This web page was created in order to allow participants to download my professional and scholarly presentations. I have extensive experience with providing presentations before local, state, and national audiences.
Welcoming Presentation at the Superintendent Academy in Traverse City. This is the last session of a wonderful course offered by Dr. Wilmot and the Michigan leadership institute. Presentation by Glenn Maleyko on November 11, 2014.
Youtube Teach Different Link from Video used during the presentation
Water Cycle Video by Bob Attee
Presentation at the MASA office in Lansing on August 11, 2014. This was my final presentation to receive the Michigan Superintendent endorsement.
Poster Board Presentation at the The 37th Annual Conference of The Association for Education Finance and Policy Click Here to download a copy of the paper.
March 15-17, 2012
Hyatt Regency Boston, Massachusetts
Click Here to download a copy of the posterboard presentation.
Glenn Maleyko, Wayne State University. The Impact of NCLB on School Level Accountability. (Co-author: Marytza Gawlik, Florida State University) Presentation Given by Dr. Gawlik. Click Here to Download the paper.
Click Here to Download the dissertation defense presentation that was given by Dr. Maleyko on October 17, 2011 at Wayne State University. Committee members were Dr. Gawlik, Dr. Addonizio, Dr. Letscher, and Dr. Roney.
Click Here to Download the 2011 MACUL conference presentation on March 17th at 1pm at Cobo Hall: The Role of Leadership in Implementing a Technology Integrated Curriculum : Glenn Maleyko, Principal, Wyatt David and Robert Attee, Teachers, Dearborn Public Schools
Click Here to view the MACUL conference presentation on March 18th at 11:30am at Cobo Hall : Implementing School Level Web Sites, Blogs, and Parent Communication: Wyatt David, Teacher, and Glenn Maleyko, Principal, Dearborn Public Schools
Click Here to view the MACUL conference presentation on March 18th at 8:30am titled Enhancing Student Achievement through Technology Integration and Professional Learning Communities Robert Attee, Teacher, and Glenn Maleyko, Principal, Dearborn Public Schools
Professional Learning Community Implementation, Co-teaching and Interventions at Salina Intermediate and DuVall Elementary. Presented before the Wayne County RESA special Education Redesign Committee on October 7, 2009.
Professional Learning Communities and Differentiated instruction. Presented by Glenn Maleyko, Bob Attee, Mohammad Abdelfattah at the Michigan ASCD Differentiated Instruction Conference in Clarkston, MI on August 13, 2009.
Creating A Cultural Shift by Implementing a Model of Instruction that meets the needs of all learners. Presented by Glenn Maleyko at the ICLE Symposium in Honolulu, Hawaii. Glenn Maleyko was recognized as a model school principal by ICLE on a national level during the 2009 school year.
ACreating a Cultural Shift: Professional Learning Community Implementation at Salina Intermediate Presented by Glenn Maleyko and Bob Attee at the ICLE Model Schools Conference in Atlanta, Georgia June 29th and 30th, 2009. Salina Intermediate was recognized as a model school at the Middle School Level before a national audience during the 2009 school year.
October 2008 presentation for Dearborn’s SIP committee:
|On October 31, 2008, a school improvement team presented before Dearborn’s School Improvement Committee. The presentation went very well as the committee members were very excited and complimentary towards the wonderful job that the outstanding faculty and school community having been doing at Salina in order to provide an outstanding educational program for all students. If you are interested in looking at the specific items in the plan, visit Salina’s School Improvement page.|
2008 MACUL conference presentation in Grand Rapids:
The Role of Leadership in Implementing a Technology Integrated Curriculum
|Participants will discover a staff development model that supports technology integration throughout the curriculum. This research based session focuses on the Technology Standards for School Administrators and how a building technology team supports and debates decisions about hardware, software, curriculum, and instruction using the Turning Points Infrared Responsive Card System.|
May 2008 presentation at the Monroe County ISD:
|Salina Intermediate has been developing and redefining their co-teaching process for five years. The recent modifications of their Middle School program have been strongly influenced by the training provided by Dr. Marilyn Friend.|
2007 presentation at PCL conference in Arkansas:
Creating a Cultural Shift: A Comprehensive Literacy Design for English Language Learners
|Team collaboration and common planning time for teachers are essential components of the Salina Intermediate school program that integrates literacy across the curriculum. The purpose of this presentation is to show how the establishment of a Professional Learning Community (PLC) supports the enhancement of the school improvement process.|
American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) National Conference 2008 in Orlando, Florida
Enhancing Foreign Language Acquisition through Multimedia and Technology Integration
|Participants will discover how Salina Intermediate and Becker Elementary have developed a partnership to enhance Arabic Foreign Language Acquisition through the integration of technology throughout the curriculum. This presentation will highlight the process of creating benchmark aligned multimedia projects and the integration of project-based learning utilizing multimedia technology. Presented by Glenn Maleyko and Abdulnasser Ahmed.|
|January 2009 presentation made before administrators, directors and superintendents at the MACOMB ISDCreating a Cultural Shift: Professional Learning Communities||Presented by Glenn Maleyko and Bob Attee. The presentation references research by Doug Reeves, Bob Marzano, Michael Fullan and others.|
March 2009 Presentation at ASCD conference
The Role of Leadership in Implementing a Technology-Integrated Curriculum
|This session will introduce a staff development model that supports the integration of multimedia and technology throughout the curriculum. The key to the model is professional learning communities and the development of a technology team at the building level. The presenter will refer to the ISTE Technology Standards for School Administrators and explain how a building technology team supports and debates decisions about technology integration. Participants will actively engage in the session using an infrared responsive card system.|