Events

The Council for Public School Improvement is a public school/university partnership between Kansas school districts and the Kansas State University College of Education.

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Executive Education - The Executive Coach

In the first workshop of our highly interactive and action-oriented program, The Executive Coach, you will explore, learn and use the key leadership competencies to enable you to lead high performance teams and organizations. We will take a step back from your hectic lives to take a personal strategic retreat, which we will repeat one day each quarter; it will be a strategic time-out so you can tune-up your life and business. This is a time to see yourselves and your business with a fresh, "big picture" perspective. With a combination of readings, discussions, cases, assignments, self-reflection and coaching, you will be immersed into a highly rewarding experience, attitudes and action for leading. You will be able to assess your leadership gaps through our leadership self-assessment tools, learn the key leadership competencies, and learn to coach other participants or leaders to produce high-performance results. Russell Disberger, CEO of Aspen Business Group, leads this workshop.

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Food 4 Thought Summer Conference is offered through the Kansas Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom. Participants may choose to attend the full three-day program or one- or two-day options.
Join us on campus for three days and two nights of Wildcat activities for you and your grandchild(ren)! Camp will begin mid-afternoon on Sunday and conclude with brunch on Tuesday. All participants will stay in a suite together in a dormitory and eat in the Derby Food Complex just like a college student. Our semi-structured schedule involves activities from units such as Engineering, Human Ecology, Education, Architecture, and Beach Art Museum. Additional opportunities include swimming and bowling and of course a luscious scoop of Call Hall ice cream! There will be time to explore campus while participating in a scavenger hunt. Make plans now to reunite with campus, do the Wabash, and spell K-S-U! Share your K-State pride while making memories with a special child in your life!
Future teachers will engage in a myriad of exciting and challenging activities designed to stretch and mold their belief of what a great teacher should be.
KELI Seminar

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The Kansas Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom Summer Institute prepares K-12 teachers to integrate agriculture into their classrooms. The courses expose teachers to various agricultural opportunities and provides them with a variety of resources to use when preparing and presenting lesson plans to their students. This fits in well with the state's emphasis on career pathways of which agriculture, food, and natural resources is one. The instituteFintroduces teachers to the variety of agriculture careers available to their students.