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Collective Efficacy: A School Community’s Approach to Positively Affecting Students
What is it, specifically, that instructional leaders and teachers do to support and implement Collective Efficacy? In this interactive and engaging session, participants will learn how teacher and leadership efficacy can make a significant difference to student learning. Collective Teacher Efficacy (CTE) represents the overall belief of a school and its teachers that they can positively affect students. Is it possible for teachers and leaders to have a more significant influence on student achievement when they combine their collective efforts? CTE is a construct that focuses on a shared belief by faculty that together they can improve the lives of the students they serve. It simply means that we can be effective, and when we are, it boosts our self and collective efficacy.
Join NHASCD in welcoming Steve Ventura at this three-part virtual series on October 6, 8, and 13, 2020.
Cost: $50 for NHASCD/Maine ASCD Members; $75 for non-members.
The podcast, Language, Choice and Balance: A Conversation with Mike Anderson has been moved to the Resources area of this website.
All sessions are held at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH.
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