2022 Collaborative Response Symposium!
"The Symposium is what keeps the fire burning. Each session is a log on the fire that provides the fuel for the flame to keep us going as we move forward on improving learning and educational experience for all students."
- Austin Nunn, Assistant Superintendent, Westwind School Division
We are excited to announce our Annual Collaborative Response Symposium!
The Collaborative Response Symposium is a virtual event for educators looking to establish, refine or sustain their Collaborative Response. The Symposium design ensures flexibility and supports the valued time of individuals, with all learning opportunities accessible via recordings, and live sessions scheduled before, during and after school. Register for this unique learning event without needing a substitute or rearranging your schedule.
2022 Collaborative Response Symposium Overview - access an overview for the symposium, sharing key details about the 2022 event. Please share this document with your colleagues and anyone you feel may be interested in the Symposium!
2022 Collaborative Response Symposium Poster - access a promotional poster sharing key information about the 2022 Symposium, to be displayed and shared with school and district staff teams
Two layers of learning to build and refine your understanding of Collaborative Response!
Asynchronous Learning - Video Library
Beginning on April 18, 2022, registrants will gain access to the restricted symposium website to access a large number of session recordings, all focused on various topics related to Collaborative Response. 10-15 minute video recordings, developed by school and divisional leaders, as well as presenters from Jigsaw Learning, will deepen your understanding and support the implementation of Collaborative Response. These recordings will remain available for symposium registrants until May 30, 2022 and then can be available through the Collaborative Response Membership Site.
Registrants will also receive access to over 80 recordings from last year’s Symposium, including keynotes and panel discussions.
View Pre-Recorded Sessions
Synchronous Learning - May 3-5, 2022
Each day will begin with an opening address from 8:00 - 8:30 am by Kurtis and Lorna Hewson, focused on a foundational component of Collaborative Response. These sessions will be recorded and available on the Symposium site.
Two session times during the day (12:00 - 12:45 pm and 4:00 - 4:45 pm), registrants can choose to attend the following options:
- Panel discussions - join 2-4 educational leaders as they share their learning in a variety of areas
- Discussion forums - join other registrants to engage in facilitated discussion related to guiding questions connected to Collaborative Response
Registrants also have the opportunity to sign up during the day for Individual consult sessions, one-on-one consultations with individual Jigsaw Learning team members.
The symposium will conclude with a closing address and door prizes on Thursday, May 5 at 4:00 pm MST.
View Live Session Schedule
Become a Collaborative Response Member
Receive access to free webinars and past webinar recordings, recordings from past Collaborative Response Symposiums, timetabling overviews, exclusive resources and more! If your organization is engaging in establishing or sustaining Collaborative Response, this membership will extend and deepen your learning, providing tools to support your school or system efforts.
Become a Member
Leading Collaborative Response Podcast
Unsure of what Collaborative Response is? Looking to understand how leadership impacts Collaborative Response?
Join Lead Learners and Co-Founders of Jigsaw Learning, Kurtis and Lorna Hewson, to hear more about Leading Collaborative Response. Kurtis and Lorna will share insight into the role of leaders through the process of implementation to sustainability, with a specific focus on the WHY behind the leadership activities. Listen to build your own capacity in leading Collaborative Response in your context!
Looking for feedback related to your Collaborative Response structures and processes?
Consider engaging in a school review or a Collaborative Team Meeting review process, to receive valuable feedback to help your school take the next steps.