mtSTN: Introduced at TASA 2017 Midwinter Conference

At the Midwinter Conference, TASA is introducing a new learning platform that will be available to all School Transformation Districts.  The platform, mySTN, is a virtual space for campus and district administrators to engage in learning centered around the Mission: School Transformation work, build leadership skills, and cultivate a professional support network.

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Work began on the project that ultimately became mySTN, in the fall of 2015. The initial design was impacted by John Horn, Johnny Veselka, Susan Holley, Denise Collier, and Brandon Core.  Eric Simpson and Mary Kemper continued the work and facilitated the next phase of design with a team consisting of Assistant Principals, Principals (both elementary and secondary), Instructional Specialists, Curriculum Directors, Central Office Administrators, Assistant Superintendents, and Superintendents from districts across Texas.

To learn more, there are two sessions at TASA 2017 Midwinter that will focus on mySTN.

Monday, January 30 (9:30-10:30 a.m.) in Room 14: Transformational Professional Learning — The NEW School Transformation Network Platform

This session will include a presentation by members of the mySTN design team.  Come see how this new professional learning opportunity can move your School Transformation District forward. 

Tuesday, January 31 (10:15-11:45 a.m.) in Ballroom D: mySTN: Hands-on Time With TASA’s NEW School Transformation Network Platform

This session will be facilitated by members of the mySTN design team.  Participants will receive exclusive first access and participate in the beta version of mySTN. 


Attending TASA 2017 Midwinter Conference?  Download the TASA Midwinter Conference mobile app.

Build a personalized schedule; bookmark exhibitors; receive updates to the program; and connect with colleagues.

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Whether you plan to be in attendance at Midwinter or not, follow #TASA17 on Twitter.

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More information will be shared in the coming weeks and months related to mySTN.  Be sure to visit http://www.tasanet.org and follow @TASAnet on Twitter to stay aware of the latest mySTN announcements.

 

 

 

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