Resource: Exploring Interprofessional Collaboration and Ethical Leadership

November 13, 2015 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

From an announcement on OCT website:

“The Ontario College of Teachers, in conjunction with the College of Early Childhood Educators, are very pleased to offer a new professional learning resource related to interprofessional collaboration and ethical leadership within the context of early learning. This joint resource was developed through a collaborative research project involving members from both colleges.”

From Exploring Interprofessional collaboration and ethical leadership :

Page 1: “This resource is designed to facilitate critical dialogue and reflection regarding interprofessional collaboration and ethical leadership. Early childhood educators, teachers and educational leaders may choose to use this resource to support individual and collective professional inquiry as well as to help foster cultures of ethical practice.”

Page 2: “The conceptual frameworks for interprofessional collaboration and ethical leadership invite practitioners to critically explore and co-construct key dimensions associated with these important forms of professional practice. Reflecting on professional decisions, thinking and actions through the lens of conceptual frameworks supports collegial dialogue, inquiry and reflection. A description of an inquiry-based consensus workshop methodology is provided for those who may want to develop their own conceptual frameworks related to interprofessional collaboration and ethical practice.” … Frankly, does anyone know what this means? The rest of the document is far less jargon-y and it includes a very useful chart titled Essential Dimensions of Interprofessional Collaboration which could be used to guide any collaborative project.

Check it out!


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