This implementation model operationalizes the four sources of efficacy by building expertise through practice that results in mastery experiences for teams. This is an execution-as-learning process in which teams learn protocols as needed through coaching and modeling. This implementation is authentic, organic, and develops a variety of skills and knowledge in context focused on deepening content knowledge.
Schools do not improve one teachers or one principal at a time. Teams are a system's unit of change. They improve through teaming and through effective collaboration. This notion is now front and center with John Hattie's latest VISIBLE LEARNING research that cites collective teacher efficacy (1.57 ES) as one of the greatest influences on student learning.
Impact Teams create the culture and conditions for every teacher every day to answer the question: "What is my impact?" Impact Teams re-energize teacher teams to believe in their collective capacity to make a difference, to immediately and significantly increase not only student learning but also teacher learning. And what is unique in this approach is that it is strategically aligned to classroom practices that develop student self-efficacy as a learner as well.
Learners attending this institute can expect to:
- Define the Impact Team model and unpack the four sources of efficacy
- Understand the components of effective teaming and the research that underpins the Impact Team Model
- Enhance teacher clarity with curriculum, assessment, and the 5 core formative practices
- Learn the attributes of quality evidence
Dr. Paul Bloomberg is a national consultant specializing in school turn around and school transformation. As a school administrator, Dr. Bloomberg was instrumental in turning around three schools in San Diego County. He is also the former director of TIDES, Transformative Inquiry Design for Effective Schools and Systems, a nonprofit based in San Diego, CA. He is an experienced school improvement coach and trainer. Over the past three years he has supported over 10 districts in their transition to Common Core through coaching, professional development, and curriculum support.
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| Full Registration
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Early-Bird Date: 25th June 2018
Cancellation Date: 24th July 2018
The American International School of Johannesburg (AISJ)
Johannesburg, South Africa.
Visa and Health
Refer to the South Africa VISA Information and Exemptions website for information.
Hotel Name: City Lodge Hotel
Physical Address: Cnr Montecasino Boulevard & Witkoppen Roads; Fourways, Johannesburg.
Phone No: +27 11 244 6000
Single Occupancy Rate (Bed & Breakfast): ZAR 882.25
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Hotel – School Transport
The Host School will provide a shuttle to pick participants from the City Lodge Hotel in the morning and provide a return trip in the evening.