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Associate Superintendent, Speaker/Consultant, BAMMY Award nominee, Edu Blogger, and PDK Emerging Leader
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A5: Two-Way Communication with Families: App, Blog, Twitter, Facebook, Face-to-Face meetings, etc. Families as Partners
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A5: Positive Communication with Families begins with improved communication: School App, Phone Calls, Texting, Blog, etc.
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A3: The best teacher teams support each other. I may have the most challenging student in the grade level, but the team supports
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A3: Situational Leadership supports decision-making. The rule may say OSS, but your gut may say to support the child and mentor.
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A3: Treat every student like he/she is your own child.
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Douglas Reeves 40m
“Hold accountable” in school usually means grades. A century of grading research: grades as punishment don’t work.
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A2 You can't lose with positive relationships. Some students come from broken homes. Teaching & Learning are secondary to heart.
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I think this is a leadership issue. The supt., curriculum director, principal, and assistant principals need to create a culture of learning
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A1 We can build a community that focuses on Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Communication, & Creativity OR Focus on Compliance
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A1: What is the balance between Compliance and Contribution in your classroom?
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Good morning! Steven Weber, Associate Superintendent Fayetteville, Arkansas
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A4: Give teachers opportunities to lead. Remember, someone took you to your first conference or said, "I believe in you."
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A4: Always look for potential leaders and future leaders. You either have a leadership surplus or a leadership shortage.
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Replying to @cooper1503
I like this answer. Too much feedback is hard for a person to reflect and implement change. Well said!
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Chris Cooper 1h
A3 Game film it. Break down as one point in time. Always learning. No punative action for Celebrate positives as well.
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Andrea T. Gabbadon 1h
Ask Ts to self-assess and collaboratively make goals for improvement. Then, track progress and celebrate growth!
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A3: Leading with Questions | Visit another school to learn from other teachers/districts | Video Feedback (i.e., Jim Knight)
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A2: Leaders Develop Leaders - Give someone a leadership platform.
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Learning Walks are powerful! The has protocols for supporting teachers and administrators.
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