Teamwork and Collaboration

Leadership roles in education in teamwork and collaboration!

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Teamwork and Collaboration by Mind Map: Teamwork and Collaboration

1. The potential impact of effective collaborative teams on teaching, learning and increasing student achievement of learning.

1.1. Psychological safe teams (Zimmerman, D. P., Roussin, J. L., & Garmston, R. J., 2020)

1.1.1. Experiment ideas together

1.1.2. Discuss Mistakes with one another

1.1.3. Share Ideas to each other

1.1.4. Ask for and receive feedback

1.2. Out of box thinking

2. The characteristics of effective teams.

2.1. Group memebers seek deedback from each other

2.2. Freedom to talk about errors and failures to learn from them

2.3. High value on curisosity, inquiry, and interdependence

2.4. Aware of similarities and differences

2.5. Reflective on growth and errors

2.6. More postive than negative communication

2.7. Support, encourage, and appreciate others

2.8. Willing to take risk

2.9. upbeat and optimistic

2.10. risking intelligentily

2.11. Adhering to agreed-upon practices

2.12. Inquiring respectivitly

2.13. Provide opportunities for diverse views to be expressed

2.14. Self-monitoring and observation of others

2.15. Find ways to improve discernment

2.16. Understanding and studying differences in beliefs about learning

3. The benefits and challenges of collaboration.

3.1. Benefits

3.1.1. Integration

3.1.2. Pronmotes empathy

3.1.3. improve teacher effectiveness

3.1.4. Classroom activites more manageable

3.1.5. Bounce ideas

3.1.6. Create a shared vision

3.1.7. Community sense of belonging

3.1.8. improve students success

3.1.9. Out of box thinking

3.2. Challenges

3.2.1. Possible conflicts with individuals

3.2.2. uneven workloads

3.2.3. Closed off on sharing views

3.2.4. Experienced teachers not listening to others ideas

3.2.5. New teachers not voicing their ideas or opinions.

4. The role of leadership in establishing, supporting and maintaining a collaborative culture within an educational organization.

4.1. Open communication dialogue

4.2. Create leadership groups

4.3. Promote and encourage leadership roles

4.4. Role-model

4.5. Authentic Listening

4.6. Communication skills

4.7. Understanding of others feelings /body language

4.8. Sharing of knowledge

4.9. Continued collaboration with all

5. Team Norms

5.1. Highly functioning

5.2. Collaboration

5.3. Teams flow

5.4. Precise goal and commitment to one another

6. Analyze student work

6.1. Determines effectiveness of instruction

6.2. Educators look at gaps in learning

6.3. Better idea of what students learned

6.4. Educators reflect on what needs to improve

6.5. Much reflection and analysis occurs

7. Response to Intervention

7.1. 3-tiered program

7.2. Gives students and opportunity to learn at grade level

7.3. Prevents a problem from getting worse

7.4. RTI are used in special education and students with behavior issues

8. Curriculum writing and Instruction

8.1. Define what should and should not be taught

8.2. Amount of time spend of standards

8.3. Educators are on the same page as one another