The Impact of Simulations on the Resilience and Well-Being of School Leaders and Teachers
March 21, 2023
In this webinar, our panel of experts in Educational Leadership and Teacher Education will discuss their research and experience on the critical importance of simulations in preparing and developing aspiring school leaders and teachers to accelerate their readiness to successfully take on their new roles.
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Topics that the panelists will discuss during the webinar include:
- Development and Preparation
- Resilience and Well-Being
- Self-Efficacy and Confidence
- Navigating Difficult Conversations
Meet the Panelists!
- Ashley Ireland, Ed.D., Loyola Marymount University, Affiliate Faculty and Instructional Director, Simulated Learning | Department of Teaching and Learning
- Christopher Small, Ph.D., Florida State University, Program Director, Educational Leadership and Administration MS/EdS
- Erin Murray, University of Connecticut, UCAPP Program Coordinator, Adjunct Professor of Educational Leadership
- Amy Serafini, Ed.D., Auburn University, Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Foundations, Leadership, and Technology
Jennifer Bailey, Ed.D., University of Texas Tyler, Assistant Professor of Practice, Teaches Graduate Programs for Principal Preparation and Curriculum and Instruction, Former Campus Principal and Central Office Administrator
The purpose of this webinar is to provide context, within the increasingly complicated and contentious school environment, for the potential impact of simulation practice as a targeted professional development method that may go beyond pre-service preparation and continue as a learning pathway for in-service school leaders and teachers by examining the most recent research on leadership and teacher development.
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SchoolSims provides a powerful and affordable way to deliver highly effective training for school leaders and teachers. Current and aspiring leaders and teachers are offered a chance to experience real-life scenarios that depict true events but in a simulated setting. Since there aren’t always right or wrong answers when it comes to human behavior, experimentation is encouraged within the simulation as there is no way to fail. Participants practice critical thinking and are encouraged to discuss the reasons behind their choices which allows for peer-to-peer learning.