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Collaborative Leadership


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Intro to Collaborative Leadership Identity and the Educational Faith Journey- Global Youth Leadership Institute

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Collaborative Leadership

  1. 1. Intro to Collaborative Leadership Identity and the Educational Faith Journey Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart July, 12015 Matt Nink, Jennifer Lishansky Global Youth Leadership Institute
  2. 2. REFLECTION QUESTIONS 1. Who was the best teacher you ever had and Why? 2. What is your best team experience 3. How does leadership affect you and your work? 4. Hoe does Identity affect Leadership? Think Pair Share
  3. 3. goals ● Reflect on our roles as leaders in the PA community ● Understand frameworks for Identity and Leadership in Education ●Increase understanding and ability to apply collaborative leadership ● Increase understanding and ability to apply multi-cultural identity ● Explore models of collaborative leadership for schools Alice Coachman 1948
  4. 4. Agenda: ● Intros and Reflection ● What is Social-Emotional Learning ● Three models of Social-Emotional Learning ● CASEL ● Search Institute DAP ● Gallup Engagement Survey ● Collaborative Leadership for schools ● 7 qualities ● Application ● Identity Tool - 5C’s of awareness ● Models of Leadership in schools
  5. 5. Facilitator 5C’s Intros Matt Jenn
  6. 6. GYLI Story
  7. 7. Framework of Social Emotional Learning
  8. 8. GOAL FOUR Schools of the Sacred Heart commit themselves to educate to the building of community as a Christian value. •The school implements an ongoing plan for educating both adults and students in the heritage and mission of Sacred Heart education. •The school promotes a safe and welcoming environment in which each person is valued, cared for and respected. •Adult members of the school model and teach skills needed to build community and practice clear, direct and open communication. •The school has programs that teach the principles of nonviolence, conflict resolution and peacemaking. •The school makes a deliberate effort to recruit students and employ faculty and staff of diverse races, ethnicities and backgrounds. •The financial aid program effectively supports socioeconomic diversity. •The school participates actively in the national and international networks of Sacred Heart schools. Sacred Heart Goals and Criteria:
  9. 9. Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions. ~CASEL
  10. 10. Social Emotional Learning: ● Application of Multiple Intelligence theory, developmental psychology, sociology, and organizational development ●Underpins the MISSION of most independent schools ● 3 Models ● CASEL ● Search Institute ● Gallup How to manage Change management ● Data ● Models ● Momentum ● Suport / PD
  11. 11. CASEL Model
  12. 12. Search Development Assets Profile
  13. 13. Gallup Academic Success Formula
  14. 14. 14 Power of Hope and Engagement Hope is a the KEY indicator of College Success. State of America’s Schools Report gh-students-success-ready.aspx Key Findings ✦ A 2010 Gallup study of 148 schools in a large urban school district found that students’ average levels of hope and engagement were significant predictors of academic achievement. ✦ In 2009, Gallup conducted an in-depth study of more than 78,000 students in 160 schools across eight states and found that a one-percentage-point increase in a school’s average student engagement score was associated with a six-point increase in reading achievement and an eight-point increase in math achievement
  15. 15. Data on Why Some Teams Work Better KEY FINDINGS ✦ First, their members contributed more equally to the team’s discussions, rather than letting one or two people dominate the group. ✦ Second, their members scored higher on a test called Reading the Mind in the Eyes, which measures how well people can read complex emotional states from images of faces with only the eyes visible. ✦ Finally, teams with more women outperformed teams with more men. Indeed, it appeared that it was not “diversity” (having equal numbers of men and women) that mattered for a team’s intelligence, but simply having more women. This last effect, however, was partly explained by the fact that women, on average, were better at “mind-reading” than men. 15 Alex Pentland and Nada Hashmi of M.I.T. in 2010 in Science, 697 volunteer participants into teams of two to five members.
  16. 16. Building SEL into Princeton Academy Mission and Strategy ● Admin Team and MODEL—we all learn by imitation ● Global Education/Awareness ● 21C. Skills ● Working across lines of difference ● Experiential Ed ● Application and synthesis of knowledge ● Student-Centered ● Reflective (meta cognition)
  17. 17. Fostering SEL with Collaborative Leadership and Identity
  18. 18. Co-learning and co-creating based on community, partnership, and input from all stakeholders. It is a constructive process based on multiple perspective thinking and acting where shared visions are built in a common space, and success is celebrated together. GYLI Definition of Collaborative Leadership
  19. 19. 7 Qualities of C-Leaders 1. Shared Vision 2. Shared space 3. Thinking and Acting from Multiple Perspectives 4. Empowering Others and being empowered BY others 5. Ethics and Positive Influence 6. Awareness of leadership styles 7. Celebrates Successes What is my role in my communities? 7 QUALITIES OF COLLABORATIVE LEADERS
  20. 20. Shared vision ● What is the vision for PASH now and in the future? ● How can teachers, parents, alumni and students all share that vision?
  21. 21. How do we share space? ● Physical space ● Office space ● Emotional space ● Sharing TIME ● School calendar ● Space / Time differences ● People to People
  22. 22. Thinking and acting from Multiple perspectives ● What is the truth? ● What will serve the mission of the school? ● Who as power in the situation? ● What is the learning opportunity? ● What is the strength we can build upon?
  23. 23. Empowering and Being Empowered ● When do I lead and when do I step back? ● Work-life balance? ● Accountability and roles on the team?
  24. 24. Ethics and Positive Influence ● Moral Courage ● Moral Compass? ● Where is our leadership leading? ● Are we a model for students, teachers, parents
  25. 25. Celebrating success ●How do we celebrate our values, not just our achievements? ● How can celebrations be a leadership opportunity? ● Celebrating failures or markers on the way to success?
  26. 26. Color Culture Class Character Context DISCUSSION: 5 C’S OF AWARENESS Who am I in a multi-cultur al context?
  27. 27. ???Questions??