Catapult Learning is a proud corporate partner ofthe National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA). The event begins on April 3rd and concludes on the 5th in Cincinnati, Ohio.
During NCEA, Catapult Learning will be presenting at two conference sessions:
1. International Perspective on Catholic Education (Session #1113) – Fr. Ron Nuzzi: Educators around the world are known to be diligent workers, busy about so many tasks, and fully immersed in their schools and classrooms. Visiting another school nearby is often a challenge, and few have opportunities to travel abroad professionally. This session speaks to the need of educators to learn from colleagues internationally, highlights the universality of the Catholic faith, and features five international leaders who will compare and contrast the successes and challenges facing Catholic schools in the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.
2. Leadership That Creates Sustainable Instructional Change (Session #2041) – Lee Anne Housley: We will examine the leadership behaviors needed to create sustainable instructional changes and the research behind them. Utilizing the research on leadership, culture, change management, instruction, assessment, and curriculum, we will present the process used by the Archdiocese of Galveston- Houston to plan for and implement instructional changes at their thirteen inner city schools and across their system. Specific strategies and leadership behaviors will be shared in an interactive format so that participants can examine and apply them to their own schools and systems.
If you are attending, we hope you are able to make one of our sessions. Don’t forget to stop by our booth for more information about Catapult Learning. Take a peek at our new STEM curriculum and other materials we have been working on!