ISL Module 3: Building Relationships and Developing People – November 2022

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  • November 19, 2022 - December 24, 2022
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • How do you best assess emotional and cultural intelligences in your school setting?
  • What are some valuable ways understanding EQ and CQ is helping high performing schools increase professional capital, collective efficacy, and school capacity?
  • What are the top personal leadership resources available to leaders?
  • Why is authentic leadership so vital to trust building and how can your learning community lean into authentic leadership to improve professional collaboration, classroom instruction, student motivation, and achievement?
  • Is collaboration where it needs to be in order to optimize instructional and intercultural capacity in your learning community? How can you tell?

In this module participants will

  • explore emotional intelligence (EQ) and cultural intelligence (CQ) and identify strategies that maximize performance when interacting with teachers, students and parents in diverse school communities
  • examine the personal leadership resources that leaders draw upon to enact effective leadership practices in national and international schools
  • understand the importance of building relational trust in building a learning community through authentic leadership
  • develop an understanding of a professional learning community as a structure that develops collaboration, improves instruction, increases student achievement and builds school and organizational capacity
  • explore strategies to build professional capital and collective efficacy to increase motivation and increase student achievement
  • identify how to develop instructional and intercultural school capacity with teachers, students and parents and
  • understand the impact of collaborative learning communities (CLCs) and networked     learning communities (NLCs) to build lateral capacity with other schools and systems.