Short Course: Collaboration for Change
Collaboration for Change: Engaging stakeholders and working together on common goals
Education reform requires many partners from across the educational system to work together towards common goals. Change doesn't readily occur (or stick) when led by lone champions without broader support. Collaboration and engagement across multiple stakeholders have thus been the topic of multiple ASCN webinars.
ASCN "Short Courses" are collection of resources available from ASCN on a specific topic, followed by an informal discussion. This short course includes webinars and other resources to help those leading change within departments and institutions think about frameworks for change (Lucas Hill, "Collaborative dynamics" webinar) and collective impact ( Marilyn Amey, Sarah Rodriguez and Lucas Hill "Developing and sustaining partnerships" webinar), engagement of people across an institution ( Susan Elrod and Judith Ramaley, "Develop a shared leadership for change" webinar) or within a department ( Kimberly Tanner "Collectively improving our teaching" webinar). Also of interest is the informal discussion about building buy-in to change and the resources for change leaders.
You may engage in these resources however you wish (e.g. watching recordings, reading slides or resources), and then join us for an informal discussion on March 4th (2pm ET) to discuss and learn further (registration below)
Register for the informal discussion: Registration link
Short Course Webinars
Presenter: Lucas B. Hill (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Presenters: Susan Elrod (University of Wisconsin - Whitewater), Judith Ramalay (Portland State University)
Collectively Improving Our Teaching: A department-wide professional development program resulting in widespread change
Presenter: Kimberly Tanner (San Francisco State University)
Also of interest is the informal discussion about building buy-in to change and the resources for change leaders. Most of these resources are aimed at those leading change initiatives within institutions or at a national level.