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Lyn Sharratt and Michael Fullan’s 10th Anniversary Edition of “Putting FACES on the Data” is released on 23 August. FACES is about setting up the conditions for success in every classroom: identifying the right factors, at the right time, with the right resources with a focus on student-centered data.
On June 13th Ysgol Rhiwabon Staff, Students and Governors were proud to host Dr. Lyn Sharratt, Wrexham Headteachers and senior staff as part of a Teaching and Learning Conference at the school.
Read the report on the ‘Leading Collaborative Learning’ two-year development and research project, supported by the regions in Wales, that focused on the work of Dr Lyn Sharratt.
Alma Harris Reflects on the Leading Collaborative Learning Project in Wales using “CLARITY – What Matters MOST in Learning, Teaching and Leading”
Watch the video of Alma Harris reflecting on the themes emerging from the data on the processes, the intentions and the outcomes of the Leading Collaborative Learning project in Wales.
You are invited to reflect upon and to strategise how you might develop collaborative leadership strategies to build connectivity across learning spaces within schools for school improvement.
‘Where do we need to recalculate, refocus, and refine our practices’ using the well-researched 14 Parameters as the vehicle?’ If you know what works – and what you need to do, how long will you wait until every student is growing and achieving at the expected level? Illiteracy is unacceptable. How great is your sense of urgency? How long will you wait?
Leaders and Teachers to PAUSE before the close of the school year and ask three questions of their stakeholders.
Currently school leaders are faced with the dilemmas faced while navigating schools through the global pandemic. We are living the experience of day to day leadership adaptability. This would seem to be a most appropriate time for leaders to inquire with and listen to both they head and heart on how they might enact leadership that makes a positive impact on learning and wellbeing.
We have experienced a barrage of change per nano-second the past two years! Change is our only constant in education during these tumultuous times. What do we need to ‘stay the course’ in growing, learning, leading and living? I think the answer for all of us is: ‘adapt-ability’ – the 6th leadership dimension in CLARITY.
University of South Australia’s, Education Futures Unit announced this week that successful completion of the CLARITY Learning Suite together with the completion of a PASS Grade 5000 word Reflective Summary paper will provide participants with one course credit within the Master of Education Program at the University of South Australia.