The Summit will feature three expert keynotes dealing with leadership and change, and breakout sessions where teams will identify and prepare action plans. He's taken the intuitive art of facilitation, illustrated it with a story, and explained it with theory, data and graphic examples. Guiding Teams to Excellence With Equity is a guide I wish was at my disposal when I first started as a cultural proficiency leader. العبيكان للنشر Category: Education Author : Roel J. John makes clear connections between the knowledge and techniques of skillful facilitation and the psychological factors underlying the change process. Those questions include: how to combat educational disadvantages, how to integrate pupils with special educational needs in regular education, how to implement educational standards initiatives, how to restructure secondary education, how to implement decentralized policy-making, and how to implement a class size reduction initiative? As an educator for two decades, John has served as a district office administrator, professional development facilitator, curriculum specialist, and elementary teacher.
And to fulfill the promise of democracy through our schools, we need to work on becoming our better selves, and becoming our better selves is a personal journey. Guiding Teams to Excellence With Equity is a guide I wish was at my disposal when I first started as a cultural proficiency leader. ادرس سلوكات آينشتاين والعمالقة التسعة المعاصرين الذين أجرينا معهم مقابلات لغايات هذا الكتــاب، ثم أطلـــق العنان للشــــغف الكـــــامـــن في داخلك، وكن أستاذًا. John Krownapple specializes in facilitating professional learning and organizational development focused on social justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. In his book, Krownapple masters the transition from presenter to facilitator, and that alone is a must read! I particularly like how facilitation is contrasted with training.
Using authentic vignettes that are transferrable to any educational context, Krownapple gives readers an opportunity to not only support educators in their path to cultural proficiency but encourages leaders to apply that framework as a mechanism to inform their own practice. Pre-Conference, November 28, 2018 Helping each student succeed in their chosen path has led to real insights into transforming schools. Education leaders now have a resource that unpacks both the content and process needed to succeed in attaining the moral goal of educational excellence with equity. This explicit treatment of the material helps readers not only understand the importance of thoughtful facilitation but also the reasons behind facilitative moves. In this session, explore what is needed to guide the transformation of a school or district into one that is inclusive, equitable, and excellent for people in all demographic and identity groups.
يقول هور: إن القيادة مبنية على العلاقات، وأفضل الإداريين يدعمون العمل في الفريق الواحد القائم على الزمالة ويثمنون التنوع ويشجعون كل من يحيط بهم؛ لكي ينمو ويتطور. John Krownapple's voice is refreshingly personal, practical, and courageous. Builds organizational leadership capacity and capabilities to facilitate Cultural Proficiency. School educators and leaders who master the facilitator skill set are able to nurture authentic and courageous conversations in the school-community. I love this book; Guiding Teams to Excellence with Equity is a book we've all been waiting for. The fictional telling of Jack McManus' story is a story that the reader connects with; all they need to do is replace Jack's name with their own. This is a great resource for people looking to engage in authentic work around Cultural Proficiency.
The Cultural Proficiency journey the process is challenging. I like that we follow one story throughout, and that a plethora of facilitation techniques are embedded in that story. What a true gift to facilitators and those who will be impacted by the brilliance of this book. Ensuring that all students receive an education that cultivates their talents and potential is in all our common interest. It is a must for those who wish to perfect their facilitation skills, who desire a deeper understanding of the emotional and cognitive transformation during the human journey of personal enlightenment, and for those who believe that the future of our democracy depends on equity and cultural proficiency. In his book, Krownapple masters the transition from presenter to facilitator, and that alone is a must read! I like that we follow one story throughout, and that a plethora of facilitation techniques are embedded in that story.
In this all-day session, we will interact with participants about our starting point and the discoveries we've made along the way. Managing the Dynamics of DifferenceChapter 14. The crucial and defining element that makes Cultural Proficiency work where many other approaches have failed or produced mediocre results is that Cultural Proficiency provides solid theoretical and pragmatic support for the all-important transition period. Please order, read it and get started! This is the third of a three-part blog series contains excerpts from the book. An Environment of Authentic Engagement Chapter 4. There is an old saying that all facilitators can be teachers but not all teachers can be facilitators.
Written with an equity lens, this book: Includes a powerful vignette that illustrates common challenges and solutions Focuses on mental models for managing group energy Is grounded in a systems model for personal and organizational transformation Provides tools for planning culturally proficient learning experiences. Establishes authority; sets the agenda, presents the content; and avoids inquiry, conflict, and divergent thinking. Thus, in the context of Cultural Proficiency, slowing down to build momentum to go fast means progressing carefully and acting deliberately in an informed, strategic, and efficient manner. I particularly like how facilitation is contrasted with training. Guiding the Journey to Excellence with Equity is a must-read for anyone who supports professional learning in our schools. Each part of his guide explains the emotions of those asked to take part in cultural proficiency work, how to meaningfully explain what cultural proficiency is and is not, and how to facilitate cultural proficiency sessions. But, like all good things, it came at just the right time; it will be used to help strengthen my ability to effectively facilitate professional learning for those just starting their journey.
Outcomes: · Experience a professional learning environment that facilitates awareness, commitment, and action that are supportive of equity in education. It is a guide I will share with new leaders as they begin their work with cultural proficiency. I am a huge fan of this book and this work. John Krownapple is the expert guide for those starting to lead the cultural proficiency journey for the school, school system, or organization for which they serve. Since cultural proficiency is an inside-outside approach this book has a critical emphasis on facilitators doing their own work so they can move from their head to their heart just like they want participants to do. Read Part 1: and Part 2:.