Lights, camera, learning improvement action! —A multimedia case development 'immersive learning' approach to building educators' instructional teaming capacity for school turnaround success

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Abstract

This article presents lessons learned from a multi-year, externally funded school-university collaborative partnership project exploring the use of multimedia case development techniques as immersive learning means for: 1) reenergizing elementary and secondary educators and school community stakeholders’ potential for collaborative organizational learning and positive school improvement vision-building; and 2) nurturing educators’ instructional teaming capacity for jumpstarting demonstrable instructional improvement. The unique case learning approach employed in this multi-year, funded project effort—utilizing a combination of organizational case development and analysis, theatrical portrayal, and movie scene production techniques—taps into the collaborative teaming potential of groups of educators (teachers, counselors, instructional coaches, campus principals, and assistant principals) and school community stakeholders (parents, school board members, community social services provi
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)58-60
JournalInternational Journal of Modern Education Research
StatePublished - Aug 17 2018

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