Harness the power of collective efficacy to accelerate students’ learning. Do your students understand the potential of collaborating with others? Do they believe that they will learn more if they develop both “I” skills and “We” skills? Collective student efficacy requires more than pushing tables together and inviting students to talk or 'work in groups'. Learn the essentials of task design, skill development, assessment, and shared definitions of success.
Success Criteria for participants
• Identify the vital components and evidence-based success criteria necessary for students’ collective efficacy
• Describe the "I" and "We" skills that need to be developed to ensure students have the skills and confidence to contribute to group success
• Explain the nature of learning design, lesson planning, and classroom structures that ensure opportunities for all students to engage in collective efficacy