Metro Learning Communities (MLC), a specialized professional development project of NYU’s Metro Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools, has released the dates for their Foundations of Facilitative Leadership Seminar (FFLS) This innovative professional development series is designed to improve quality instruction and academic achievement for all students through deep and collaborative teacher learning. MLC’s FFLS’s will resume this spring, on April 25th, 2023.
MLC’s Facilitative Leadership Seminar is open to a range of educational professionals including Pre-K-12 teachers, paraprofessionals, school leaders and academic coaches, in addition to a wide range of school leaders and administrators. The FFLS seminar series is recommended for those interested in supporting excellence and equity in education through deep and collaborative learning. Metro Learning Communities provide seminar participants with the opportunity to engage in a wide range of data-informed and transformative teaching protocols and processes, including Atlas, Issaquah, Looking at Data, Three Levels of Text, as well as the Collaborative Assessment, to enhance the quality of their own academic learning environments. The processes shared during MLC’s Foundations of Facilitative Leadership Seminar have proven integral to workshop participants’ abilities to support the students in their respective classrooms as readers, writers, critical thinkers, and collaborators. This MLC’s seminar instructs attendees on how to improve their facilitation skills, as well as explore assumptions about equity, race, and gender through the moderation of equitable practices.
Join us to learn communities of practice rituals, processes and protocols to enhance the participants' ability to work with groups of all kinds! The Contact Person for the Event is Marlene Roy.
Register for MLC’s Foundations of Facilitative Leadership Seminar here: