COREN Menu of Quick Wins
Scroll through our Menu of Quick Wins below to see how you can better support educators in your school or district!
Want to Better Support Educators of Color in Your School?
What it is: a space for all BIPOC educators to feel supported and nurtured in their growth and empowered to create positive changes in their schools, districts, and communities.
Why you’ll like it: Educators and aspiring educators get to build relationships, feel more connected. Administrators have the opportunity to learn from these educators on how make improvements.
Who is doing it already: We have had participants from CCSD, RSD, JCSD, HDESD, and BLSD!
Want to Understand Why Teachers are Leaving?
What it is: COREN has researched and developed a best-practices Exit Survey that you can implement now!
Why you’ll like it: Better understand why educators are leaving your district and what you can do to increase retention of talented staff.
Who is doing it already: Jefferson County, Redmond, and the HDESD have began implementation.
Interested in Team Building Through Equity Learning?
What it is: Facilitated discussions with interested people; Could be teachers, or community.
Why you’ll like it: Participants build a common language and are empowered to work to implement improvements based on what they learn.
Who is doing it already: Hugh Hartman Elementary; 4 teams around the region.
Want to Increase Belonging in Your School Community?
What it is: Training with Care Coach Amber McGill focused on strengthening relationships in the classroom, especially when harm has occurred between two or more people.
Why you’ll like it: Teachers like this because it provides them with tools for more responsive and positive classroom management and because they get to learn from and with a community of teachers who are experiencing the same thing.
Who is doing it already: Cohorts have been made up of teachers around the region.
Want to Support New Admins Through the Lens of Equity?
What it is: Equity-Centered training for administrator mentors, who are paired up with new administrators for a year of paid mentorship and professional learning.
Why you’ll like it: New administrators get the support they need for everyday questions through an equity lens. New administrators and experienced administrators create relationships that lead to ongoing support.
Who is doing it already: Bend La Pine Schools