Fostering Collective Teacher Efficacy – Jenni Donohoo
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- Jenni Donohoo
December 2, 2021
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Fostering Collective Teacher Efficacy
December 2, 2021
(Co-sponsored by Midwest Principals’ Center and Illinois ASCD)
Illinois Administrators’ Academy #3837: Reconstructing Leadership in a Culture of Change
*Participants can choose to attend this workshop either in-person or through Zoom. Both options will include an engaging presentation and lively interaction. (Please note: In-person capacity is currently limited to 150)
Jenni Donohoo, PhD, is a best-selling author and professional learning facilitator with more than 20 years of experience in leading school change. Jenni’s books include: Collaborative Inquiry for Educators: A Facilitator’s Guide to School Improvement, The Transformative Power of Collaborative Inquiry: Realizing Change in Schools and Classrooms (co-authored by Moses Velasco), Collective Efficacy: How Educators’ Beliefs Impact Student Learning, and Leading Collective Efficacy: Powerful Stories of Achievement and Equity (co-authored by Stefani Arzonetti Hite)
In addition to her writing and consulting work, Jenni is on contract with the Council of Ontario Directors of Education. In this role, she works alongside school leaders to improve the quality professional learning and collaboration in schools and districts. Jenni has also designed and taught Experienced Principals’ Courses for the Ontario Principals’ Council and Additional Qualification courses for the University of Windsor. She is the past president of Learning Forward Ontario.
Jenni has presented in numerous school districts and at national conferences, serving as the keynote speaker at the Annual Visible Learning Conference, Corwin’s Women in Education Conference, and the LEAP Conference in Australia.
Collective efficacy– the belief that, through collective actions, educators can influence student outcomes and improve student learning– is changing the educational ecosystem!
Join best-selling author and professional learning facilitator, Jenni Donohoo, to learn why and how!
When teachers share a sense of collective efficacy it results in greater professional well-
being, resilience, and impact. During this full day workshop, participants will:
Develop a deeper understanding about collective efficacy;
Learn the positive consequences associated with it; and
Identify the sources that shape a team’s beliefs about what they are capable of accomplishing.
Since ‘Collective Teacher Efficacy’ topped John Hattie’s Visible Learning list of factors that matter the most in raising student achievement, classroom teachers and school leaders are asking themselves: How can we foster a sense of collective efficacy in schools? In this session, participants will:
Consider how to harness the power of teacher teams by identifying the conditions that help to enable collective efficacy in schools; and
Examine how educators can utilize efficacy-enhancing practices in their daily routines.
Registrants who select the add-on book option will receive a copy of Collective Efficacy for an additional cost of $30. Books will be mailed to each attendees’ school address.
Venue: Medinah Shrine Center
- All registrations will be confirmed by email.
- If you register 10 people, the 10th registration is free. Call 847-851-2256 or email [email protected] to receive this discount.
- Cancellations must be received at least 5 business days before the program event in order for refunds to be made. A $10 cancellation fee applies to all cancellations.
- If you have questions or need assistance in registering, call Tresie at 847-851-2256 or email her at [email protected].