F2F/P - Leading Student Achievement:  Networks for Learning (LSA)

Created by harricav on May 12, 2017

Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at A Toronto venue is to be determined.

Starts at 8:30 AM · Ends at 3:30 PM, EDT (America/New_York)

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Type of Professional Learning

At the discretion of the Director

Intended Learning Outcomes

At the session participants will further their understanding of the five priorities of LSA by listening to experts and practicing reflective discourse in small groups:  Leadership Networks/Principals Learning Teams, Professional Learning Communities, Collaborative Inquiry, Knowledge Building/Knowledge Forum and the Renewed Mathematics Strategy.   Experts in the field provide keynotes and the project evaluator reports on research findings and makes recommendations.


After the session participants will have been exposed to a wide variety of shared promising practices and will have deepened their knowledge in the above mentioned areas. Participants will be able to continue the networked learning back at their districts.

Suggested Participants

LSA District teams which can include: Supervisory Officer with LSA responsibility; LSA Coordinator Principal, Representation from elementary and secondary principals and Vice Principals, School Effectiveness Lead, Student Success Lead

In-person or Virtual


Multiple-Offering Events




Contact Person

Maria Ivankovic

Contact Email

Contact Telephone Number


Other Relevant Information

ADFO, CPCO and OPC in partnership with and funded by the Student Achievement Division.


November 8th from 8:30-3:30 for LSA district teams.

350-400 participants.

A Toronto venue is to be determined.