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2014 FEA State Officer
The Rodel Foundation: Arizona
FEA Partnership
Icebreaker!!!
Photo Time!!!
Dress Code Guidelines
—  Black suit with black dress
pants or black skirt
—  Skirt length should be a little
below the k...
Dress Code State Officer Portfolios
—  Casual
¡  FEA Shirt
¡  Jeans (No Holes)
¡  Closed Toe Shoes
—  Business Casual...
Calendar of Events Concrete Expectations
—  Run through of events
—  Add dates for Advisory
Board Meetings
—  Schedulin...
Arizona FEA National Conference:
National Leadership Conference: Washington, DC
April 23-26th, 2015
—  Leading the delega...
What not to do! What to do!
—  Cursing
—  Un-Leader like
language
—  Party pics
—  Affiliate with anyone
else who post...
Tools to build your brand
CLASSROOM VISITS &
TRAINING
A U G U S T 9 , 2 0 1 4 : T R A I N I N G
T E A M S W I L L B E A N N O U N C E D T H I S F R ...
Classroom Visits (cont.)
—  Process:
¡  State Officer Trainer receives e-mail requesting visit and
confirms date
¡  Sta...
Arizona FEA 5th of the Month Reports
—  Requirements:
—  Name, school, position, month
—  Accountability Chart/POW item...
Recap of electronic assignments: 

—  Talk Like Ted Book Report
—  Student Leadership Challenge Book
Report
—  Electron...
Arizona FEA Year-at-a-Glance: Debrief
—  Thoughts?
—  Questions?
—  Concerns?
—  Review Expectations
—  One Word to d...
A P E R F E C T P A R T N E R S H I P
CTE & CTSO’s
What’s Happening at the National Level?
—  National Website
—  Social Media for the National FEA
—  Our National Direct...
Build On Playmakers
Selecting an Official Charity for Arizona FEA
Lunch Time: Humble Pie!
Bellwork Time!
—  On a sheet of paper, answer the following questions…
¡  ASU or U of A?
¡  Coffee or Tea?
¡  Cat or d...
Themes: What’s the Point?
Theme Ideas:
—  National Theme: Dive into Education
—  Educators Rising: Take Education Higher
—  An experience like no...
P R E S I D E N T
V P O F M E D I A R E L A T I O N S
V P O F S I T E V I S I T A T I O N S &
C O R R E S P O N D E N C E
...
State Officer Position Selection Process
—  What to Expect
¡  Observations of strengths
and interactions
throughout the ...
Pop Quiz: What’s the #1
Greatest Fear?
Public
Speaking
TALK LIKE TED
—  http://youtu.be/K93fMnFKwfI
—  http://www.ted.com/talks/
tavi_gevinson_a_teen_just_trying_to_figure_it_...
TEDnote
S O U N D B I T E : C R E A T E A T W I T T E R - F R I E N D L Y
H E A D L I N E
Start Small…
—  Create your soundbite, then the 30 sec- 3 minute
elevator pitch, building to your networking speech
•  Who you are
•  What is FEA
•  Why is FEA important to you
•  why a school should start an FEA chapter or Ed
Professions...
Networking Speech Preparation
—  What to expect
—  When will the speeches
be given?
—  Speeches
¡  Run-through
¡  How...
R U N - T H R O U G H S
F O C U S O N P R E S E N T A T I O N N O T C O N T E N T
Networking Speeches
H O W T O R O C K L I N K E D I N
W H Y U S E L I N K E D I N ?
T H I N K - P A I R - S H A R E : H O W C A N L I N K E D ...
H T T P : / /
S L P I S E L F . S T U D E N T L E A D E R S H I P C H A L L E N G E .
C O M / C O D E
What’s Next?
D I N N E R : G A L L O B L A N C O
T E A M B U I L D I N G T I M E ! ! !
H O M E W O R K : W H A T I S T H E...
TUESDAY, JUNE 3RD
2014 State Officer Training
TRI LEADERSHIP
GAME WORKS
LIGHTS OUT
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4TH
2014 State Officer Training
TRI LEADERSHIP
DINNER
STATE OFFICER SELECTION PROCESS
NETWORKING DINNER SP...
THURSDAY, JUNE 5TH
2014 State Officer Training
TEAM PICTURES
DINING EATIQUETE
Program of Work
Work Session
Break Time!
—  What’s Next?
¡  Dinner
¡  Networking Dinner Speeches
¡  State Officer Title Announcements
¡  Team Meet...
D E B R I E F
T H O U G H T S ?
C O N C E R N S ?
Q U E S T I O N S ?
Team Meeting
FRIDAY, JUNE 6TH
2014 State Officer Training
State Officer Role Announcement
President
Vp of media relations
Vp of Site Visitations & correspondence
Vp of conferences ...
P R E P F O R E C M
E X E C U T I V E C O U N C I L M E E T I N G
L E A V E F O R A D E A N D P R E P F O R T H E
N E T W ...
Arizona Future Educators Association 2014 State Officer Training
Arizona Future Educators Association 2014 State Officer Training
Arizona Future Educators Association 2014 State Officer Training
Arizona Future Educators Association 2014 State Officer Training
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  1. 1. 2014 FEA State Officer
  2. 2. The Rodel Foundation: Arizona FEA Partnership
  3. 3. Icebreaker!!!
  4. 4. Photo Time!!!
  5. 5. Dress Code Guidelines —  Black suit with black dress pants or black skirt —  Skirt length should be a little below the knee and never shorter than above the knee —  Blouses should be white and conservative in nature —  Pantyhose should be flauless and conservative in color. Always have an extra pair on hand! —  Basic pumps with 1”-2” heel —  Simple accessories, no face jewelry with the exception of one pair of earrings —  Minimal makeup, conservative tones
  6. 6. Dress Code State Officer Portfolios —  Casual ¡  FEA Shirt ¡  Jeans (No Holes) ¡  Closed Toe Shoes —  Business Casual ¡  Khakis or Black Pants ¡  Polo ¡  Belt and Dress Shoes —  Business Professional ¡  S.O. Uniform ¡  Belt and Dress Shoes ¡  Pearls/Necklace for Women ¡  Ties for Men —  Required for all Officers ¡  Electronic Portfolio ÷  (Click here for example and requirements) ¡  Hard Copy ÷  Table of Contents ÷  Resume ÷  Reflection ÷  Favorite FEA Event ÷  My FEA “Thing” ÷  Other FEA Projects ÷  Letter to the Executive Council ÷  ***Make it look good!!! FEA Additional Guidelines
  7. 7. Calendar of Events Concrete Expectations —  Run through of events —  Add dates for Advisory Board Meetings —  Scheduling conflicts? —  Expectations —  State Officer (S.O) Position Duties —  Book Reports —  State Officer 24/7 —  Attendance at Conferences —  Attendance at State Officer work sessions —  Attendance at Chapter Meetings —  Follow Dress Code —  Accountability Chart Items/Program of Work (POW) —  Compete in Performance Events at Regional's and State —  Keep local advisor up to date —  Stay involved with local chapter —  Good attitude —  Up to Date on E-Mails / Once every 24 hours Arizona FEA’s 2014-15 Year at a Glance
  8. 8. Arizona FEA National Conference: National Leadership Conference: Washington, DC April 23-26th, 2015 —  Leading the delegation —  Nice Notes —  Door Signs —  Schedule ¡  Excursions ¡  Dinners ¡  Meetings
  9. 9. What not to do! What to do! —  Cursing —  Un-Leader like language —  Party pics —  Affiliate with anyone else who posts inappropriate items —  Promote FEA Arizona —  Post appropriate pictures and statuses —  Network with members Social Media
  10. 10. Tools to build your brand
  11. 11. CLASSROOM VISITS & TRAINING A U G U S T 9 , 2 0 1 4 : T R A I N I N G T E A M S W I L L B E A N N O U N C E D T H I S F R I D A Y A T L U N C H E X P E C T A T I O N : 4 - 6 S C H O O L S ( I N C L U D I N G Y O U R O W N )
  12. 12. Classroom Visits (cont.) —  Process: ¡  State Officer Trainer receives e-mail requesting visit and confirms date ¡  State Officer Trainer sends out e-mail to S.O. team asking availability of teams ¡  S.O. arrives at school 20 minutes early for set up ¡  After visit, officers give principal PR packet and discuss FEA benefits ¡  Officers send follow up email to the advisor within 48 hours ¡  Post visit report due to State Officer Trainer within 48 hours
  13. 13. Arizona FEA 5th of the Month Reports —  Requirements: —  Name, school, position, month —  Accountability Chart/POW items —  Communication and Correspondence —  Actions for next month —  X-Factor —  Lessons Learned —  Notes to Coaches —  Quote of the Month
  14. 14. Recap of electronic assignments: —  Talk Like Ted Book Report —  Student Leadership Challenge Book Report —  Electronic Career Portfolio —  Monthly Reports (5th Day) —  Check email every 24 hours
  15. 15. Arizona FEA Year-at-a-Glance: Debrief —  Thoughts? —  Questions? —  Concerns? —  Review Expectations —  One Word to describe YOUR expectations for State Officer Training (SOT) —  Write your responses to each of the bullets above in your notepad. Be prepared to share your responses!
  16. 16. A P E R F E C T P A R T N E R S H I P CTE & CTSO’s
  17. 17. What’s Happening at the National Level? —  National Website —  Social Media for the National FEA —  Our National Director: Dan Brown —  The Smyrna Story —  Ideas at the National Office for Rebranding: Young Educators of America and Educators Rising
  18. 18. Build On Playmakers Selecting an Official Charity for Arizona FEA
  19. 19. Lunch Time: Humble Pie!
  20. 20. Bellwork Time! —  On a sheet of paper, answer the following questions… ¡  ASU or U of A? ¡  Coffee or Tea? ¡  Cat or dog? ¡  If you had a ticket to fly to any place in the world, where would you go?
  21. 21. Themes: What’s the Point?
  22. 22. Theme Ideas: —  National Theme: Dive into Education —  Educators Rising: Take Education Higher —  An experience like no other —  Charged up to teach —  Plugged into education —  Ignite the education experience —  Others????
  23. 23. P R E S I D E N T V P O F M E D I A R E L A T I O N S V P O F S I T E V I S I T A T I O N S & C O R R E S P O N D E N C E V P O F C O N F E R E N C E S & T R A I N I N G R E V I E W “ A L L O F F I C E R S ” R E S P O N S I B I L I T I E S State Officer Roles and Responsibilities
  24. 24. State Officer Position Selection Process —  What to Expect ¡  Observations of strengths and interactions throughout the week ¡  Tri Leadership, CTSO Directors & Trainers Input ¡  Written Responses ¡  Find out Friday before lunch!
  25. 25. Pop Quiz: What’s the #1 Greatest Fear?
  26. 26. Public Speaking
  27. 27. TALK LIKE TED —  http://youtu.be/K93fMnFKwfI —  http://www.ted.com/talks/ tavi_gevinson_a_teen_just_trying_to_figure_it_ou t —  http://www.ted.com/talks/ amy_purdy_living_beyond_limits
  28. 28. TEDnote S O U N D B I T E : C R E A T E A T W I T T E R - F R I E N D L Y H E A D L I N E
  29. 29. Start Small… —  Create your soundbite, then the 30 sec- 3 minute elevator pitch, building to your networking speech
  30. 30. •  Who you are •  What is FEA •  Why is FEA important to you •  why a school should start an FEA chapter or Ed Professions class •  Why a student should join FEA •  and/or why you want to pursue a career in education •  How is education a part of every career and society in general? H T T P S : / / W W W . Y O U T U B E . C O M / W A T C H ? V = I 6 O 9 8 O 2 F R H W Your 30 sec to 3 min elevator pitch should be tailored to answer the following and adjust to a given situation:
  31. 31. Networking Speech Preparation —  What to expect —  When will the speeches be given? —  Speeches ¡  Run-through ¡  How do you feel? ¡  Feedback —  What to look for when reviewing ¡  Your FEA Story ¡  Favorite FEA Goal ¡  Goals for the Year ¡  “Aha” Moment
  32. 32. R U N - T H R O U G H S F O C U S O N P R E S E N T A T I O N N O T C O N T E N T Networking Speeches
  33. 33. H O W T O R O C K L I N K E D I N W H Y U S E L I N K E D I N ? T H I N K - P A I R - S H A R E : H O W C A N L I N K E D I N B E B E N E F I C I A L F O R F E A S T A T E O F F I C E R S ? Linkedin Profiles
  34. 34. H T T P : / / S L P I S E L F . S T U D E N T L E A D E R S H I P C H A L L E N G E . C O M / C O D E
  35. 35. What’s Next? D I N N E R : G A L L O B L A N C O T E A M B U I L D I N G T I M E ! ! ! H O M E W O R K : W H A T I S T H E M O S T P O P U L A R T E D T A L K ? W H A T M A D E I T M E M O R A B L E ? W A T C H T H E T E D T A L K A N D B E P R E P A R E D T O S H A R E 3 S O U N D B I T E S F R O M T H E T A L K L I G H T S O U T !
  36. 36. TUESDAY, JUNE 3RD 2014 State Officer Training TRI LEADERSHIP GAME WORKS LIGHTS OUT
  37. 37. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4TH 2014 State Officer Training TRI LEADERSHIP DINNER STATE OFFICER SELECTION PROCESS NETWORKING DINNER SPEECHES LIGHTS OUT
  38. 38. THURSDAY, JUNE 5TH 2014 State Officer Training TEAM PICTURES DINING EATIQUETE
  39. 39. Program of Work Work Session
  40. 40. Break Time! —  What’s Next? ¡  Dinner ¡  Networking Dinner Speeches ¡  State Officer Title Announcements ¡  Team Meeting ¡  Lights Out
  41. 41. D E B R I E F T H O U G H T S ? C O N C E R N S ? Q U E S T I O N S ? Team Meeting
  42. 42. FRIDAY, JUNE 6TH 2014 State Officer Training
  43. 43. State Officer Role Announcement President Vp of media relations Vp of Site Visitations & correspondence Vp of conferences & training Congratulations!
  44. 44. P R E P F O R E C M E X E C U T I V E C O U N C I L M E E T I N G L E A V E F O R A D E A N D P R E P F O R T H E N E T W O R K I N G D I N N E R ! Agenda for the Day

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