FLC 2: Professional Perspectives – ONLINE DELIVERY
This course explores the knowledge, technical abilities, and interpersonal skills required for effective personnel leadership. School leaders interact with a variety of individuals and groups within the school and in the community. They work individually with teachers and other staff daily as they supervise, coach professional growth, and evaluate performance. They also work at a group level with various staff, parent and community members to develop collaborative planning and problem solving mindsets. As they develop teams, foster collaboration, and support the growth and development of staff, school leaders build capacity to achieve successful outcomes for students.
Cheryl Chuckry The instructor for this course is Cheryl Chuckry, who works as the Department Head in the Professional and French Language Services Department at The Manitoba Teachers’ Society. Her current portfolio includes designing and delivering professional development for teachers and school leaders across the province, as well as overseeing the Collaborative Learning Team Grants initiative. Cheryl’s experience in K-12 education over a 25 year period includes various roles such as teacher, resource teacher, divisional curriculum consultant, program leader, vice principal, principal and COSL Director.
Dr. Danielle Fullan Kolton is the Assistant General Secretary: Programs & Professional and French Language Services at The Manitoba Teachers’ Society. In this capacity, she provides support of the management function of the Society and oversees professional learning programs and services. Danielle is passionate about supporting members in the complexity of teaching, leading, and learning. She has worked as a K-12 teacher, principal, educational consultant, and university instructor.
All classes are from 9:00 am to 4:00 p.m. and will be delivered online using a ‘synchronous/asynchronous’ blended format. To clarify, the synchronous coursework (50%) will happen through video-conferencing classes using Zoom, and the asynchronous work (50%) will be done online, using the web-based platform, Schoology, where students will interact with one another through message boards in online forums.
September 12, 2020
October 17, 2020
November 28, 2020
January 23, 2021
February 20, 2021
March 20, 2021
$650 (MTS Members)
Registration – OPEN
Questions about registration should be directed to Joyce Deleau at email@example.com.
Successful completion of all scheduled classes and demonstration of assignment criteria will meet the requirement for a 3-hour credit Field-led university course. When successfully completed, Field-led courses are accepted as external credit by Manitoba universities who offer post baccalaureate and Master of Education diplomas in educational administration.
Please note: In order to have the Field-led credit transferred to your program, you must be registered in a post baccalaureate or Master of Education program in educational administration at University of Manitoba, Université de Saint Boniface or Brandon University and obtain a Letter of Permission from that university prior to the start of the Field-led course.