COD 2020 - M309

Teacher Empowerment for Enhanced Student Learning

Heads of department, coordinators and supervisors. Teachers willing to fill these posts

1 sessions, start: 18-Feb

Course detail

Year: 2020
Level: Management
Language: English
Status: Ended
Lugar: ESSARP - Deheza 3139, CABA
Facilitator/s: Ms. Inés Stefani
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ESSARP Schools
Free of charge
Exams Schools
ARS 2400.00
Non affiliate
ARS 2400.00


Sessions Dates Start Finish
1 18 February 2020 09:30 am 04:30 pm


Inés Stefani

Inés Stefani is a Uruguayan teacher who graduated from "Magisterio" in 1980 and since then has taught at bilingual schools. In 1989 she graduated as a Reading Recovery teacher in New Zealand. She has worked and studied for 4 years in that country. She later completed a Bachelors of Education in Teaching, and a Masters Degree in Teaching at the University of Auckland in New Zealand as well as a Certificate in School Middle Management, at UNITEC, Auckland, New Zealand. Inés has been doing consultancy work, in the field of literacy acquisition, nationally and internationally, especially in Brazil and Argentina since 2003. She was Academic Principal from 2005 to 2010 and Head of School from 2011 to 2017 at Woodlands School, in Montevideo, Uruguay.
She has just recently retired from that job, after 37 years of teaching, and is back doing consultancy work.She is currently teaching at Universidad de Montevideo at Magisterio Bilingual.
Heads of department, coordinators and supervisors. Teachers willing to fill these posts
- Viewing the role of principals as instructional leaders
- Understanding the correlation between teachers’ efficacy and enhanced student learning
- Discussing the concept of Collective Teacher Efficacy
- Empowering teachers through effective teacher appraisal systems, professional development and celebrations
- Building a strong community of learners – teachers and students
- Developing good communication and professional relationships: school culture and school climate
- The role of principals to make a difference to instructional leadership
- CTE - collective teacher efficacy: teacher empowerment
- Characteristics of effective teachers
- Collaborative practices and celebrations that challenge and promote learning
- School culture and school climate
- Presentations
- Discussions
- Sharing experiences
- Teachers Make a Difference, What is the research evidence? John Hattie University of Auckland
- Twelve Characteristics of an Effective Teacher, A Longitudinal, Qualitative, Quasi-Research Study of In-service and Pre-service Teachers’ Opinions by Robert J. Walker
- Review of research “How leadership influences student learning” ,Kenneth Leithwood, Karen Seashore Louis, Stephen Anderson and Kyla Wahlstrom
- What Reflects a Great School? Not Test Scores, Regie Routman
- Collective Teacher Efficacy (CTE) according to John Hattie
- Teacher Efficacy: Why It Matters and How Administrators Can Help
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