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Facilitation Institute

Create a learning culture worthy of our students and teachers

Develop the skills to effectively support teams for a wide variety of purposes through facilitation. As a facilitator, you will learn to cultivate relationships and nurture a collaborative culture.

In this engaging, expertly facilitated two-day workshop participants learn to craft quality questions, deepen listening skills, wield protocols effectively and navigate group dynamics with intent.

School and district leaders will gain the skills and dispositions to create a learning culture worthy of our students and teachers both.

Will Be Scheduled Soon for 2019-2020

Perfect for

District Leaders and Administrators
School Administrators
Instructional Coaches
Teacher Leaders

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Earn Continuing Education Credit from
Colorado Department of Education
for completing the institute

Registration will open soon! Contact us if you would like to be notified when registration opens.

Learning Objectives

SUPPORT TEAMS

DEVELOP COLLABORATIVE CULTURE

CRAFT QUALITY QUESTIONS

DEEPEN LISTENING SKILLS

USE PROTOCOLS EFFECTIVELY

NAVIGATE GROUP DYNAMICS

Event facilitators

Scott Murphy, MS
Education Director

Scott Murphy joined PEBC in 2011. He consults nationally with an emphasis on leadership, collaboration, and facilitative development. He works with district leaders, principals and teacher leaders on creating engaging environments worthy of our teachers and students. He is a lab facilitator for the Thinking Strategies Institute. Murphy has 24 years of educational experience, having served as high school English teacher, instructional coach, elementary principal and district director of curriculum for Jeffco Schools. He has served as a national facilitator Critical Friends Groups and is the author of the “Future Protocol,” a tool for organizational visioning. He received his Master’s degree in Technical Communication from the University of Colorado at Denver and his bachelor’s in English from San Jose State University.

Moker Quinlan-Klaus, MA
Associate Executive Director of Education

Klaus-Quinlan joined PEBC in 2003, and works nationally with K-12 educators across the content areas. She supports teachers, teams, schools, and districts through coaching, facilitation, and leading professional learning. She co-facilitates the Minds on Math Institute, and Effective Mentoring & Coaching Institute. She has worked extensively with the Boettcher Teacher Residency program as an adjunct professor, clinical supervisor, and coordinator during the expansion to Colorado’s rural San Luis Valley.

She brings her experience as an educator teaching elementary and middle school, as well as serving as a reading specialist, ELL coordinator, mentor teacher and instructional coach. She earned National Board Certification in Early Adolescent English/Language Arts. She earned a Master’s degree in K-12 Literacy from California State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from Brown University.

Registration also includes

Breakfast and Lunch each day

Certificate of attendance for CDE credit

Groups of 6 or more receive a 10% discount on the institute.

More Information

Ashley Ruhl
720-598-5023
[email protected]

Nearby Lodging

Double Tree by Hilton
83 E 120th Avenue
Thornton, CO 80233
303-920-8000

Cancellations & refunds

Registration fees for professional development events cancelled or rescheduled by PEBC, for reasons other than weather or acts of God, are fully refundable. Seat(s) cancelled by registrant with less than 60 days notice from the start date of the professional development event are not refundable. Registrant is responsible for 50% of the registration fee for any seat(s) cancelled with more than 60 days notice from the start date of the professional development event. Unused seat(s) (no-shows) will be considered a cancellation by the registrant and are non-refundable. Registrant is responsible for all costs incurred due to cancellation, regardless of cancellation reason.

Bring PEBC’s Institutes and Seminars to YOUR school or district!

PEBC has revised our most popular institutes so you can experience the same quality professional development at your own school.

Can’t make it to this institute? Here are some other upcoming events

PEBC can present two or four-day institutes at your location and rejuvenate your staff with new instructional and leadership strategies. Because your needs are different, our facilitators will tailor institute content to meet your unique goals.

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March 1, 2019

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April 29-May 2, 2019

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PEBC Cultivate STEM Identity Institute

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June 11, 2019

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To Be Scheduled Soon for 2019-2020

In this engaging two-day workshop participants learn to craft quality questions, deepen listening skills, wield protocols effectively and navigate group dynamics with intent.

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