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Dr. Harvey Rude

Dr. Harvey Rude
University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, Colorado USA
Supporting Strong Leadership for Special Education.
IEFE Forum 2014

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    Dr. Harvey Rude - Supporting Strong Leadership for Special Education - IEFE Forum 2014  Dr. Harvey Rude - Supporting Strong Leadership for Special Education - IEFE Forum 2014 Presentation Transcript

    • * Dr. Harvey Rude, University of Northern Colorado Greeley, Colorado USA Harvey.Rude@unco.edu
    • *“I would have finished this by now, but I had help.” *Leaders get to the future first *Ability to influence others to go to a place where they would not go on their own. *Manage from your head and lead from your heart. *It’s important to do things right (management), and most important to do the right things (leadership). * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 2
    • *Equity *Quality Teaching *Community and Family Engagement * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 3
    • *Student and Educator Data for Continuous Improvement *Multiple Sources of information to Evaluate Impact *Research-based Content *Application of Learning Strategies *Effective Collaboration * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 4
    • *Learning Communities *Effective Leadership *Adequate Resources *What’s Unique? *RELATIONSHIPS AND LEADERSHIP * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 5
    • *“Groups of people who share a passion for something they know how to do, and interact regularly to learn how to do it better.” *EDUCATE *SUPPORT *LEARN BY DOING *ENCOURAGE *INTEGRATE * (Etienne Wenger, 2010) * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 6
    • * INTEGRITY (your word defined) * AUTHENTICITY (being consistent with who you hold yourself to be with others and yourself) * BEING COMMITTED TO SOMETHING BIGGER THAN ONESELF (serene passion required to lead and develop other leaders) * CAUSE IN THE MATTER (taking a stand for yourself and life, and acting from that stand) * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 7
    • * INTEGRITY – What you said, know, and is expected! * AUTHENTICITY – Recognizing when you are not being authentic. * BEING COMMITTED TO SOMETHING BIGGER THAN ONESELF – The purpose of your career and relationships. * CAUSE IN THE MATTER – Being accountable, not a victim; the context you give to yourself. * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 8
    • * Thomas Kuhn (The Structure of Scientific Revolutions): “There will never be enough data, evidence research, proof, etc. that will convince others to commit to a created future.” * Reason to Commit: The default future has failed to make the organization, system, people, etc. complete. * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 9
    • * Strategic Thinking * Leadership * Collaborative Partnerships * Organizational Change * Systems of Accountability * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 10
    • * “Making the same mistakes with increasing confidence over an impressive number of years.” (O’Donnell, 2002) * Most organizational leaders don’t fully commit to what we already know about IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE! * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 11
    • *Effective education practices *+ *Effective implementation practices *= *Good outcomes for students International Exhibition and Forum for Education 12
    • *An evidence-based program is one thing *Implementation of an evidence-based program is a very different thing International Exhibition and Forum for Education 13
    • Implementation occurs in stages: *Exploration *Installation *Initial Implementation *Full Implementation *Innovation *Sustainability 2-4 yrs. * Fixsen, Naoom, Blase, Friedman, & Wallace, 2005 International Exhibition and Forum for Education 14
    • * INFORMING (Sharing, Sending) * NETWORKING (Exchanging) * COLLABORATING (Engaging) * TRANSFORMING (Committing to Consensus) * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 15
    • *Courage to Acknowledge Areas of Poor Performance and Seek Solutions *System-wide Approach to Improving Teaching and Learning *Vision Focused on Student Learning and Instructional Improvement * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 16
    • * Adopting New Approaches to Systems Improvement Aligned with Coherent Policy * Redefining Leadership Roles * Commitment to Sustain Reform Over the Long Haul * (Kukic & Rude, 2013) * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 17
    • 1. Leaders facing terrible situations must lead with respect. They need to convey respect before people have earned it. 2. Leaders should do everything possible to create conditions that make people lovable (mainly by creating circumstances that favor success). 3. Finally, leaders must deal firmly with what’s left over. * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 18 Fullan, 2011
    • * TOP DOWN AND BOTTOM UP (empowering and accountable) * EASY AND POWERFUL (teachers and other practitioners embrace new practices) * SELF-ORGANIZING AND HIGHLY ORGANIZED (variety of approaches, no one best method) * AMBITIOUS AND HUMBLE (ambitious for others’ success, not for yourself) * ENGAGED AND DETACHED (effective relationships are key, must step back to critically analyze) * International Exhibition and Forum for Education 19
    • Ahéhee’ doo Hàgoónee’ International Exhibition and Forum for Education 20 *