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  1. Plym Middle Leadership Course Cohort 1 Summer 2014 – Summer 2015

  2. Welcome • Introductions • Housekeeping

  3. Objectives Building on your experience: • Secure and develop your knowledge and your understanding of your actions as a leader • Opportunity to reflect and challenge your own practice as part of your own professional and personal development • Bridge the perceived gap between the ‘academic theory’ & practice

  4. Plan for this evening… • Thinking about Professional Development • Thinking about Leadership • Thinking about Effective Middle Leadership

  5. Thinking about Professional Development

  6. According to Hargreaves… Professional Development is not merely a sound investment in teacher and school improvement : It is a critical way in which teachers constantly demonstrate to their students that everyone is learning all the time and that this can be profitable and pleasurable. (Yes – he said “pleasurable!”)

  7. Thinking about Professional Development : Activity • What was your best experience of CPD? • What was your worst experience of CPD? • What are you hoping to gain from this programme? • How do you intend to approach this programme?

  8. CPD / JPD • What is your understanding of JPD?

  9. Joint Practice Development Process of mutual engagement which opens up and shares practice with other learners. Fielding et al (2003) JPD is principle underpinning this programme: • Interactive • Mutual development • Trust • Challenge & Support • Recognition of roles and contribution • Research informed & evidence based

  10. Summary of Differences between CPD and JPD

  11. Summary of Differences between CPD and JPD Source: Hargreaves, D,H 2012 , A self-improving school system: towards maturity, NCSL

  12. Thinking about Professional Development : Activity • What could I offer someone else? • What would I like to gain from someone else?

  13. Thinking about Leadership

  14. Thinking about Leadership: Activity 1 Distributed Leadership • What is your understanding of Distributed Leadership? • What is your experience of Distributed Leadership?

  15. Distributed Leadership • Perspective of a Senior Leader • Perspective of a Middle Leader • Perspective of a Classroom Teacher

  16. Thinking about Effective Middle Leadership

  17. Interview Question! • Identify 3 of your strengths. • Identify 1 of your ‘areas of development’ (We don’t say ‘weaknesses’!

  18. Look at your ‘Interview Question’ • Are your strengths and weaknesses related to leadership?

  19. Thinking about Leadership : Activity How would you define ‘Middle Leadership’? Why did you become a Middle Leader? What is your understanding of Leadership and Management?

  20. Thinking about Effective Middle Leadership : Activity • List the characteristics of an effective leader? • Compare your list with your partners – Similarities/Differences? • Rank – Top 3

  21. Thinking about Effective Middle Leadership : Activity

  22. Thinking about Effective Middle Leadership • Which of the headings are leadership characteristics? • Which of the headings are leadership strategies?

  23. Thinking about Effective Middle Leadership : Activity 3 • Homework – Middle Leader Reflection Sheet(s) • RED • AMBER • GREEN

  24. Plenary This bit is yours Mr Dyke!