National Leadership Speaker Series

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HCDE provides customized training and conferences for teachers, administrators and support staff through the Teach and Learning Center. 

Our content area specialists for Leadership are experienced educators who give teachers the training and professional development needed to support academic achievement.  

National Leadership Speaker Series

Leadership Speaker Series is a national speaker series on trends and issues in education designed to help school administrators and leaders enhance their skills and explore new ideas.

See our upcoming workshops offered through the Leadership Speaker Series in the Upcoming Workshops section below: 

Upcoming Workshops

November 2019 December 2019 January 2020 February 2020

November 2019

11/06 - 12670 - PLC+:  The Plus is You  

December 2019

12/11 - 12399 - Learning Forward Coaches Academy  Days 3&4

12/11 - 12484 - Instructional Coach and Teacher Leader Collaboration Days 3&4

 

January 2020

01/13 - 12407 - 4 Day Visible Learning in Mathematics Series with Connie Hamilton

01/13 - 12391 - Visible Learning in the Math Classroom- Day 3: Deep Learning  

01/14 - 12392 - Visible Learning in the Math Classroom- Day 4: Transfer and Learning for All  

01/27 - 12484 - Instructional Coach and Teacher Leader Collaboration

February 2020

02/01 - 12353 - 34th Annual RT Garcia Early Childhood Winter Conference

02/11 - 12399 - Learning Forward Coaches Academy  Days 5&6

02/11 - 12484 - Instructional Coach and Teacher Leader Collaboration Days 5&6

02/24 - 12669 - Making Sense of Learning Transfer

02/26 - 12484 - Instructional Coach and Teacher Leader Collaboration

 

Contact Us

Andrea Segraves, Director
Phone: 713-696-1318
Email: asegraves@hcde-texas.org

Andrea Segraves is the director for the Teaching and Learning Center at HCDE. Before joining HCDE, Segraves served more than 10 years as a campus administrator for Clear Creek ISD. Prior to administration, she was a teacher in both Galveston ISD and Clear Creek ISD. Segraves earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the University of Oklahoma and her master’s degree in educational supervision and administration from the University of Houston-Clear Lake.