Leading Collaborative Teaching Practice

This online, self-paced course explores the critical role of educational leaders as enablers of effective school-wide collaboration. Intended for school leaders and accomplished classroom practitioners, the course examines how collaborative teaching practice (CTP) is informed by current research, policy, and curriculum.

Time 11.5 hours
Delivery mode Online (self-paced)
Audience K-12 aspiring or current school leaders
Prior knowledge No prior knowledge required

    In this course participants will:

    • examine and critique findings on high-impact collaborative practices;
    • investigate well-supported psychometric models to understand both individual and team capabilities in their school community;
    • examine evaluative thinking approaches to plan how the impact of collaborative teaching practice will be measured;
    • benchmark the effectiveness of their school’s collaborative teaching practice against quality indicators in the School Excellence Framework and their current school plan; and
    • self-pace through six online modules, complete corresponding activities in an online journal, and post reflections in a course Yammer page.

Completing 'Leading Collaborative Teaching Practice ' may contribute to NESA accreditation. It was designed to address standards 6.2.3, 6.3.3, and 7.4.3 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.

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