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Tuesday, April 11 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Collaborative Reforms: Essential Elements for District and School Implementation

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The presentation is geared towards Teachers, Administrators and System Leaders who are about to embark on the development of collaborative structures. The presenters will provide a practical and honest discussion of the systemic and interpersonal challenges that must be navigated to produce successful reform. The conversation will highlight successful implementation strategies, professional development requirements, key first steps, data collection tools as well as other structures necessary for successful implementation of collaborative practices. Mark and Shawn have collective experiences with implementing collaborative reforms at all levels of the education system. It is our hope attendees will learn key areas necessary for successful implementation while engaging in meaningful conversation. Together, they have navigated the challenges of “polarity” that emerge when system reform begins to impact school vision and direction.

Speakers
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Mark Davidson

Superintendent, Medicine Hat Public School Division
Mark is serving in his 27th year in public education.  For 23 of these years he has served as an administrator.  From his early time as the Vice-principal in a small, rural elementary school through service as Principal of several rural and urban high schools to his current role... Read More →
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Shawn O'Shea

Principal, Peace Wapiti School Division
Shawn has been a teacher, vice principal and principal with experience ranging from ECS to gr 12. He has lead and participated in a number of initiatives including participation as one of the original 16 High School redesign project and successfully transitioning a collaborative... Read More →


Tuesday April 11, 2017 3:45pm - 4:45pm MDT
New Brunswick Room