54th Annual Pre-Conference Sessions
54th NCSM ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Imagine. Inspire. Influence.
Make an Impact!
2022 Anaheim Pre-Conference Sessions
Sunday, September 25, 2022
Times: 1pm – 5 pm
Enhance your NCSM conference learning experience by signing up to attend one of our special Sunday afternoon pre-conference sessions for leaders.
These pre-conference sessions are a great way to kick off your conference experience, network with other leaders, and take a deeper dive into our recent work and Essential Actions Series from NCSM.
Session 1: Making an Impact: Coaching as a Vehicle to Influence Change
Presented by: Jenny Novak, NCSM Professional Learning Director
Attention BOLD mathematics leaders, teacher leaders and coaches! Bold mathematics leadership and coaching is recognized as one of the most powerful ways to ensure equity, build teacher capacity and increase student learning outcomes.
In this session, we will collectively explore how to build a culture for coaching, engage in active listening and coaching experiences, and develop impactful strategies for challenging coaching situations. Leaders and coaches will examine the following essential questions:
- Imagine: How can I leverage coaching as a vehicle to influence change?
- Inspire: How can I build and enhance my coaching skills to inspire and enhance my coaching relationships?
- Influence: How can I recognize and address unproductive beliefs in coaching conversations to influence change?
- Impact: How can I apply a variety of coaching moves to lead impactful conversations?
If you are a new or experienced coach, teacher leader, or supervisor this pre-conference session will help you to understand the foundational elements of being a BOLD mathematics leader through the NCSM Essential Actions framework and coaching essential actions.
You won’t want to miss this great afternoon of learning and networking with other math leaders!
Session 2: Culturally Relevant Leadership
How Leaders Can Advocate for Culturally Relevant Teaching Practices
Presented by: Pam Seda, NCSM Professional Learning Director and Rebecca Angus, NCSM Marketing Chair
Culturally relevant leaders advocate and expect high-quality equitable mathematics teaching and learning for every student. This requires leaders to make commitments to themselves, their colleagues, and others. In this session, participants will learn specific actions leaders can take that will help them advocate for culturally relevant teaching practices in their sphere of influence.
Online Registration is Now Open.