When

Meeting Dates 2018/19:  October 11; November 1; December 6; January 24, February 28; & March 28;

12:30 -5:30

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Annual Costs: $750.00 plus the cost of books.

Individualized, or leadership team meetings can be developed upon request.  Please advise us of your needs.

Where

Antioch University New England 
40 AVON ST
Room 268
KEENE, NH 03431-3516
 

 
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Who Should Attend:

Teachers, Students, Paraprofessionals, School Leaders, Parents, School Board members, Community Activists.


Benefits:

  • Personalized and self-directed 
  • Specific learning by doing and applying
  • Demonstration of new or existing expertise
  • Aligned with specific job embedded application
  • Competency-based
  • Flexible scheduling

 

Contact

For more information about registration:
Laura Thomas
Antioch University New England Center for School Renewal
603-283-2302
lthomas@antioch.edu

For more information about the program contact:
Tom McGuire
Email: Tomprnny@gmail.com
Phone: 631-671-1174

Learn more about our work at prnnyc.org

 

 

The Professional Renewal Network:
Leadership Support for Practicing School Leaders

Presented by Antioch University New England and the Professional Renewal Network

The PRN is designed to support school leadership through monthly cohort meetings.  Utilizing PRN leadership principles, we will work together to bring to the fore various causes of stress in school administration as well as effective coping techniques.  Implications for school districts, enhanced leadership preparation practices, and further research are essential components of professional cohort meetings. Individualized, onsite meetings are available on an individual, or multi-school basis for an additional fee.

Our leadership cohorts are based upon these PRN Essential Principles:

  • Acting with Moral Courage

  • Moving the Vision

  • Curricula expertise

  • Healthy Relationships

  • Community Engagement

Our Core Values of Social Justice, Equity, and Personalized Engagement will guide our work throughout monthly cohort meetings held at AUNE.

The roles of school leaders have become exponentially more complex than just a decade ago. Current research informs us that these following stressors significantly increase job stress:

  • Unpleasant relationships and people conflicts

  • Time constraints and related issues

  • Balance between professional and personal lives

  • Crises in the school

  • Challenging policy demands and overwhelming mandates

  • Budgetary constraints and related issues

  • Fear of failure

  • Negative publicity and dealing with media

PRN Program Features Include:

  • Personalized Professional Renewal Plan

  • Onsite visitations by PRN staff for whole school and individual mentoring

  • Group Readings

  • Design of personalized Action Research projects eligible for AUNE Graduate credits

If three or more school leaders enroll within the same district or geographical area, we will work with you to set up monthly cohorts in your area at no additional cost

The program consists of 6 monthly meetings that are 5 hrs. in duration.  We will foster a retreat like atmosphere for each cohort meeting, while at the same time expecting a high level of focus and discourse using highly effective PRN readings, reflection and personalized professional supports. 

For More Information: Please read about our history and current best leadership practices at: www.prnnyc.org

Please Note: Having been a participant in the Principal Residency Network is not a prerequisite to participate in this professional development