39 min

Leading Impact Teams: Dr. Paul Bloomberg C3 Connecting, Coaches, Cognition

    • Education

Episode Notes:
-Formative Assessment Expert started as a Band Director and Musical Performance specialty.
-Dr. Shelby Wolf - Children’s Literature
-Leading Impact Teams Building a Culture of Efficacy with Barb Pitchford
-Collective work of many coaches going in and seeing that on some teams one member may be doing most of the work, looking to create collective efficacy. It was always about what the teacher was doing, where the focus should be learner centered.
-At the center of everything needs to be the learner
-Formative assessment is a process, not a product and something that you partner with learners in.
-Take kids for who they are, see their potential, and we do anything to set ambitious goals with our kids and have clarity about what success looks like. 
-Impact Teams: Teams of educators that partner with students and families. They innovate to expand student ownership. They scale their collective expertise to make a difference for all. 
-Inviting parents into this process and into the protocols - Partnering in this process
-Impact teams work has grown across the world.
-Focus on the strengths- appreciative inquiry into the strengths they already have.
-Partnership principles - Jim Knight
-Coaches can help scale this important work
-Takes time to do this work well and have quality implementation. Use your feedback loops
-If you trust the kids they will always lead the way
-“If you trust the students, they will always lead the way!” - Paul & Mimi Erickson
-Look for the positive in others- strengths finder approach

Connect with Paul:
Twitter: @bloomberg_paul
YouTube: The Core Collaborative
TheCoreCollaborative.com

Episode Notes:
-Formative Assessment Expert started as a Band Director and Musical Performance specialty.
-Dr. Shelby Wolf - Children’s Literature
-Leading Impact Teams Building a Culture of Efficacy with Barb Pitchford
-Collective work of many coaches going in and seeing that on some teams one member may be doing most of the work, looking to create collective efficacy. It was always about what the teacher was doing, where the focus should be learner centered.
-At the center of everything needs to be the learner
-Formative assessment is a process, not a product and something that you partner with learners in.
-Take kids for who they are, see their potential, and we do anything to set ambitious goals with our kids and have clarity about what success looks like. 
-Impact Teams: Teams of educators that partner with students and families. They innovate to expand student ownership. They scale their collective expertise to make a difference for all. 
-Inviting parents into this process and into the protocols - Partnering in this process
-Impact teams work has grown across the world.
-Focus on the strengths- appreciative inquiry into the strengths they already have.
-Partnership principles - Jim Knight
-Coaches can help scale this important work
-Takes time to do this work well and have quality implementation. Use your feedback loops
-If you trust the kids they will always lead the way
-“If you trust the students, they will always lead the way!” - Paul & Mimi Erickson
-Look for the positive in others- strengths finder approach

Connect with Paul:
Twitter: @bloomberg_paul
YouTube: The Core Collaborative
TheCoreCollaborative.com

39 min

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