Minnesota Association of School Administrators (MASA)

As part of our strategic plan to deliver a multi-tiered system of professional development that meets the individualized learning goals of all members, we have partnered with Infinitec.  Many districts have elected district-wide membership with Infinitec.  This site provides MASA members access to select ExpertEase video presentations addressing administrative leadership topics by known educators, administrators, and leadership experts.  Watch these videos for your personal professional development and engage your staff in discussions surrounding critical topics.

We’re also pleased to provide five videos which specifically target areas of teacher licensure.

• Go to www.myinfinitec.org
• Click Register at top right
• Enter requested registration information and check
• I am a member of the Minnesota Association of School Administrators


After completing registration, locate videos in the Online Classroom, under MASA Leadership.


Current Titles:

• Using Data for Instructional Decision-Making and Continuous School Improvement

presented by Amy LaBarre, Continuous School Improvement Administrator, Paul Bunyan Education Cooperative

• Concerns and Challenges of Mental Health in Education
presented by Jan Ostrom, MS, LP, BCBA Partner, Licensed Psychologist, Brih Design, LLC
and Wendy Selnes, MA, BCBA Partner, Senior Behavior Analyst

• Retirement Straight Talk-What Do I Want from this New Life?
presented by Don Draayer, Retired Superintendent, Minnetonka

• The 95/5 Dilemma: (Helping communities understand how ALL schools are doing!)
presented by Gary Amoroso, Executive Director, Minnesota Association of School Administrators

• You Can Make a Difference and Know It...Evidenced-Based practice in Reading Instruction
presented by Deb Lyons, Principal, Cottage Grove School, Monona Grove School District, Monona, Wisconsin

• iPad Pedagogy: Using iPads as the Ultimate Tool of Formative Assessment
presented by Robert Reetz, Instructional Strategies Facilitator, Irondale High School, Mounds View Schools

• It’s 25% What You Say and 75% How You Say It: How Your Communication Skills Impact Your Success as a Leader
presented by Renae Ouillette, Director of Special Services, Lakeville Area Schools

• The Bird’s Eye View of PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports)
presented by Christina Bemboom, Director of Special Education, Little Falls Schools

• Building a Culture of Instructional Leadership
presented by Jane Sigford, Education Consultant, Plymouth

• Response to Intervention (RtI) Implementing a Multi-Tiered System of Supports
presented by Kim Gibbons, Executive Director, St. Croix River Education District