Envisioning a Collaborative Response Model: Beliefs, Structures, and Processes to Transform How We Respond to the Needs of Students
Kurtis Hewson, Lorna Hewson, and Jim Parsons
Responding to the individual needs of students involves a cultural shift in schools and districts. A Collaborative Response Model is a school-wide framework that places inclusion at the core and ensures a collaborative response to the individual needs of students. Explore how the establishment of collaborative team meetings, assessments and a pyramid of interventions ensure a systematic framework of structures and processes for educational organizations.
Envisioning a Collaborative Response Model has been instrumental in accelerating our system’s shift toward building powerful, job-embedded professional learning and action structures. It is, at once, principle driven and pragmatic; providing educators with relevant examples of the model in action. Keeping student learning at the core, the book speaks to educators in a way that motivates and empowers.
Mark Davidson, Superintendent (Medicine Hat School District No. 76)
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..the structures and processes put in place through a Collaborative Response Model framework are critical to ensuring further success for our students.
Marilyn Schmitke, Principal (Winterburn School, Edmonton Public Schools)
“Envisioning A Collaborative Response Model”, a required read in Clearview Public Schools, provides a framework and a laser focus for our staff to drill down into the needs of students who are faltering, and generate ideas and solutions designed to achieve success.
Peter Barron, Superintendent (Clearview Public Schools)
A game changer.
Todd Samuelson, Principal (Southview Community School, Medicine Hat School District No. 76)
Kurtis, Lorna and Jim have brilliantly presented a model that addresses student learning strengths and need, engages teachers in focussed conversation and builds teacher capacity in actively responding to student programming needs.
Leslee Jodry, Assistant Superintendent (Northern Gateway Public Schools)
The African Proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child” comes to life through the Collaborative Response Model.
Karen Chrenek, District Principal (Peace Wapiti School Division No. 76)
Hewson, K., Hewson, L., & Parsons, J. (2015). Envisioning a collaborative response model: Beliefs, structures, and processes to transform how we respond to the needs of students. Edmonton, AB: Jigsaw Learning Inc.