Professional Learning Network
Inclusionary Practices Project School Leadership Teams
The AESD Inclusionary Practices Project (IPP) supports coordinated professional learning for school leadership teams. The project’s purpose is to support educators and school leaders with developing and implementing sustainable systems, structures, and practices that support all students with meaningful access and engagement in inclusive learning environments.
Assemble your leadership team!
We are looking for 15 School Leadership Teams from each region. Teams consist of two or more leaders from your school. Mini-grants are available to project participants who fulfill the grant requirements.
Leadership teams from around the state will participate in professional learning based on district/school needs to support:
- Development of a common vision and philosophy of inclusion
- Analysis of current practices to identify areas of strength and need
- Creation of an action plan to improve inclusion and inclusionary practices during remote and in-person learning
How it Works
School Leadership Teams will work towards successfully leading the implementation of inclusionary practices in their building by:
- Scheduling collaboration with their IPP regional coordinator for systems coaching and support with implementation
- Creating a vision/common commitment statement for inclusionary practices
- Identifying data for measuring and showing growth related to inclusion
- Documenting the implementation journey by sharing an action plan, completing a interview, and/or completing a video and be willing to participate in AESD IPP Evaluation Team efforts
Frequently Asked Questions
What should my School Leadership Team look like?
School Leadership Teams should be made up of two or more people (one with decision-making power) who are committed to leading the implementation of inclusionary practices in their building.
What is the time commitment to participate in this project?
A minimum of 16 hours by June 30, 2021.
Will schools receive funding in support of this work?
Yes! To support participation in the project, School Leadership Teams that submit a completed IPP Mini Grant Form and End of Project Summary will receive a mini grant of up to $5,824.32.
Your IPP Regional Coordinator will support your School Leadership Team with the following services:
- Curating materials specifically for your team from our AESD IPP 12 modules
- Providing access to IPP statewide professional learning opportunities, both synchronously or asynchronously for your teams.
- Consulting and/or co-planning around action planning for implementation
- Networking and connecting with other IPP cadre members or grants that can support you in improving inclusive practices
- Providing access to free resources and materials
- Providing access to AWSP school leader PLCs to network with others committed to this work
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