What are they?‌ Collegial Cohorts Icon
  • Small groups of teachers with similar teaching assignments, organized by grade level and/or content

  • Opportunities for professional growth and development, facilitated by an AEA/ASD Facilitator

  • Topic-driven discussion groups

    • Monthly face-to-face meetings

    • Possibly electronic interactions as well.   

Who can participate?
  • Anyone desirous of growing in their professional practice through collegial conversation 

How to Join a Collegial Cohort
  • Go to My Learning Plan (MLP)
  • Click on "Fill-In Forms"
  • Click on "Certificated MY Forms"
  • Click on "My Collegial Cohort Form"
  • Complete form 

What’s in it for you?
  • Collaboration time with veteran peers

  • Member driven discussion topics

  • Confidentiality (not tied into evaluation)

  • Voluntary participation

  • Monthly meetings

  • Ongoing virtual support through Moodle

  • No cost!

     

How can I become a Collegial Cohort Facilitator?
  • Complete the Mentor Communication Skills class to become a qualified mentor/facilitator.
  • Notify the Professional Learning Department (PLD) of your desire to facilitate
  • Participate in Collegial Cohort facilitator training

 

Questions:

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