SOURCE: Ed Leadership SIMS

Ed Leadership SIMS

January 12, 2016 09:00 ET

Ed Leadership SIMs -- "Coming Soon to an Education Theater Near You" -- Educators Embrace Simulated Training Sessions

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - January 12, 2016) - Ed Leadership SIMs announces that a number of large districts and university programs throughout the country now use simulations to train their principals and administrators. NYC DOE, Lehigh University and Drake University have recently implemented simulated training on their campuses. They now join Gwinnett County, Brevard County, Henry County, Suffolk (VA) and Caledonia Central, among others, finding that leaders need training, too.

Jacqueline Ingratta, PD Coordinator at Brevard County Schools, recently wrote, "We have received nothing, but positive feedback. Every assistant principal in our district (and we have 140) has found these simulations invaluable for their growth as administrators, and especially for those who aspire to become principals. We now have directors and assistant superintendents attending our meetings as they want to see how the simulations work, and the learning that is taking place as a result (read more here.)"

CEO, Mr. Ken Spero, is presenting at the upcoming IGNITE16 -- The National Association of Secondary School Principals Annual Conference (NASSP) in Orlando, FL, February 26-28, 2016.

Mr. Spero's presentation schedule at IGNITE 16:

  • Navigating Suicide: The School Leader's Role (with Janice Case) - Friday, February 26. 2015 from 8:00 AM ET-9:30 AM EST.
  • Leadership Simulations for Professional Development of Experienced and Aspiring School Leaders- Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 8:00 AM ET-9:30 AM EST.

For more on these sessions, check out the NASSP blog.

If you are not going to IGNITE16, You can also catch Ken on two upcoming webinars:

Ken Spero will also be at the AASA Conference in Phoenix, AZ from February 11-13, 2016.

You owe it to your educational personnel to learn more about using these simulations for the benefit of your own district or university classroom.

If you are not able to attend the conference, please contact Kathy Walter, CEO, Nsoma 877-300-6215 and/or to setup a more direct conversation.

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Kathy Walter
    211 W56th St
    Suite 20C
    New York, NY, 10019
    1 (877) 300-6215