What if we could reimagine leadership coaching and professional learning, as not just a place where one person delivers content while teachers and leaders sit and listen, but where the facilitator and participants work as partners in collective where they co-construct the success criteria and engage in a reciprocal transfer of learning?
Many people would find it unreasonable to think that professional learning is anything but one person serving as the fountain of knowledge and participants taking it all in with little time to process information. For too long, professional learning has been "Sit and get." The Educational Leadership Collective sets sets up a very different dynamic with school districts and organizations, where they are equal partners in learning.
Peter DeWitt, Ed.D. is the Founder/Director of the Instructional Collective and partners with Michael Nelson on coaching, facilitating workshops, and a monthly hybrid approach to professional learning called the Instructional Leadership Network.
Find out more about the Instructional Leadership Collective here.
The Instructional Leadership Collective fosters a professional learning experience through coaching, workshops, and hybrid monthly partnerships that elevates the voices of participants through developing interconnectedness, at the same time they focus on two important questions, which are: