The Ontario Leadership Framework. The framework: describes what good leadership looks like, based on evidence of what makes the most difference to student achievement and well-being
value to the learning of students beyond the
contribution of schools and classrooms
Think of a principal for whom you have worked who Demonstrated excellent “shared leadership” practices.
* proactivity and systems thinking are important for all leaders but especially useful for district leaders
Referencing one of the highlighted practices in the System-Level leadership placemat, unpack the practice:
How will proactivity and/or systems thinking be
helpful in carrying out your role as a system leader?
How can you foster proactivity and systems
thinking in other leaders?
Characteristics of Strong Districts:
the district mission and vision
organizationally and individually
What is your role as system leader?
How do you connect with other district leaders?
What Fullan calls “coherence making” involves seeking a balance between letting go and even encouraging “disturbance” on the one hand and on the other hand building coherence, sense and direction.