrees in Counseling and Educational Leadership. During... Read More →
NM

Nicole Mills, MPP

Education Consultant, RTI
Nicole Mills served for 10 years as a classroom teacher, remediation specialist, and curriculum facilitator, and has extensive experience designing and implementing differentiated curriculum instruction.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Bevo
  Cohort 3
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:00am CDT

Principles of Education and Training
  • Understand the aims of Principles of Education and Training through the lens of the essential questions
  • Identity concepts covered in the scope and sequence of Principles of Education and Training
  • Identify opportunities and challenges related to executing the curriculum by internalizing and practicing sample lessons from Principles of Education and Training

Speakers
TC

Todd Campbell, MEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Todd Campbell has more than 10 years of professional experience in K-12 education, working with teachers and administrators to build the essential knowledge and skill sets required to challenge and support students.
avatar for Fredrica Nash, EdD

Fredrica Nash, EdD

Managing Consultant, RTI
Fredrica Nash is the chief architect of RTI's Coach Development program and Social Emotional Learning services, and she also has experise in project based learning, equity, and academic, social, and emotional learning.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Antonio
  Cohort 4
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

10:00am CDT

Principles of Education and Training
  • Understand the aims of Principles of Education and Training through the lens of the essential questions
  • Identity concepts covered in the scope and sequence of Principles of Education and Training
  • Identify opportunities and challenges related to executing the curriculum by internalizing and practicing sample lessons from Principles of Education and Training

Speakers
KC

Kyle Canuette, MPA, MSEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Kyle Canuette is a teacher, instructional coach, school culture consultant, and policy analyst with extensive experience supporting teachers and other stakeholders in accessing innovative, research-based initiatives in education.
JP

Jenn Persson, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Jenn Persson is a mathematics teacher with national experience in professional development and differentiated instruction, with expertise in issues pertaining to equity and access in mathematics education.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Marcos
  Cohort 5
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

12:00pm CDT

Lunch on Your Own
There are numerous dining options close to the conference spaces! Please refer to the "Perks & Fun Stuff" page on Sched for dining suggestions.

Wednesday June 29, 2022 12:00pm - 1:30pm CDT
Lunch on Your Own Lunch on Your Own
  All
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Reflection and Planning
  • Reflect on individual experience at Summer Institute and how it will lead to positive student outcomes through the Education and Training courses
  • Identify areas of hope and fear for participants and district teams as they look to implement the Education and Training pilot curriculum
  • Discuss best practices for engaging colleagues as collaborators across the three Education and Training courses

Speakers
MM

Mike Martin

Managing Consultant, RTI
Mike Martin is an experienced practitioner with expertise in K-12 education policy and instruction, and professional interests in teacher and leader effectiveness, instructional design, policy implementation, and communication. 
WW

Whitney White, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Whitney White has 13 years of experience as a middle grades STEM teacher, curriculum writer, and university instructor in undergraduate and graduate level educator preparation programs.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 1:30pm - 3:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Balcones
  Cohort 1
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Reflection and Planning
  • Reflect on individual experience at Summer Institute and how it will lead to positive student outcomes through the Education and Training courses
  • Identify areas of hope and fear for participants and district teams as they look to implement the Education and Training pilot curriculum
  • Discuss best practices for engaging colleagues as collaborators across the three Education and Training courses

Speakers
MM

Marquis Mason, MAT

Education Consultant, RTI
Marquis Mason is a science teacher, curriculum developer, and instructional coach with extensive experience supporting new teachers with data-driven instructional practices to support student success.
KR

Kristana Rogers, MBA

Education Consultant, RTI
Kristana Rogers is a strategic and innovative administrator who supports large-scale, sustainable change and positive student outcomes by promoting strong leadership develoment and evidence-based instructional practices.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 1:30pm - 3:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Stadium
  Cohort 2
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Reflection and Planning
  • Reflect on individual experience at Summer Institute and how it will lead to positive student outcomes through the Education and Training courses
  • Identify areas of hope and fear for participants and district teams as they look to implement the Education and Training pilot curriculum
  • Discuss best practices for engaging colleagues as collaborators across the three Education and Training courses

Speakers
avatar for Ivy Mack

Ivy Mack

Education Specialist, RTI International
Ivy brings diverse experiences in K-12 education to RTI’s Center for Education Services. She began her career as a special education teacher and counselor in Virginia and North Carolina. While teaching, she earned postgraduate degrees in Counseling and Educational Leadership. During... Read More →
NM

Nicole Mills, MPP

Education Consultant, RTI
Nicole Mills served for 10 years as a classroom teacher, remediation specialist, and curriculum facilitator, and has extensive experience designing and implementing differentiated curriculum instruction.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 1:30pm - 3:00pm CDT
UT Commons Conference Center // Room: Bevo
  Cohort 3
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Reflection and Planning
  • Reflect on individual experience at Summer Institute and how it will lead to positive student outcomes through the Education and Training courses
  • Identify areas of hope and fear for participants and district teams as they look to implement the Education and Training pilot curriculum
  • Discuss best practices for engaging colleagues as collaborators across the three Education and Training courses

Speakers
TC

Todd Campbell, MEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Todd Campbell has more than 10 years of professional experience in K-12 education, working with teachers and administrators to build the essential knowledge and skill sets required to challenge and support students.
avatar for Fredrica Nash, EdD

Fredrica Nash, EdD

Managing Consultant, RTI
Fredrica Nash is the chief architect of RTI's Coach Development program and Social Emotional Learning services, and she also has experise in project based learning, equity, and academic, social, and emotional learning.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 1:30pm - 3:00pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Antonio
  Cohort 4
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

1:30pm CDT

Reflection and Planning
  • Reflect on individual experience at Summer Institute and how it will lead to positive student outcomes through the Education and Training courses
  • Identify areas of hope and fear for participants and district teams as they look to implement the Education and Training pilot curriculum
  • Discuss best practices for engaging colleagues as collaborators across the three Education and Training courses

Speakers
KC

Kyle Canuette, MPA, MSEd

Education Consultant, RTI
Kyle Canuette is a teacher, instructional coach, school culture consultant, and policy analyst with extensive experience supporting teachers and other stakeholders in accessing innovative, research-based initiatives in education.
JP

Jenn Persson, PhD

Education Consultant, RTI
Jenn Persson is a mathematics teacher with national experience in professional development and differentiated instruction, with expertise in issues pertaining to equity and access in mathematics education.



Wednesday June 29, 2022 1:30pm - 3:00pm CDT
Austin Renaissance Hotel - Arboretum // Room: San Marcos
  Cohort 5
  • Host Organization TEA and RTI

3:00pm CDT

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Wednesday June 29, 2022 3:00pm - 3:00pm CDT
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