Here we are again catching up on what goes on Behind the Scenes of "Collaborative Studies" (to learn more about collaborative studies as a whole, visit this link to find out more)! Last week I shared about the practical steps it takes to actually plan one!
In today's episode we'll learn about the face to face sessions that can take place during a collaborative study! This is, by far, one of my favorite blog posts to date! It is applicable and relevant to ANY instructional leader- superintendents, principals, instructional coaches, teacher leaders, and support staff! Today, I'll be sharing about 4 key strategies to mastering face to face sessions that result in an increased culture of collaboration.
In this episode, you'll hear me reference the work of:
Marilyn Friend and Lynne Cook (Interactions: Collaboration Skills for School Professionals)
Liz Wisement, Lois Allen, and Elise Foster (The Multiplier Effect Tapping the Genius Inside Our Schools)
Simon Sinek (Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action)
Have a watch or listen ?? and comment below!
8/15/2021 11:24:09 pm
What an excellent sesson! I am in awe of your insights into offering support for educators to learn and grow! I am going to use the information provided in this session not only for the collaborative studies work I plan to engage in but also to inform other professional learning platforms that I develop for educators and administrators. Thank you so much for the work you do! As someone new to this field and working with other coaches and administrators, I am humbled and inspired!
10/24/2021 02:37:54 pm
Hey Joyce! Thanks for the inspiring comment! Reach out to me and let me know in what ways you use some of the info as you support educators!!
8/30/2021 09:02:43 pm
I am working with my principal on the subject of collective teacher efficacy. The information you are sharing has been so valuable to me as I reflect on this subject.
10/24/2021 02:38:41 pm
Thanks, Joyce!! I appreciate your thoughtful comments!! Great takeaways!
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Welcome! I am Casey Watts- Collaborative Leader and Culture Changer!