You have collaboration time scheduled. Now what?
Are your professional learning communities and Instructional Leadership Teams going beyond planning and progress monitoring to promoting adult learning that leads to improvement in instructional practices?
Our playbook Leading by Learning is a guide to build a vibrant adult learning culture in service of equity. Published in the Spring of 2020, when we were Mills Teacher Scholars, our next edition will be coming out in Spring 2021 by Lead by Learning, stay tuned!
Teacher and Leader learning that leads to improved opportunities for students across a system requires more than curricular training, program implementation, and dashboard monitoring. It requires a collaborative, disciplined curiosity about what is happening for learners inside classrooms. It requires learning conversations grounded in empathy, relevant data, and shared responsibility that allow us to confront our implicit biases and build awareness of our effectiveness.
With our playbook, you will
- Learn about 4 key mindsets and 4 key practices that work together to create the conditions for adult learning
- See examples of Lead by Learning’s key practices in action
- Be ready to try something new to support adult learning at your next meeting