Matt and Courtney interview Jenni Donohoo, the author of Collective Efficacy: How Educators' Beliefs Impact Student Learning. She discusses what collective efficacy is, how it helps learners, and what you can do to start today.
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Matt and Courtney talk about the sixth and final enabling condition for collective efficacy - effective systems of intervention. What isn't it, what is it, how does it all work to make collective efficacy happen?
Matt and Courtney continue their series about Collective Efficacy's six enabling conditions with the fifth condition - Responsive Leadership! What isn't it, what is it - it's always more than what you think.
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Matt and Courtney continue their series about Collective Efficacy and the six enabling conditions by discussing the fourth condition - Cohesive Staff! What does this mean, what does this NOT mean?
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Matt and Courtney continue their series digging into collective efficacy with the third enabling condition - teacher knowledge of one another's work! They begin with a listener question: what does collective efficacy have to do with personalized learning?
After they talk about this enabling condition, Courtney has a little bonus section, and presents a challenge to get into another's classroom.
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Matt and Courtney continue their series on Collective Efficacy with the second enabling influence: Goal Consensus. What's the difference between goal setting and goal consensus? Follow us at @plearnmc just about everywhere! In fact, we are now on Spotify!
Matt and Courtney continue their series on Collective Efficacy with the first enabling influence: Advanced Teacher Influence. What is it, what ISN'T it, and how can we tell the difference? Follow us at @plearnmc just about everywhere!
Matt and Courtney return with a new series on Collective Efficacy. This will be part of our "trimester" series of pods, as we focus on one topic over the course of several weeks. We will continue to have tips for teachers and answer listener questions, but we are expanding into interviews and longer pods than usual for this series.
Matt and Courtney wrap up season four with a talk about what is in store for learners and adults during the summer, and what is next for PLearnMC! Rate and review us on iTunes and spread the word of what personalized learning can be!