Networked Improvement Community (NIC) for Instructional Coaches and Teacher-Leaders
The goal of this community is to support coaches and teacher leaders. NICs are communities grounded by shared goals, norms, theories and practices. They coordinate and accelerate learning through strategic knowledge management. Participating in this NIC will support continuous improvement planning and will facilitate meeting the required CFP evidence of impact. The community will meet three times throughout the year in two regional locations, Rutland and Newport. The dates for the Rutland community are November 27, 2018 (*** THIS DATE WAS RESCHEDULED TO DEC. 18, 2018), February 1, 2019, and April 5, 2019 located at the State office of Children and Family (2nd floor at Health Department). The Newport community will meet November 9, 2018, January 30, 2019, and April 3, 2019 at the North Country Career Center. All session will meet from 8:30-3:00. We will not be providing lunch. Our community meetings will be led by Heidi Whipple, Susan Yesalonia, and MC Moran.
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