Developing and Facilitating Collaborative Groups
July 23–July 28, 2011
A Leadership Institute for Creating and Sustaining
Professional Learning Communities
Jane Ellison, Co-Director, Center for Cognitive CoachingSM
Dr. Robert Garmston, Co-Developer of Adaptive Schools
Learn how to build collaborative professional cultures that improve student achievement. This practical leadership institute immerses you in a supportive and stimulating seminar environment to explore the latest findings in developing strong professional learning communities that share collective responsibility for student learning.
You will acquire new conceptual maps, increased confidence, and expanded strategies for strengthening adult working groups. Join us to extend your skills in promoting a spirit of collective inquiry within groups, resolving conflict, developing consensus and harnessing collaborative energies toward sustained improvement.
This learning experience is specially designed for educators who conduct meetings, serve on work teams, site councils, decision-making groups and faculty committees. Site based and district leadership teams are encouraged to attend.
You will develop:
The registration fee includes attendance at the seminar, all printed material, and daily refreshments. Travel and lodging are not included. Lodging information is provided in the registration package.
For more information regarding Summer Leadership Institute registration, please contact Lisa Joseph, Office Manager, by telephone at 303–683–6146 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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