Celebrating Learning in a Climate of Collaboration…. Meadow Lakes Elementary. Write something positive that is currently happening at your school or site. (Please use the white paper provided on your table.). Snowball Toss. Crumple your paper into a snowball.
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Meadow Lakes Elementary
(Please use the white paper provided on your table.)
“When teachers operate in professional communities and take collective responsibility for student learning they produce school-wide gains in academic achievement.”
(Louis, Kruse & Marks, 1996)
(Eaker, DuFour, and Burnette, 2002)
- Rudolf Bahro (philosopher)
“Assume that conflict and disagreements are not only inevitable but fundamental to successful change. Any collective change attempt will necessarily involve conflict.”
(write on the Post-Its on your table)
Eaker, R., DuFour, R., and Burnette, R. (2002). Getting Started: Reculturing Schools to Become Professional Learning Communities. Bloomington, IN: National Educational Services.
Fullan, M. (1999). Change Forces: The Sequel. London: Falmer Press.
Louis, K. S., Kruse, S. D., and Marks, H. M. (1996). “Schoolwide Professional Development.” In F. Newmann and Associates, Authentic Achievement: Restructuring Schools for Intellectual Quality, 170-203. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Senge, P. (1990). The Fifth Discipline. New York: Doubleday.