12 Quick Fixes:
Leading Teaching and Assessment in These Times
The 12 areas of focus in this course, 12 Quick Fixes: Leading Teaching and Assessment in These Times, allow you to re-examine the ways that instructional and leadership practices can still ignite learning.
What are the features of this course?
✔ There are clear ideas for leaders, as well as for K-12 educators; leaders need to know everything teachers know plus more.
✔ The course is designed for leaders working in hybrid/blended and remote/online learning environments.
✔ It focuses on and shares key ideas that are needed now.
✔ Since less is more, we took the time to build a short course.
✔ QUICK - this is learning that won’t take a lot of time. In fact, it can be done in 10 - 15 minute increments.
✔ The practical ideas are immediately applicable.
✔ It builds on familiar leadership practices (with minor tweaks).
✔ It is easily differentiated or personalised by the adult learner.
✔ There are specific ideas for leaders to take action.
✔ Clear suggestions for processing the learning are included.
✔ We’ve provided a handout that includes the slides used in the video sequences.
✔ The course includes examples from K-12 schools.
✔ Infrastructure to support ‘one person per access point’.
12 comprehensive topics
- Engagement and Ownership
- Beginning with the End in Mind
- Using Samples for Quality and Success
- Planning for Reliable and Valid Evidence
- Co-constructing Criteria for Success
- Success Through Powerful Evidence
- Instructional Rubrics for Learning
- Self- and Peer Assessment
- Goal Setting that Energizes Learning
- Collecting Evidence of Learning
- Communicating Evidence of Learning
- Evaluation and Reporting
“I consider the connect2learning team to be the best in the business.”
Marc Champagne, Executive Director,
Commission scolaire Francophone du Yukon
"The course definitely has very practical examples and supports for Hybrid and Virtual learning, which I think is going to be greatly helpful for educators."
7-12 Math Facilitator, Student Achievement and Curriculum Department