Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Carousel of Panels offers multiple-panel alternative

The event was well attended at the 2015 Conference.
The 2016 Joint Annual Conference will feature 33 presentations as part of its Carousel of Panels. This alternative to the traditional panel presentation format allows guests to attend multiple panels in one time slot and in one location.

Each of the presentations will be offered three times in a one hour and 45-minute time block, scheduled from 1:30 to 3:15 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Sheraton Grand Chicago. This year’s panel topics and presenters include:

  • Multi-School Bus Bids: Save Student Time and District Money — Peru ESD 124/Zukowski Law Offices
  • 1:1 Devices: Zero to 4,000 at Warp Speed — Central CUSD 301
  • Performance Contracting RFPs: An Alternative Approach — Oak Lawn-Hometown SD 123
  • Libraries: 21st Century Hubs for Student Learning — Huntley Community SD 158
  • A Journey Towards Trauma-Informed Schools — Calumet Public SD 132
  • Visibility Matters! Contributing to a Positive Climate — Manteno CUSD 5
  • Thriving with Community Eligibility Program Breakfast — Beach Park SD 3
  • Know Your School Facilities? Conduct Facility Audits — Eastern Illinois University/FGM Architects, Inc.
  • Transform Learning Centers into STEM Learning Hubs— McHenry CCSD 15
  • Integrating Adaptive Life Skills in School/Community — Flanagan-Cornell Unit District 74
  • Building a Gold-Circle Early Childhood Program — Mannheim SD 83
  • Partnering with Purpose: A Pathway to Trust — Oak Lawn-Hometown SD 123
  • Why Data Privacy Matters: Guarding Against Intruders — Dykema Gossett PLLC/THSD 113 (Highland Park)/Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc.
  • Enhancing Superintendent/Board of Education Relations — Eastern Illinois University
  • External Partnerships to Expand Student Experience — Huntley Community SD 158
  • #FutureReadyLearning — Homer CCSD 33C
  • Innovative Approach to Collaborative Goal Setting — CHSD 230 (Orland Park)
  • Rethinking RtI: Sustaining Implementation for Success — Manteno CUSD 5
  • Research on Redesigning Principal Preparation in Illinois — Illinois Education Research Council, SIU-E/University of Chicago Consortium on School Research
  • Top School Construction Problems and Solutions — Robbins Schwartz
  • Perspectives of Parents of Black Children— Eastern Illinois University
  • Student Success Through Effective Community Relations — McLean Co. Unit District 5/Champaign CUSD 4
  • Building Collaborative Relationships with Your Union — Manteno CUSD 5
  • Boosting Student Growth: GRR and Cooperative Learning — Woodridge SD 68
  • Going Open: Path to Open Educational Resources — Northern Illinois University/DeKalb CUSD 428/Creston CCSD 161
  • Personalized Professional Learning for All Staff — CCSD 93 (Bloomingdale)
  • Activating Young People to Create Inclusive Opportunities — Special Olympics Illinois/Prospect Heights SD 23
  • School Greenhouses/Gardens Add Value to Communities — Waterloo CUSD 5/Facilitating Coordination in Agricultural Education
  • Empowering Students and Community with Workplace Readiness — Hononegah CHSD 207
  • Unilateral Implementation of a CBA: Retroactive Compensation — Country Club Hills SD 160
  • Collaborative College/Career Readiness Initiatives: IRISE and Beyond — CEC/IRISE/McKendree University
  • Restorative Justice: Apply SB 100 Effectively — Cook County SD 154/Hauser Izzo, LLC
  • Leadership Practices Inventory: The Leadership Challenge — Eastern Illinois University

Note: IASB would like to thank the law firm of Hauser Izzo, LLC for sponsoring the Carousel of Panels at the 2016 Joint Annual Conference.