Description

The global pandemic will continue to affect schools long after schools reopen. Changes will be required in schedules, student support, faculty support, state standards, and assessments. In this session, participants will: 1) learn about the new model of change leadership, 2) identify the failures of previous change leadership models, 3) evaluate alternative leadership practices, and 4) apply the new model of change leadership to their individual contexts.

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Dr. Douglas Reeves, Creative Leadership Solutions

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The global pandemic has left in its wake traumatized students, families, and educators and fear has been the dominant emotion. The essence of fearless schools is the building of psychologically safe environments where students and educators can learn together, make mistakes with transparency, learn from those mistakes, and engage in consistent innovation, experimentation, and learning. In this session, participants will 1) learn about the impact of psychological safety on learning and leadership, 2) identify the barriers to psychological safety and fearless schools, 3) evaluate alternative practices that lead to or detract from fearless schools, and 4) apply the learning to their individual contexts.

Resource Type

Media, Professional Learning

Type of Audience

Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Systems Leadership

Topic Area

Continuous Improvement, Equity, Governance

KEYWORDS

Leading Forward, Systems Leadership