Past Webinars

To support the implementation of school climate frameworks and research-based practices, we have created the web-based resources below. The content below are designed to provide an overview of concepts, challenges and barriers, recommendations for practice, tools and resources for further learning. They may be viewed independently (e.g. self-directed learning) or as a team for planning or internal professional development purposes. Webinars are grouped into six categories representing key focus areas: Restorative Practices, Chronic Absenteeism, Trauma-Informed Approaches, Data-Based Decision Making, Grant Information and Leadership. Session descriptions, speaker/presenter information, and dates are described for each webinar. Handouts or materials included in the presentation are available to download. Click on a topic below to learn more – and don’t forget to check our Upcoming Events to register for future offerings!

Leadership

June 1, 2020

Part 1 - The Basics of Adaptive Leadership

Rebecca Shea, Senior Professional Development Specialist, Measurement Incorporated

This session will explore the basic understandings of adaptive and technical challenges in our school communities.  This begins a series that is sequential in nature and attendance is encouraged at all three sessions, if possible, for a comprehensive understanding of Adaptive Leadership.

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June 8, 2020

Part 2 – The Art and Science of Adaptive Leadership Practices

Rebecca Shea, Senior Professional Development Specialist, Measurement Incorporated

This session will build off of Part I: The Basics of Adaptive Leadership - Getting Started as we identify ways to mobilize the system and support adaptive challenges in our school communities.

Participants will be able to:

  1. Explore the seven behaviors of adaptive leadership that support school communities as they embark on change initiatives

  2. Identify ways to design effective interventions to support various stakeholders’ voice and perspective

  3. Examine a current change initiative you are responsible for implementing as a personal activity to identify how to support and guide others through adaptive challenges

  4. Analyze ways to productively orchestrate conflict and build an adaptive culture that is reflective and supports continuous learning as an iterative process for your school community

Materials to post (attached):

  • Strategies to Productively Orchestrate Conflict

  • Managing the Change

  • Qs for Planning Ahead & Managing the Change

  • Do Now – Do Next – Do Later

  • Plan B: Mobilizing Support

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June 15, 2020

Part 3 – Understanding Your Role in Cultivating an Adaptive Culture through Complex Change

Rebecca Shea, Senior Professional Development Specialist, Measurement Incorporated

This final session of our three-part series will build off of Part I: The Basics of Adaptive Leadership - Getting Started and Part II: The Art and Science of Adaptive Leadership Practices as we see the system and utilize practical applications of Adaptive Leadership to support our school communities.

Participants will be able to:

  1. Apply Adaptive Leadership to support our school communities.

  2. Understand the roles you play in applying Adaptive Leadership practices

  3. Effectively articulate and stay connected to your purposes throughout the change process as you lead your school community

  4. Engage courageously with conversations that value all voices and create shared collaboration with complex change initiatives

  5. Inspire people by speaking from your heart to help your school community thrive as you cultivate a supportive network for all your stakeholders

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