Power of Networking

The Learning Principal

Teachers and school leaders are not unfamiliar with the idea of PLCs. We all have worked on them to varying degrees. Usually they are just a grade level/subject team working together to do planning. Occasionally they work to dissect the learning process and powerfully impact the learning in a classroom. If PLCs have taught us anything, it’s that when we work together, we accomplish more.

Today I am at a CASS (Council of Alberta School Superintendents) session hosted by Wolf Creek Public School Division where we are talking about being Effective 21st Century leaders. Whenever I have the opportunity to participate in sessions with people outside my division I always have the same ‘epiphanies3072796065_68763eacd8_n‘:

  1. We are ALL working toward the same goal
  2. We all have something to learn from each other
  3. We have the answers to most questions if we can get together and talk about it
  4. We need…

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