Paul Mielke, Ph.D.
Wednesday, Feb. 8 — 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Hamilton High School Large Group Area
W220 N6151 Town Line Rd., Sussex
(Please park on the north side of the school and enter through the LGA doors.)
In this entertaining, informative and interactive workshop you will learn what ingredients you need for greater success in your relationships, work and school.
- Feedback: Learn how to better understand and utilize feedback to improve relationships and life goals.
- Growth mindset: Understand the growth mindset, how to encourage it with your children and how it allows them to create their own success.
- Failing forward: Failure is an important ingredient for success. Learn how persistence and resiliency in our lives encourages growth.
- Expertise: Everyone can become an expert in their own right. You will walk away knowing how to motivate your child to become an expert by setting goals through purposeful and meaningful practice.
RSVP required. Please e-mail Hamilton Connects.
Our featured speaker:
Superintendent Paul G. Mielke, Ph.D., is an adjunct faculty member at Cardinal Stritch University where he teaches courses in teacher evaluation and organizational learning. He is author of “Making Teachers Better, Not Bitter” and an expert in growth mindset.
- Doctorate – Leadership for the Advancement of Learning and Service, Cardinal Stritch University, 2012
- Master’s degree – Educational Leadership, Cardinal Stritch University, 2005
- Bachelor of science – University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 1999
- 2016 – Present Superintendent, Hamilton School District
- 2014-16 – Principal, Templeton Middle School
- 2009-14 – Principal, West-Allis Central High School
- 2006-09 – Assistant principal including 2 years as activities and athletic director, Waukesha South High School
- 1999-2006 – English teacher and football coach, Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School