Webinar: Six Strategies to Support Your Team

Dawn Scilex and Ashley Kitchen

Six Strategies to Support Your Team

75 minutes

Watch Webinar

Teacher retention is a difficult challenge for school districts nationwide! High turnover negatively impacts student achievement, and remaining teachers experience a heavier workload and lower morale. You need ways to address this quickly.

Get started with our encore presentation in which turnaround principal Dawn Scilex shares strategies and inspirational ideas proven to support school-based teams with teachers at any stage of their career. You’ll leave with ideas for actions at your school as well as downloadable resources you can use immediately! 

In this free webinar, you’ll:

  • Explore ways to increase team collaboration, satisfaction, and retention using six support strategies
  • Learn how to think outside of the box to meet the needs of your team
  • Acquire time-saving resources, including an administrative checklist, collaborative log, and “IEP at a Glance” form
About the Presenters

Dawn Scilex

Education Department Chair, Trinity College
CEO, Targeted Success

Dawn Scilex has proudly served her community as an educator for 27 years. As an administrator during the last 15 years, she has been a strong leader and mentor in the Pasco County School District. Dawn is known for being a turnaround principal who helps schools achieve great success in academics, school culture, and supporting the community. Dawn currently serves as CEO of Targeted Success and is Chair of the Education Department at Trinity College of Florida. She holds a B.S. in Elementary Education and an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership.

Ashley Kitchen

Solution Marketing Manager, n2y

Ashley Kitchen has over 15 years of experience in the field of special education. She served as an intervention specialist in Ohio, teaching students with autism and behavioral/emotional needs in kindergarten through fifth grade. Ashley served as an Associate Professor at the University of Dayton in the Department of Teacher Education and has contributed to curriculum development for the university. She received her Master of Education from the University of Dayton in Educational Leadership.