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Transcript of Capacity Building
2. What may be done to increase the sense of kinship,
neighborliness, and collegiality among the faculty?
3. How might the faculty become more of a professional
community in which everyone cares about each other and
helps each other to grow, learn, and lead together?
4. What kinds of school and parent relationships must be
cultivated to enable parents to be included in this emerging
5. How may teaching and learning settings be arranged so they
are more like a family?
6. What are the shared values and commitments that enable the
school to become a community of minds What does capacity building mean
in the educational setting? Questions to Ponder! Capacity Building
Schools What may be done
to increase the sense of kinship,
neighborliness, and collegiality among the faculty? University of Phoenix
December 9, 2012
Angela Liggins How might the faculty
become more of a professional community in which everyone cares about each other and helps each other to grow, learn, and lead together? What kinds of
school and parent relationships
must be cultivated to enable parents to be
included in this emerging community How may teaching and learning settings be arranged so they are more like a family? What are the shared
values and commitments that
enable the school to become a community of minds? Capacity building is:
• A process of combining elements
and resources within a school to
benefit all participants
• The goal of capacity building is to
create and implement programs
that will allow all members to grow.
• Catalyst for change. 1. Create a positive work and learning
2. Staff meetings
3. Professional development
4. Newsletters promoting school connectedness
5. Encourage Teacher leaders, mentors, and team
building through continuing education and
training opportunities 1. The school, as a whole, must set guidelines to
determine common goals and beliefs to establish
2. Each staff member is encouraged to become a
stronger member of the community.
3. Staff should be encouraged to share expertness
with other staff members
4. Staff should have the opportunity to gain
additional knowledge and skills
5. Teachers can team teach and gain insights
from each other. 1. School staff should be open and encourage
parents to be a part of the learning team.
2. Staff needs to embrace all parents and families
leaving preconceived notions behind.
3. All parents should be treated with respect.
4. Activities that are meaningful should be
5. Parents should be valued.
6. Parents should be invited to participate. 1. Classrooms can have a more cohesive setup with desks
in a small groups encouraging communication and
2. Tables and chairs instead of desks can be used to
3. Learning stations can be established to encourage
students to move more freely around the room creating
an open learning environment.
4. Individual learning styles and different learning
modalities to encourage classroom cohesiveness. 1. Respect for staff members
2. Respect for students
3. All personnel will work together to
ensure parents are included in the
4. Respect for each individual’s culture
5. Establish programs to promote each
Students. Relationships take time to nourish and grow. By looking at capacity building as a relationship building process, schools can begin to build a more positive learning environment that will benefit all stake holders.