Better Together: Fostering Effective Relationships for Authentic Learning Partnerships

Educational leaders need to consider the necessity of effective collaboration in complex educational networks. The Campus Calgary/Open Minds model allows students to directly benefit from complex relationships between educational districts within Calgary, community learning sites, funders, and educational supports. In pursuit of personalized, inquiry-driven learning, intentional relationships can help foster approaches for meaningfully incorporating contemporary teaching and learning best practices together.
Experiential Learning, Instructional Leadership, Communities of Practice, Partnerships, Interdisciplinary Learning
Meredith, J., Robertson, T., Kistorma, I., McKenty, S. D. & McClernon, F. "Better Together: Fostering Effective Relationships for Authentic Learning Partnerships". 2017 In Preciado Babb, P., Yeworiew, L., Sabbaghan, S. (Eds.). Selected Proceedings of the IDEAS Conference: Leading Educational Change, pp. 140-149. Calgary, Canada: Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary.