Leading by Convening: A Method for Meaningful Partnership and Authentic Engagement
Leading by convening is an evidence-based strategy that moves away from traditional expected behavior for interacting in collaborative practice. The framework provides strategies to help stakeholder engagement become more comprehensive, holistic, result in long term sustainability and establish a foundation for authentic engagement in supporting improved student achievement. This edWeb.net Teaching Students with Autism webinar was presented by Dr. Luann L. Purcell, Executive Director of Council of Administrators of Special Education, Inc. (CASE), who walked participants through this groundbreaking strategy. Dr. Purcell provided attendees with resources, tools, information, and skills to assist them in understanding and implementing collaborative partnerships that build connections and foster authentic engagement through leading by convening.
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