The Leading Student Achievement (LSA): Networks for Learning Project is offering a web conference session to learn about one school's first Teaching and Learning Critical Pathway through the lens of Dr. Kenneth Leithwood's Theory of Action. This is an authentic journey of what the rational, emotional, organizational, and family paths looked and sounded like as the school grappled with tough realities of low student achievement data. This is a work in progress as well as a success story. This conference will appeal to elementary and secondary schools and has been designed for principals.
As there will be opportunities for team reflection and discussion, we recommend that a team made up of following attend together:
By participating in this web conference, you will have the opportunity to:
This session has no cost for participants, but places are limited and participants will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. The web conferences will be recorded and made available online at a later date.
Before registering please read the technology requirements to see whether you have the technology necessary to participate in these interactive sessions.