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Atlas Leadership Cohort

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Bring a team to collaborate and build your curriculum process!

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Throughout this cohort, participants will learn how to create a strong foundation for their curriculum process, while collaborating with other educators and exploring examples from various schools and districts.

These 4 interactive virtual sessions (with asynchronous, guided activities in between) will provide participants with resources and examples from other schools and districts. As your team outlines their curricular strategic plan, you will have the opportunity to receive feedback from others in the group and brainstorm strategies unique to your school or district needs.

The overarching goal for this online leadership cohort is to walk away with a completed strategic plan to guide you in implementing a strong curriculum process. The main goals for each of the four sessions are as follows:

SESSION 1: Curriculum Process Foundations

January 20, 2022 | 12:00-2:00pm GMT -5 (New York) | 5:00-7:00pm GMT (London)

The goal of this session is to build background on the key elements in a curriculum process. During this session and in your follow-up work, you will:

  • Draft a vision statement and goal statement for the next 3 years
  • Explore ways to configure Atlas to achieve your school and district curriculum goals and support and an ongoing process
  • Review your unit template(s)

Materials: Bring your existing strategic plan, school mission statement, and/or school goals

SESSION 2: Using Atlas Reports to Support your Curriculum Process

January 27, 2022 | 12:00-2:00pm GMT -5 (New York) | 5:00-7:00pm GMT (London)

The goal of this session is to learn the ins and out of how to use Atlas reports to support curriculum development and review.

  • Identify how to leverage these reports and use the data to drive your ongoing curriculum process.
  • Guided work time to use reports to investigate your current curriculum and to practice running reports

Materials: Bring your existing strategic plan, school mission statement, and/or school goals

SESSION 3: Unpack Goals into Actionable Steps

February 3, 2022 | 12:00-2:00pm GMT -5(New York) | 5:00-7:00pm GMT (London)

The goal of this session is to break your larger vision and goals into a specific timeline with concrete outcomes.

During this session and in your follow-up work, you will:

  • Receive feedback on your template and goals
  • Identify key roles and responsibilities to guide your process
  • Outline a timeline and PD plan to successfully implement your vision

Materials: Bring your school calendars and PD schedule

SESSION 4: Finalize Your Plan: Feedback & Resources

February 10, 2022 | 12:00-2:00pm GMT -5 (New York)* | 5:00-7:00pm GMT (London)*

*With an hour available for follow up conversations immediately after the session

The goal of this session is to share your plans, receive feedback from the cohort, and walk through additional ways to support teacher buy-in. We will also share sample resources that can be adapted to meet your needs.

During this session you will:

  • Share strategic plans and receive feedback from the cohort
  • Create resources to support your process, such as a rubric or style guide

Materials: Bring your curriculum plans and any existing resources, such as a curriculum rubric


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Presented by Dr. Elizabeth Clarkson and Marie Mugabe from Faria Education Group

Dr. Elizabeth Clarkson is a Professional Development Facilitator at Faria Education Group. She guides diverse groups of educators through processes related to curriculum development, instructional strategies, leadership, and data analysis. Elizabeth has been involved in US public and private education, community non profit, and international education work for 20 years as a teacher, literacy coach, and senior administrator. Her driving passion focuses on building capacity in strong curriculum processes that will ultimately lead to positive and successful cognitive and emotional student outcomes. She strongly believes healthy and student-centered relationships are the foundation for successful schools and communities. Elizabeth completed her BS and MA degrees in Early Childhood Education and Educational Psychology and received her Ed.D in Educational Leadership.

Marie Mugabe is a Professional Development Facilitator at Faria Education Group. She currently consults with schools internationally and domestically, supporting teachers and administrators in curriculum development and educational practice. Marie has had many roles in her educational career, including: classroom teacher, ELD specialist, program director, curriculum developer and university professor. Her passion is finding new ways to leverage students’ assets in the classroom and ensuring that all students have access to authentic and rigorous curriculum. Marie earned her Educational Master’s degree from George Fox University in Portland.

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$129 per person or 4 for $400

If you are a Title I school or receive Title I funds for your school, you can receive special pricing. Please email events@fariaedu.com for more information.

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Faria was founded in 2006 to transition schools from paper onto a curriculum-focused learning platform. Today, Faria powers curriculum for over 10,000 schools & districts and 3 million students with a suite of 3 services. ManageBac for curriculum planning, assessment and reporting, OpenApply paperless admissions, and Atlas for curriculum management.

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