Our June Course Offerings:
Preparing to Lead a Mission-Aligned Curriculum Audit (June 6 - 12)
• Develop a template to begin an internal, mission-aligned curriculum audit this summer or next year.
Primary Competency Addressed: Maintain integrity to mission for the academic program
Academic Leaders will learn to do the preliminary work necessary to audit and evaluate curriculum. We’ll share frameworks that can be adapted for use in a division, department, or school internal audit. Participants will come away with a template they can use to begin a mission-driven curriculum audit this summer or next year.
Five Teacher Hiring Tactics to Adopt for Summer Hires (June 6 - 12)
• Gain a better understand the current recruiting realities
• Learn to evaluate candidates and their match to your school’s mission and values more quickly
Primary Competency addressed: Build and lead an effective team
In this course, we’ll explore some practical and powerful tactics that Academic Leaders can implement to support their strategic hiring goals, even for unexpected summer hires. These are tactics that can be enacted without radically disrupting the existing hiring process on campus. Participants will learn how to implement these tactics and enable candidates and hiring committees to understand one another more accurately earlier in the process. Choose to implement one or more this summer!
Supporting Faculty Wellbeing Right Now (June 13 - 19)
• Understand how a personalized approach can help leaders build a culture that supports individual wellness.
• Reflect on the needs of multiple campus constituent groups after three disrupted school years
Primary Competency addressed: Build and support trusting relationships
What do your faculty members need right now? In this course, Academic Leaders will learn how to support a healthy professional culture—centered around empathetic interactions—within their department, division, or whole school. Each community member’s unique set of perspectives and coping strategies are part of their professional lives, and academic leaders can take concrete steps to help each individual bring their best and authentic self to school.