SCOE 21CSLA: Communities of Practice
The SCOE 21CSLA Communities of Practice are groups of educational leaders who share a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact on a regular basis. Using continuous improvement principles, communities will interact regularly to focus on shared/individualized problems of practice to learn new and better ways to accomplish their professional and organizational goals.
- Use continuous improvement principles to move theory into practice
- Collaborate with professionals who have a shared interest in improving professional practices
- Expand knowledge, tools, and resources about a shared problem of practice
- Develop stronger solutions by including peer perspectives
Spring Community of Practice Opportunities:
- The Three C's of Staff Culture: Connection, Coaching, and Celebration
- Advancing System Capacity to Support Educators of Color
- Shaping Collaborative Teams: Leading a Culture of Truth-Telling, Risk-Taking and Transparency
- Leading Beyond Suspension (accepting applications on an on-going basis)
- Teacher Leaders: Teachers who primarily work outside of the classroom to support other teachers (Instructional Coach, TIC/TOSA, Department/Committee Chair, Coordinator, etc.)
- Site Leaders: Principals and Co-Administrators (Assistant/Vice Principal, Dean, Counselor, etc.)
- Central Office Leaders: Certificated and Classified District and County Office Administrators (Superintendent, Asst./Assoc. Superintendent, Director, Coordinator, Program Specialist, etc.)
SCOE 21CSLA Professional Learning Modules are offered at no cost for qualifying applicants.
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The SCOE School of Education is committed to diversity and inclusion through the intentional recruitment and support of educators with diverse ethnicity and backgrounds representative of our region.