Two Year Collective Efficacy Program

Teams from schools and/or school districts enroll in a two year program focused on fostering collective efficacy in schools. In joining this network, school improvement teams will learn about the power of collective efficacy in overcoming the challenges and obstacles faced in schools today. Participants will examine how educators’ beliefs affect thought patterns in ways that either support or hinder quality implementation. Participants will collaboratively work toward fostering greater efficacy in schools so that the promise of improvement-oriented interventions become realized in practice.

Two Year Collective Efficacy Program

Teams from schools and/or school districts enroll in a two year program focused on fostering collective efficacy in schools. In joining this network, school improvement teams will learn about the power of collective efficacy in overcoming the challenges and obstacles faced in schools today. Participants will examine how educators’ beliefs affect thought patterns in ways that either support or hinder quality implementation. Participants will collaboratively work toward fostering greater efficacy in schools so that the promise of improvement-oriented interventions become realized in practice.

Teams will examine enabling conditions within their context and embark on a plan to strengthen conditions that help to foster a sense of efficacy amongst teams. Participants will be introduced to different ways to determine collective teacher efficacy and be assisted in monitoring progress toward their goals. A key element of this program’s success is that it helps to build capacity through an inquiry-based model in which complex contextual factors (that often impede change) are effectively considered and addressed.

The two year collective efficacy program includes:

  • Registration to face-to-face launch at a 2 day institute – Hold the Date – October 1st and 2nd, 2019 (location Illinois area);
  • Registration to four webinars to be scheduled during the 2019-2020 school year;
  • Registration to four webinars to be scheduled during the 2020-2021 school year;
  • Telephone and/or web-based coaching (4 per year- with coach);
  • Premier access to white papers, resources, and questionnaires;
  • A copy of Collective Efficacy: How Educators’ Beliefs Impact Student Learning by Jenni Donohoo
  • A copy of Quality Implementation: Leveraging Collective Efficacy to Make ‘What Works’ Actually Work by Jenni Donohoo and Steven Katz
  • Face-to-face culmination at a 2 day institute

Note: It’s recommended that schools or districts enroll teams in this two year program (5-7 people per team is suggested).

Pricing: $1,750.00 per person

Optional additional services with Two Year Collective Efficacy Program:

On-site coaching (# visits per year to be determined by client for additional cost)
Accreditation (upon completion of the program and a on-site review, successful schools will earn the title ‘Mastery FIRST School’) – Includes a minimum of 2 on-site coaching per year.

Testimonial

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EDUTAS at the University of Oklahoma, in collaboration with the Oklahoma State Department of Education, engaged Dr. Jenni Donohoo as our primary consultant for a group of 30 public school assistant and early career principals participating in our Moving UP initiative this school year. The Moving UP goal is to develop the knowledge, skills, and competencies of school leaders to successfully lead and manage school improvement efforts (change) through collaborative leadership and collective efficacy structures. Jenni’s work is both challenging and engaging, giving participants the opportunity to learn and apply research-based practices in their own context to solve specific issues. Participants share issues and evidence of change during the face-to-face sessions with Jenni, with their executive coaches, and via an online community of practice. We’re very fortunate to have Jenni in Oklahoma and look forward to the practical, high-impact content and reflection she brings in year 2. Jenni is model collaborative leader who works diligently to build our collective efficacy.

Lisa Pryor, M.Ed.
Director of Program Development and Innovation, Office of the Vice President for University Outreach
Technical Assistance Associate, South Central Comprehensive Center
Project Manager, EDUTAS
The University of Oklahoma – Outreach

Pricing: $1,750.00 per person

Testimonial

157a7441

EDUTAS at the University of Oklahoma, in collaboration with the Oklahoma State Department of Education, engaged Dr. Jenni Donohoo as our primary consultant for a group of 30 public school assistant and early career principals participating in our Moving UP initiative this school year. The Moving UP goal is to develop the knowledge, skills, and competencies of school leaders to successfully lead and manage school improvement efforts (change) through collaborative leadership and collective efficacy structures. Jenni’s work is both challenging and engaging, giving participants the opportunity to learn and apply research-based practices in their own context to solve specific issues. Participants share issues and evidence of change during the face-to-face sessions with Jenni, with their executive coaches, and via an online community of practice. We’re very fortunate to have Jenni in Oklahoma and look forward to the practical, high-impact content and reflection she brings in year 2. Jenni is model collaborative leader who works diligently to build our collective efficacy.

Lisa Pryor, M.Ed.
Director of Program Development and Innovation, Office of the Vice President for University Outreach
Technical Assistance Associate, South Central Comprehensive Center
Project Manager, EDUTAS
The University of Oklahoma – Outreach

Pricing: $1,750.00 per person

EDUTAS at the University of Oklahoma, in collaboration with the Oklahoma State Department of Education, engaged Dr. Jenni Donohoo as our primary consultant for a group of 30 public school assistant and early career principals participating in our Moving UP initiative this school year. The Moving UP goal is to develop the knowledge, skills, and competencies of school leaders to successfully lead and manage school improvement efforts (change) through collaborative leadership and collective efficacy structures. Jenni’s work is both challenging and engaging, giving participants the opportunity to learn and apply research-based practices in their own context to solve specific issues. Participants share issues and evidence of change during the face-to-face sessions with Jenni, with their executive coaches, and via an online community of practice. We’re very fortunate to have Jenni in Oklahoma and look forward to the practical, high-impact content and reflection she brings in year 2. Jenni is model collaborative leader who works diligently to build our collective efficacy.

Lisa Pryor, M.Ed.

Director of Program Development and Innovation,
Office of the Vice President for University Outreach
Technical Assistance Associate, South Central Comprehensive Center
Project Manager, EDUTAS
The University of Oklahoma – Outreach

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