LLN: Leadership Development to Sustain Momentum

Statewide Critical Feedback Group Instructional Rounds to Advance Equity Customized Support
Description A community of practice of diverse educators meets regularly to reflect on, share and give each other collegial feedback on professional practice. A community of practice of educators  that engages in multiple instructional rounds to accelerate instructional innovation and leadership development. Support in designing and implementing specific leadership development and school improvement projects and initiatives.
Key Outcomes Participants use protocols to engage in transformative conversations on critical topics of equity.

Participants reflect on their practice and give each other collegial feedback on their most pressing professional questions and dilemmas.

Participants develop a community that gives and receives feedback on leadership and instructional growth areas through classroom observations.

Participants learn strategies to lead instructional rounds in own context.

Determined by specific contract
Audience Teacher, school and/or district leaders Teacher, school and/or district leaders Teacher, school and/or district leaders
Program Structure Seven 2.5 hour sessions throughout the school year Two full day  initial sessions

Four 3 hour instructional rounds

Two hour final session

Determined by specific contract
Customization* None None Full
Interdistrict or Intradistrict Interdistrict Intradistrict or Interdistrict Intradistrict or Interdistrict
Base Pricing*

* Customization to the curriculum or design is available for all offerings, and will change the base pricing.

Check Out the LLN: History & Impact

Questions? Please contact LLN Co-Directors, Mary Vieira maryvieira@clee-ri.org and Barbara Mullen barbaramullen@clee-ri.org

Center for Leadership and Educational Equity


.The mission of the Center is to provide leaders with professional learning and support to create equitable outcomes for students in our schools..

We believe the best way to learn is together and the best way to lead is by example; therefore, our programs engage leaders in professional learning communities that model best practices for staff development in schools. The Center currently runs two such programs for teacher and school leaders, the Principal Residency Network (PRN) and the Learning Leader Network (LLN).