Act 45

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  • UDL Principles for Principals and School Leaders  

    Principal Study Council 2022-2023, Act 45 Program

    This four-part professional learning series supports instructional leaders as they design learning environments that represent the uniqueness of both staff and students in their schools. Designed as a professional learning community experience, participants will engage in ways to eliminate barriers to learning and create spaces where all feel valued, appreciated and accepted.

    All participants receive a copy of the book "UDL Playbook for School and District Leaders" published August 11, 2021, by Mike Woodlock, Katie Novak

    • 40 Act 45 PIL Hours pending approval
    • October 27, December 14, February 2 and March 30
    • 8:30 to 11:30 AM - Various speakers
    • 12:30 to 2:30 - Principal Study Council & School Leader Discussions


    School principals who do not need Act 45 are welcome to attend the afternoon portion only.


  • The Everyday Behaviors of Admired Leadership

    Facilitated by: Randall Stutman, Admired Leadership® and John Sanville, UCFSD

    The Admired Leadership program teaches senior leaders how to manage through challenges, care for critical relationships, guide teams and students, and motivate and inspire by exploring behavioral choices that work. The program is designed to create continuous self-reflection, learning, application of Admired Leader® behaviors, and dialogue among participants. Participants will have access to the Admired Leadership Digital platform, designed for self-directed learning to engage the behaviors in the monthly modules prior to execution and discussion.

    • Open to a statewide audience! 

  • Mastery Learning and Grading Reform Program

    Facilitated by Thomas R. Guskey, Ph.D., Dara Kline and Beth McKee

    The Mastery Learning and Grading Reform Program will include time working with Thomas Guskey, Ph.D. exploring the theory and practice of mastery learning and methods for reframing grading policies and practices. Participants will also have the opportunity to extend the learning and work alongside other school teams and in consultation with CCIU staff on self-selected initiatives to deepen their learning while formulating implementation plans.