Leading Student Achievement (LSA): Networks for Learning  is a project developed by the provincial principals' associations, l'Association des directions et directions adjointes des écoles franco-ontariennes (ADFO), the Catholic Principals' Council | Ontario (CPCO), and the Ontario Principals' Council (OPC), in partnership with and funded by the Student Achievement Division, Ontario Ministry of Education (EDU).

The project is based on a multi-level approach providing support to district and school leaders as they:

  • improve learning and well-being for all students;
  • collaborate in Leadership Networks/Principal Learning Teams to improve leadership for learning;
  • build effective Professional Learning Communities within schools, across districts, the province, Canada and internationally thereby establishing effective Leadership Networks;
  • engage in Collaborative Inquiry Processes, Knowledge Building and the Renewed Mathematics Strategy;
  • focus on the LSA Theory of Action (2015);
  • share promising practices;
  • contribute to educational research.

Virtual Learning Sessions

Learning Leadership for Math Success: Fundamental Math 

This session is designed to enhance a leader’s capacity as they consider next leadership moves focused on:

  • Leadership and Math
  • What Leaders Need to Know About the Fundamentals of Math
  • Identifying the Signs of a Strong Math Culture (Students, Teachers)
  • Encouraging Strong Math Instruction When It’s Not Evident and
  • Building and Sustaining Math Success – The Leader’s Role.

 

View this Virtual Session on YouTube