ERLC's Collaborative Leadership Communities

Who should attend

By Invitation Only - District Leaders, Advisory Contacts and/or designated Instructional Leads

About this learning opportunity

ERLC is hosting collaborative leadership communities (CLCs) to bring district leaders (and/or designated instructional leads) together to build the leadership capacity of the group, provide opportunities to leverage expertise in our regional network and in some instances, will be collaborating to develop resources and tools that will be of benefit to all districts.

Ideally, district leaders (e.g. directors, consultants, and instructional leads) attend CLCs.  In order to be a fully participating member and get the most from CLCs, each member should have a district-level perspective of teaching and learning, be aware of current practices in the district, be knowledgeable about district goals and identified areas of need as well as have some expertise in the targeted focus area to bring to the table. In turn, districts benefit when their participating CLC members have sufficient authority and avenues to pass along any new knowledge, resources and tools identified and/or developed by CLCs.  

It is anticipated that most CLCs will meet 3 times during this school year. Members attend as their schedules allow.

Districts/schools are responsible for any costs for members to attend these CLC sessions.

Overview of the first meeting:

Determine the focused professional learning topic(s) for this year.

Explore opportunities, build relationships, and consider new ventures.

Recognize, create, or act upon shared resources and information.

Establish dates and times for future meetings.

Co-create agenda for next meeting.

CLCs without a targeted focus will discuss at the first meeting what type of collaboration would be of most value to them. A handful of CLCs will continue collaborative projects and conversations started in 2016-17 and a few others identified a targeted area of collaboration for this year at the District Contact meeting in September.

An agenda will be shared as we get closer to the date.

Session
CTF / CTS Register
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English Language Learners Register
First Nations, M├ętis and Inuit Register
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Mathematics / Numeracy Register
Mental Health Register
Technology (Third Meeting) Register
21st Century Learners (Competencies / Curriculum Development) Register

ERLC Workspace

Welcome to the ERLC "Workspace". The purpose of this area is to help groups work together to learn, try and apply new strategies. We invite you to join your group, comment on group discussions and share your ideas and resources.