Learn how to create meaningful relationships within your community that will help build effective, innovative learning environments that support student and staff success.
Reflect on the role of education leaders as community builders and explore theories, models, approaches, and strategies that enable and support the development of collaborative networks between various stakeholders (e.g., principals, teachers, school/organization teams, students, families, and community members). Join discussions, engage with case scenarios, and build your capacity to develop and sustain effective education community relations. Throughout the course you’ll develop your portfolio and personal leadership resource archive.
Who Should Attend?
- OCT Certified Educators who aspire to transition into a school leadership role (e.g., Vice-Principal, Principal) and meet the Ontario College of Teachers requirement for the Principal’s Qualification Program (PQP) Part I.
- Education Professionals (Non-OCT), such as Domestic and International Teachers, Administrators, aspiring Principals, School Leaders, Teacher-Leaders and Governance Members in International Schools who are looking to explore and develop the skills, knowledge, resources, and competencies of effective and adaptive leadership within the K-16 space.