Convene an advisory group of students to help you become a more effective educator.
Cogenerative dialogue refers to a conversation among a group of people who come together to reflect on a shared experience and ways to improve it. The goal of the dialogue is to co-generate a shared action plan. In education, cogenerative dialogues usually involve 4-5 students and their teacher, meeting regularly (once every week or every other week) to discuss ways to improve the classroom learning experience. While some groups might focus on the overall classroom culture or class policies, others might examine a specific upcoming lesson plan or a particular assignment. Cogenerative dialogue groups usually meet before school, after school, or during lunch.
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Reflect on and align your core values for being an educator with your interactions and relationships with other educators.
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