Professional Development: “Harness the Power Within” PD Day

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“Harness the Power Within” PD Day

In partnership support from Loyola University Hosted at

Archbishop Curley High School Saturday, March 3, 2018 9-3PM

A day designed for teachers and those who serve in Catholic education in mind! Sponsored by Loyola University and the Archdiocese of Baltimore Catholic Schools Office. Teachers (PK-12), nurses, school counselors and principals sharing best practices through dynamic participant engaging presentations on focus areas like S.T.E.M Integration, Response to Interventions (RTI) Strategies, 21st Century Classroom Environment, Leadership Tools, and so much more. Inspiring keynote speaker(s), relevant vendor booths and fun door prizes and giveaways throughout the day to make this PD opportunity a must attend. Come and be renewed and share the good happening in Catholic education within the Archdiocese of Baltimore!

***Please be sure to bring devices (tablets, laptops, Chromebooks, etc.) to the PD day!

Inspiring Keynote Speakers:

  • Dr. Joshua Smith, Dean of Education, Loyola University Maryland
  • Dr. Myra Smith, is a lecturer of educational leadership at the School of Education, Loyola University Maryland. Her research interests are grounded in professional learning communities (PLCs).

Guest Presenters:

#HarnessthePowerWithin 

  8:15-8:55AM Meet and Greet with Continental Breakfast  
  9:00-9:05AM Prayer and Welcome  
  9:05-9:55AM Keynote -Dr. Joshua Smith, Dean of Education, Loyola University Maryland  
  9:55-10:05AM Break  
  10:05-10:45AM Session I  
  10:50-11:30AM Session II  
  11:30-11:40AM Break  
  11:40-12:30PM Keynote-Dr. Myra Smith, Professor, Loyola University Maryland  
  12:30-1:00PM Lunch and Presentation  
  1:10-2:00PM Session III  
  2:00-2:05PM Break  
  2:05-2:40PM “A Look Ahead” with Professor Elizabeth Monahan, Mount St. Mary’s University  
  2:40-2:55PM End of the Day Giveaways & Wrap-Up Comments  
  2:55-3:00PM Closing Prayer