RESEARCH

Social action depends on the belief that a group can effect change. Collective efficacy  helps people realize their shared destiny.  

- Bandura 1997

  • Operationalize the highest influences on student learning 

  • Partner with students to expand student ownership of learning 

  • Engage students in self and peer assessment 

  • Build a culture of efficacy using  practical, easy-to-implement protocols

Impact Team Implementation

SELECT MODEL 

Impact Teams

FOUNDATION

DAY 1

FOUNDATION

DAY  2

BUILD SYSTEM

CAPACITY

3-6 months

COACHING

SESSIONS

The Model Team Approach empowers teacher leaders by strengthening peer facilitation. Schools will focus on developing 2-3 Model Impact Teams that will serve as models for other teams. This approach builds the expertise of teams to:

  • Facilitate an effective team meeting

  • Use protocols to guide Impact Teams Inquiry Cycles

  • Determine quality evidence to understand impact

  • Analyze and triangulate quality evidence

  • Agree upon high impact collective actions aligned to the Visible Learning 

  • Expand student ownership of learning

The Research

The development and design of the Impact Team model is based on extensive research that identifies those practices that maximize student learning (Hattie, 2009). Impact Teams operationalize seven influences that are proven to have the highest effect on student learning:

  • Collective Efficacy: 1.39 ES

  • Assessment Capable Learners: 1.33 ES

  • Success Criteria: 1.13 ES

  • Formative Evaluation: 0.90 ES

  • Classroom Discussion: 0.82 ES

  • Teacher Clarity: 0.75 ES

  • Feedback: 0.75 ES

Why focus on building a culture of efficacy?

Students with a strong sense of self-efficacy:

  • Are intrinsically motivated

  • Challenge themselves

  • Are persistent—show grit

  • See mistakes as learning opportunities

  • Are confident about achieving personal goal

Teachers with a strong sense of self-efficacy:

  • Exhibit more planning and organization

  • Are more open to new ideas

  • Are more persistent and resilient

  • Are less critical when students make mistakes

  • Are less inclined to refer a difficult student to special education

SAFETY

MASTERY

MOMENTS

FEEDBACK

MODELS

OF 

SUCCESS

CTE=1.57

Collective teacher efficacy (CTE)
 is more important in explaining school achievement than
socioeconomic status.
Hoy, Sweetland & Smith, 2002

Impact Teams System

Innovation Model

Dr. Alan Daly speaking about the power of Social Networks
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