Webinar 1: Virtual Instructional Leadership: How to create practice from theory during a Pandemic
School communities have been rocked by pandemic teaching and learning. It has been a complicated time to focus on academic learning, at the same time so many struggle with social-emotional stressors of what is happening in the world. After two months of going through the five stages of grief and finding that this is our new normal for into the autumn term, there is no better time for leaders to focus on instructional leadership and take their schools from pandemic teaching to virtual learning. In this session, Peter DeWitt, will utilise the research he has been doing during the pandemic which includes the survey results from hundreds of students, teachers and parents, and providing those findings through the lens of 6 key categories of instructional leadership.
13th July 2020, 14:00pm
Webinar 2: Using a Program Logic Model during Covid-19
Teachers and leaders are working so hard right now to engage students in pandemic learning. Despite teaching through a virtual format from their kitchen tables and couches, teachers are trying to bring students some sort of normalcy during a very complicated time. As this pandemic teaching experience continues into the autumn, what should schools do to engage students in more meaningful ways that can help develop independence and foster deeper learning? Peter will guide participants through a program logic model so they can use their own evidence to understand where to start making deeper changes to the learning experiences of students.
15th July 2020, 14:00pm
Webinar 3: TBA
Full information on this session is coming soon.
17th July 2020, 14:00pm
All of the webinars will be recorded and made available to you in case you cant make one of them.
This course is aimed at Head Teachers, MAT/TSA Leaders, SLT and Instructional Coaches