Today, perhaps more than ever before, we recognize as educational leaders that the problems that challenge our efforts to support the academic achievement of all students is a global issue. To achieve this goal we have outlined a pedagogical approach that is grounded in a framework for collaboration.
Framework for Collaboration
The collaborative framework we propose will support the following learning objectives:
Collaborators involved in the WELL dialogue should be willing to make a commitment to the following:
Data collected on the WELL project can contribute important information about the improvement of leadership practice. Participants in this collaboration can help to transform leadership practice into a broader global framework. It also makes possible the enrichment of understanding of cross-national leadership issues, perspectives and solutions to problems. Each pair would engage in reflective practice and be asked to document:
Documentation of this pedagogical approach will provide an important tool in our continuing efforts to connect our students internationally. By engaging in reflective practice, this project cannot only benefit this first cohort of individual participants, but has the potential to provide formative assessment data that could benefit future participants.
Our focus at the School of Leadership and Education Sciences is to connect educational leaders in conversation around the world—here is an opportunity to begin the dialogue.
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Rose Linda Martinez, Ed.D.
Director, Educational Leadership Development Academy
University of San Diego
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