Dates: April 28, 2021 (9:00 am to 3:30 pm) and June 9, 2021 (9:00 am to 12:00 pm)
Intended Audience: K-12 Educational Leaders, including Superintendents, Site Administrators, and Teacher Leaders
Since March 2020, educational leaders have spent much of their time focusing on the immediate needs of their schools and districts. As we move forward into the new school year, leaders can use lessons learned during the pandemic to develop best practices that improve outcomes for students in a post-pandemic world.
This two-part webinar is designed to help school leaders:
think critically about their district, school, or program
collaborate with others in structured conversations
get creative in developing solutions
communicate with all stakeholders
Part 1: This 6-hour course will help participants identify areas of strength and improvement within their system, develop a plan for stakeholder input and buy-in, and provide strategies for using research and data in the process.
Part 2: This 3-hour course provides a follow-up for participants. Topics will include identifying barriers to success, coping with resistance, and celebrating the improvement process.
Throughout the workshop we will explore the collective wisdom of great educational and leadership thinkers such as Liz Wiseman, Michael Fullan, Elena Agilar, John Hattie, Simon Sinek, BJ Fogg, and Brene Brown.
Establish a clear post-pandemic”why” for your district, school, or program
How to use the 4 Cs (Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Creativity, and Communication) as tools for system change
Leadership, coaching, and community-of-practice techniques and protocols that can be immediately applied in a variety of settings
How educational research, and analysis of the right data sources help leaders create system change
How to empower others to help change the system
|Establish a clear post-pandemic"why" for your district, school, or program|
|How to use the 4 Cs (Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Creativity, and Communication) as tools for system change|
|Leadership, coaching, and community-of-practice techniques and protocols that can be immediately applied in a variety of settings|
|How educational research, and analysis of the right data sources help leaders create system change|
|How to empower others to help change the system|
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