Are you looking to build capacity of teachers to cultivate deeper learning in their classrooms? Are you looking to build strong leadership teams in schools? Are you looking to reshape classroom practice to include more student voice and choice, and more rigorous and engaging learning work?
If the answer is “yes” to any of the above questions, join us for a series of sessions to learn about human-centered school transformation. Open to K-12 educators, school and district administrator, principals, coordinators and leaders.
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SESSION 1 (February 8) YOU DO NOT HAVE TO ATTEND ALL SESSIONS
- What is human-centered school transformation and how is it different from traditional change efforts
- Challenging the hierarchy with distributed leadership • Exploring culture as a key element of change efforts
SESSION 2 (March 8):
- Creating a deeper learning culture
- Using language to support school change
SESSION 3 (April 5):
- Design and systems thinking as critical tools in the change process
- Building resilience in individuals and in the organization to support deep change
Facilitators: Dr. Linda Henke, former Maplewood-Richmond Heights School District superintendent and co-founder and executive director for the Santa Fe Center for Transformational School Leadership. She will be joined by Dr. Steven Brotherton, former Affton School District superintendent.
Join Us! Register HERE: https://schoolpartnership.wustl. edu/sign-up-for-tli-sessions