We are the leaders in Collaborative Response!
Collaborative Response is a school framework that values collaborative, action focused responses, data-informed discussions, and timely support to ensure all students can experience success. Join the hundreds of schools and districts embracing Collaborative Response as an organizational mindset to respond to the needs of students, while enhancing the professional capacity and collective efficacy across the entire school or system!
Through a Collaborative Response lens, we can provide support in the following areas:
A teacher's first years can make or break their experience and may influence them throughout their career. Establishing or strengthening your beginning teacher program to ensure consistency will lead to increased efficacy in classrooms as well as staff retention.
Determining essential outcomes, developing purposeful assessment plans,and delivering “best practice” learning opportunities are key factors in supporting students. Clear expectations and strategic implementation of curriculum, assessment, and instruction focus are crucial for school success.
The effective implementation and sustainability of digital solutions in schools can be complex and challenging on many levels. To truly make a difference for the success of students, it necessitates a robust roll-out and coordinated learning plan.
The investment in early years is integral to a solid support system across a school or district. Establishing beliefs, shared vision, common purpose and developing collective capacity are all elements of establishing the foundations for early learning.
Educational Assistants play an important role in every school. Articulating roles and responsibilities of educational assistants as well as understanding the important work they do is integral to how they effectively support students and families. Explore an online educational assistant learning series available for asynchronous learning opportunities.
Our team has experience working with First Nation Educational Authorities to provide supports in a number of areas that honour and respect culture, relationships and indigenous ways of knowing and being.
Providing a consistent, well articulated system of Inclusive Supports is an integral part of how a school ensures effective learning opportunities for all. Scaffolding teams, exploring and advancing the principles of inclusion and articulating processes and structures are important elements of inclusive supports.
Literacy is a primary focus for all schools and districts. While every classroom and every teacher engages in literacy practices, there is a wealth of learning in providing effective literacy programming and assessment.
Online teaching and learning requires a systemic understanding of what this type of learning involves and consideration of its associated best practices. To ensure students and families experience success online a variety of mediums, approaches, and contexts should be considered. Our team can help!
Establishing Responsive Behaviour Support ensures positive learning experiences for all. The implementation of a behaviour continuum of supports, behaviour matrix and the focus on establishing routines are all integral components of a responsive behaviour system.
School leadership is a challenging yet rewarding experience. Supporting school leaders through coaching and mentoring can ensure leadership success, impact and higher levels of retention.
System leaders require a vast expanse of skill sets as well as the ability to guide and support others. Visioning and engaging in effective strategic planning provides the context for working with teams and moving a system to success.
Did You Know?
We have a large number of resources in French. Learn More!
We provide extensive and comprehensive support for First Nations
Educational Authorities and Indigenous Partners. Learn More!
Principal - E.G. Wahlstrom School
Principal - Kate Chegwin School
Principal - Memorial Composite High School
Coordinator of Curriculum and Instruction – Learning Services Branch - Maskwacîs Education Schools Commission