Collective teacher efficacy - a deep dive


This course engages participants in both narrow and deep learning about collective teacher efficacy. Participants in this deep dive course will explore the nature of collective teacher efficacy and its potential impact on student learning outcomes.

Participants will consider the conditions that enable the development of collective teacher efficacy in schools. They will learn about practical strategies they can use to lead high-collective efficacy teaching teams.

This course is ideal for school leaders or teachers who are leading collaborative teaching practice in existing, refurbished and new schools.

Enrolment in public sessions is open to teams of school leaders, by application. Please contact SLEC at for information on how to enrol.

Key information Collective teacher efficacy – a deep dive


1.5 hours

Delivery mode

Online (facilitated)


K-12 school leadership teams

Prior knowledge

It is advised that participants complete SLEC’s course ‘Introduction to Collaborative Teaching Practice’ before enrolling in this course

Upcoming sessions

4 August - part of a full day of PL on collaborative practice for school leaders. Download the flyer below for more information.

Download a flyer for the SLEC school leaders PL day


Participants will:

  • discuss the positive impact of collective teacher efficacy on student learning, teaching practice and school culture;
  • explore strategies that will build their confidence to initiate and lead strategies to increase collective teacher efficacy in their schools;
  • reflect on collective teacher efficacy in their schools; and
  • plan to increase the collective teacher efficacy in their schools.
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