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The MASA Media Library contains professional development videos and podcasts. These resources come from MASA members and business affiliates. New submissions are welcome. If you would like to record a podcast, use our suggestion form. You must be logged in to access this content.
2013 Michigan Superintendent of the Year, Dr. Cook-Robinson, reflects on her experiences, shares her learning’s, and projects her vision of the future at the MASA Midwinter Conference.
Superintendent Doni Pummell, along with Sean Theisen and Matt Alexander, share the Clare Public School’s WatchDOGS program–“DOGS” being an acronym for “Dads of Great Kids” –a program run by and for dads, targeting and empowering males to take a more active role in the school lives of their students.
Oxford Community Schools' Academy of Engineering & Technology and Middle School Pre-engineering Program
Dr. William Skilling and Dr.
Gabriella Meyers, Mary Johnston, and Catherine Einhaus from Utica Community Schools describe how personalized blended learning increases college readiness in their schools.
Jill Rilley and Stacey Knoll from the Utica Community Schools, discuss how it’s succeeding in its goal to bridge the “skills gap” and develop a technically skilled future workforce to keep jobs and talent in Michigan through the Utica Center for Science and Industry program.
Superintendent Dave Sipka and Joel Selby from the Muskegon Area Intermediate School District discuss the Student Showcase Stage for Performing Arts, a program that celebrates the excellence of the high school experience and is a stepping stone to student’s future careers.
Brian Davis, Superintendent from Holland Public Schools, discusses how they are leading the way in designing a 21st Century infrastructure to support 21st Century learning.
Superintendent H. Ronald Wollen of the Port Huron Area School District describes in detail the Pieces of Pride Program that is part of the Port Huron Central Middle School's Positive Behavior Intervention Support program, which rewards students for good behavior.
Superintendent Ron Wilson recalls his path to Howell Schools, where he became the fifth superintendent in five years. His goal was to refocus the district on student achievement and not dwell on the past.
Using the IGNITE format, a presenter gets 20 seconds per slide and the slideshow is set to auto. This allows the speaker to face the audience and focus on their words rather than spend their time explaining slides.