This webinar will focus on the impact that educator roles, professional learning and collaboration have on quality teaching. Tim Cusack, Deputy Superintendent, Edmonton Catholic Schools and Vince Bustamante, Social Studies Consultant and Author, Edmonton Catholic schools will present perspectives on how the pillars of high school redesign are rooted in best practices. It is the implementation of these best practices that will impact teacher and leader collective efficacy.
Tim Cusack Ed.D. serves Edmonton Catholic Schools as its Deputy Superintendent. His Ed.D research which focused on understanding the self-efficacy of assistant principals has led to a greater understanding of the impact of mentorship on self efficacy.
Vince Bustamante serves Edmonton Catholic Schools as its Social Studies Consultant (K-12). His book "Great Teaching by Design: from intention to implementation in the Visible Learning Classroom" (co-authored with John Hattie, John Almarode, Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey) is available for pre-order from Corwin Press; published Nov. 2020.
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|Registration Deadline:||September 28, 2020|
|Focus(es):||High School Redesign|
|Audience:||Administrators, High school leadership teams, Teachers, Jurisdiction leads, Counsellors, Learning Coaches|
|Special Notes:||Zoom Link will be sent out 24 hours prior to webinar.|
Session will run from: 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM