Special Education Leadership

Keynote: Refining Your Superpower!

  • June 12th, 2018
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Leadership in education is essential to the overall well-being of a school district. Special education leadership is even more critical to that end. Beyond having good procedures, processes, and practices in place, this empowering and motivating keynote will examine the fundamental principle of trust. Trust becomes a key component for a special education leader’s ability to successfully establish positive working relationships with students and families and how to sustain/enhance those relationships over time. This keynote will encourage special education leaders to embrace the superpower within them and enjoy the journey.

Nichole Kopco, PaTTAN Harrisburg

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