|Presented by:||Amber Hester|
|October 29, 2020 | 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM|
First Nations School Authorities are unique and responsive to their local contexts. This session shares samples of the structures and processes established with a variety of schools and system leaders as they leverage teams to support building staff capacity and student learning. Leadership structures and processes required are also unique and responsive. In this session, we will be sharing a variety of processes being used by First Nations Leaders that were established for their unique contexts as they supported teachers and embedded the learning agenda, student services and language and culture into their school structures.
This learning opportunity is being subsidized through funding from Alberta Education.
Amber Hester has been an educator for over 20 years, most of those in leadership positions such as principal, district coordinator and assistant superintendent. Amber has developed district teams and school level teams to support all students. She actualized the Collaborative Response Model and expanded the CRM process at a district level. Amber has developed policies, system processes, and procedures to streamline service delivery for students. Amber’s passion and expertise are working collaboratively to plan strategically, build solid teams and increase leadership and staff capacity to determine how teams and systems can best support students. Amber is dedicated to work in a collaborative manner in a variety of capacities to help individuals, teams and systems grow to support all students. Amber is currently a Lead Learner with Jigsaw Learning.
Registration Deadline: October 28, 2020
Registration Fee: $20.00