Fostering Collective Efficacy Institute
October 5-6, 2022
Join us for this Institute in beautiful New Orleans!
October 5-6, 2022
8:30 am - 3:30 pm Central Time
Hilton Garden Inn
New Orleans Convention Center
1001 South Peters St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
COST / REGISTER
Success in schools lies in the strength of believing that through their combined efforts, principals and their faculty can accomplish great things for the learning lives of students. When educators share a sense of collective efficacy it results in greater job-satisfaction, resilience, implementation of evidence-based practices, and impact. In this two day session, participants will understand what collective efficacy is and why it’s important. In addition to developing a common understanding of collective efficacy, participants will understand the sources that shape efficacy beliefs and begin to determine how to tap into these sources to realize collective impact. Participants will also consider the enabling conditions for collective teacher efficacy and determine strengths in their current environment, along with areas to focus improvement efforts. Participants will leave with a plan and actionable steps to strengthen collective teacher efficacy.
Dr. Jenni Donohoo is a five-time best-selling author and professional learning facilitator with more than 25 years’ experience in leading school change. Jenni works in school divisions across the globe supporting high-quality professional learning designed to improve outcomes for all students. As the Director of the Jenni Donohoo Center for Collective Efficacy, Jenni has been recognized internationally as an educational thought leader. She has a PhD in Educational Studies and Supervisory Officer Qualifications and has taught in elementary, secondary, and post-secondary schools.
Book Your Hotel for the Conference!
A conference rate of $199/night has been arranged for conference attendees at the Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans Convention Center.
Nicole Mashock has 17 years of experience in public education in which she has enjoyed working as a middle school Business Education Teacher, an instructional technology coach, and a founder and teacher at a 6-12, STEM project-based learning charter school where she specialized in literacy-based instruction. Nicole is the Associate Director of the Learner FIRST SOAR Center.
Dr. Christine Anderson
Dr. Christine Anderson has been a curriculum leader serving multilingual learners in West Aurora School District 129 (IL) since 2012. She also serves as an adjunct faculty for the Teaching Diverse Learners graduate degree program at Aurora University. In both roles, she coaches experienced educators in leading teams through the curriculum development, evaluation, and change process and in creating a culture of inclusivity and belonging in their classrooms and schools. She spent the early years of her career as an English teacher specializing in ESL/Bilingual-Spanish education for students from all over the world.