How to Drive Schoolwide Teacher Inquiry with Brad & Genevieve Ermeling
Many schools and districts have carved out time for teachers to collaborate and solve problems of practice. But once teams are up and running, assisting each group to maximize the value of collaborative inquiry can be a daunting challenge for any instructional leader. In this webinar, Brad and Genevieve Ermeling provide practical guidance and resources from extensive US and international research to help school leaders support and sustain schoolwide teacher inquiry. 

Step by step, you learn how to:
  • Identify the flaws in traditional support models that cripple productivity and results 
  • Shift the focus from management and control to strategically assisting performance 
  • Adopt a new leadership framework with a sustainable system of settings and assistance 
  • Gain access to practical tools for maximizing support and productivity with teacher teams and facilitators
Brad Ermeling
Bradley A. Ermeling
is an educational consultant and a member of a research team from UCLA and Stanford. He spent seven years working as an educator in Japan, developing firsthand knowledge and expertise with Japanese lesson study, and has published numerous articles on developing and supporting systems for collaborative inquiry and continuous learning. In the United States, he taught high school English, special education, and directed professional learning programs, before shifting his attention to educational research. He was a co-recipient of the 2010 Best Research Award from Learning Forward for his contributions to research on instructional improvement through inquiry teams. He was also coauthor for the article titled “Learning to Learn from Teaching: A Firsthand Account of Lesson Study in Japan” which was named 2015 Outstanding Paper of the Year by Emerald Publishing and the World Association of Lesson Studies. Dr. Brad Ermeling’s current research interests include lesson study and collaborative inquiry, facilitation practices that promote productive struggle, and digital resources that support the study of teaching and learning.
Genevieve Ermeling

Genevieve Graff-Ermeling is Chief Academic Officer at Orange Lutheran High School, educational researcher and consultant. She spent seven years working as an educator in Japan, developing curriculum and participating firsthand in Japanese lesson study projects. She also taught and designed curriculum at the high school level in the United States. She has held several positions as an external coach and site-based facilitator of teacher reflection, design of assessments, inquiry-based science teaching, and the use of data to inform teaching in multiple subject areas for both elementary and secondary, public and private schools.

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Date: June 6, 2016
Time: 6:30 PM Eastern/ 3:30 PM Pacific time

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