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collaborative clinical conversations options ideas and solutions

Collaborative Clinical Conversations:Options, Ideas and Solutions

SPDG Spring Institute

Jim Rickabaugh

May 20, 2014

presentation goals
Presentation Goals
  • Reinforce what you are doing
  • Remind of what you may have forgotten
  • Introduce some new ideas and strategies
overview
Overview
  • Key Skills and Building Blocks for Effective Collaboration
  • Processes to make the most of collaborative conversations
  • Integration and application to support your work
warm up activity
Warm- Up Activity

I Choose “C”

efficacy
Efficacy
  • Self

“Self-efficacy is the belief in one’s capabilities to organize and execute the sources of action required to manage prospective situations.”

Bandura, 1986

“Whether you believe you can do a thing or not, you are right.”

Henry Ford

efficacy1
Efficacy
  • Self
  • Collective

“A shared belief that by working together we can make a difference.”

Goddard, 2003

efficacy2
Efficacy
  • Self
  • Collective
  • Academic Optimism

“Collective teacher efficacy is the perceptions of teachers that the faculty as a whole can execute courses of action required to positively affect student achievement.”

Hoy, 2006

slide8

“Collective efficacy has a greater effect on student achievement than does socioeconomic status.”

Smith, Hoy and Sweetland, 2001

impacts on efficacy beliefs
Impacts on Efficacy Beliefs
  • Mastery Experiences
  • Vicarious Experiences
  • Social Persuasion
  • Emotional Arousal/Affective State
resilience
Resilience

More than “It can take a licking and keep on ticking.”

resilience1
Resilience
  • Adaptation
  • Transformation
  • Persistence
  • Grit
slide14

Conflict Involves Two Elements

Relationships

Goals/Interests

how we respond depends on what we value in the situation

How We Respond Depends on What We Value in the Situation

High goal pursuit/low relationship value = force

Low goal pursuit/low relationship value = withdraw

Low goal pursuit/high relationship value = accommodate

High goal pursuit/high relationship value = confront

Moderate goal pursuit/-moderate relationship value = compromise

power of clinical teams
Power of Clinical Teams
  • Build on individual skills and collective assets
  • Engage in useful team behaviors
  • Employ effective processes
slide19

The Five Characteristics of an Effective Team

(Adapted from Lencioni)

Attention

to Results

Embracing Accountability

Willingness to Commit

Healthy Conflict

Abundance of Trust

collaborative clinical conversation approaches
Collaborative Clinical Conversation Approaches
  • Consensus and divergent thinking
  • Routine and heuristic approaches
  • Veteran and novice perspectives
  • Relationships and goals balance
  • Information and expectation driven communication
application activity
Application Activity

“Failure is not an option”

analysis
Analysis
  • Consensus and divergent thinking
  • Routine and heuristic approaches
  • Veteran and novice perspectives
  • Relationships and goals balance
  • Information and expectation driven communication
team activity building a model how do you see the pieces fit together
Team Activity: Building a ModelHow do you see the pieces fit together?
  • Create a graphic
  • Draw a picture
  • Develop a narrative
  • Use your idea
practice how can you employ what was discussed today collaborative clinical conversation
Practice:How can you employ what was discussed today?Collaborative Clinical Conversation

Use your model to discuss how you can prepare to implement the Teacher Performance Assessment (TPA)

What have we learned?

What can we apply/use?

What do we still need to learn?

What steps can we take?

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