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MONITORING: AN ITERATIVE PROCESS
Dr. Allan Luke
There is no silver bullet....
The School Effectiveness Framework
Professional Development - Precision - Personalization
Dr. Lucy West
Becoming A Learning Organization
Dr. C. Coburn
Rethinking Scale: Moving Beyond Numbers To Deep Lasting Change
Dr. Carol Dweck
Mindsets: Self-Regulation and Achievement
Dr. Jo Boaler
Mathematics: Raising Expectations and Achievement Levels
MATH FORUM
Dr. Margaret J. Wheatley
Using Emergence to Take Social Innovation to Scale
Dr. Michael Fullan
Motion Leadership
Dr. Kenneth Leithwood
Transformational Leadership
A MONITORING MOMENT: GATHERING EVIDENCE
STUDENT VOICE
THE INSTRUCTIONAL CORE
Dr. Tim Noakes
The Mindset to Succeed
Dr. Angela Duckworth
The Key To Success.....GRIT?
Bruce Rodrigues
Chief Executive Officer: EQAO
SIM K-12
System Implementation and Monitoring
A Conversation Tool For Reflection On Mathematical Tasks

This site has been made available to provide a forum for sharing and dialogue by educators across Ontario, as schools and districts move towards high levels of student achievement; reduced gaps in student achievement; and high levels of public confidence in public education. This site aims to provide Ontario educators with information and resources to support their on-going work in the area of System Implementation and Monitoring K-12.
LC_Logo_SmallThe goal of Learning Connections is to enhance literacy and numeracy instructional practice through the effective use of technology. Available for educators in publicly funded K – 8 schools across Ontario, LC is funded by a grant from the Literacy & Numeracy Secretariat of the Ontario Ministry of Education. LC supports educators across the province with access to applications, technology, professional learning and collaboration opportunities. LC members collaborate and share through face-to-face conferences, monthly online meetings and the Learning Connections website.

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