Istation is hosting a live Webinar on Thursday, October 12 at 2 p.m. EDT to give you the skills and information you need when soliciting buy-in for new program initiatives. This Webinar is a must-see for any school or district looking to create a culture of high expectations and increased job satisfaction among faculty.
Educational leaders from Lee’s Summit R-7 School District in Missouri will join us for this Webinar as the experts in rolling out district-wide initiatives. Our guest speakers will be Dr. Katie Collier, Associate Superintendent of Instruction and Leadership, and Anne Stichnoth, K-6 English Language Arts Curriculum Specialist. Learn more about these extraordinary leaders at the end of this post!
The mission of Lee’s Summit is to “prepare each student for success in life.” In order to achieve this, administrators implemented a robust district-wide Response to Instruction model, providing intervention for students to support them in achieving their learning goals. The initiative was successfully rolled out to 18 elementary schools, involving over 400 faculty and staff in the process. Learning from their experience and success can help you achieve the same!
Listen to the recording of the Webinar by clicking the button below.
Meet the Speakers
Dr. Katie Collier, Associate Superintendent of Instruction and Leadership
Dr. Katie Collier has served as a special education teacher, an elementary classroom teacher, a district coordinator of gifted education, an elementary school principal, and as an assistant superintendent of elementary instruction. She is passionate about the growth of all individuals in educational organizations, facilitating learning for students and staff alike.
In her current role as Lee's Summit's Associate Superintendent of Instruction and Leadership, Dr. Collier facilitates leadership development of school and district leaders. She also oversees the district’s pre-K through 12th grade instructional program. Dr. Collier received a bachelor of arts in elementary education at Northwest Missouri State University. She completed her master of arts in elementary administration at the University of Missouri - Kansas City and obtained her doctor of education in educational leadership from Baker University in Kansas.
Anne Stichnoth, K-6 English Language Arts Curriculum Specialist
Anne Stichnoth believes our best path to creating readers and writers is through authentic literacy experiences that honor learners’ strengths and challenge them to achieve more than they thought possible. Stichnoth told us, “it does not get much easier than with Istation. If I can figure out how to use it, then anyone can. It’s so intuitive . . ..”
Stichnoth has over 20 years’ experience at both the classroom and district levels. She earned a bachelor of arts in elementary education from The University of Iowa and completed her masters of science in curriculum and instruction at The University of Kansas.
In her current role, Stichnoth facilitates the development and implementation of Lee Summit’s literacy curriculum, assessment, and programming. She has the privilege of supporting over 400 teachers and leading professional learning opportunities that focus on meaningful practices that impact student learning.
Listen to the recorded Webinar here.