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michael williford Jan 18
Replying to @tsschmidty
A4. Remember that "you Don't know what you don't know" and that is ok. Be humble, ask questions, seek answers. When you open your mind up, new answers and possibilities open up.
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🍎Sandy King📚 Jan 18
Sandy- IC from WJ, Utah. Awesome PD: *Relevant to the learning needs of the educator *Humor *Practical application *Ongoing support rather than one and done *Valuing the expertise of the room *Overall, great instruction/engagement
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Marci Houseman Jan 18
Replying to @marcihouseman
And...when that PD is coupled with ongoing job embedded coaching and support...it is awesome!!
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Marci Houseman Jan 18
A1: Do—before spending time on the what and how of the PD—ensure it is aligned to the goals for the year. Ensure everyone sees & understands the alignment. Don’t—Don’t fail to communicate this alignment. If we think we are communicating enough, we aren’t.
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Jeff Wasem Jan 21
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Dr. Todd Schmidt Jan 18
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Eduro Learning 12h
What have participants told us about their experience with The Coach? Find out more: Registration opens February 3rd
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Ari Flewelling Jan 23
So excited! I just got word from the that my Certificate of Eligibility for the CA Administrative Services Credential is OFFICIAL. I can apply for admin jobs in CA schools now! Woot woot!
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Marci Houseman Jan 18
I have embraced the GROW model of coaching. Goal, reality, options, way forward. Talk less and ask more questions. The art of questioning can help us help others effectively navigate their struggles and come out on the other side feeling more confident and capable.
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Chrys Walker Jan 18
A1 Do: Facilitate PD that is immediately applicable to the needs of our team and Ss. Don't: Talk at our team, give handouts that don't apply to our work, and refuse to answer follow-up questions
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BreAnn Fennell Jan 18
Replying to @tsschmidty
a2: Too much at once. Stress. Low moral. Too comfortable doing the same thing.
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Chrys Walker Jan 18
A2 Collective, team growth is stymied when leadership does not prioritize intentional team-oriented capacity building. Individual growth is stymied when don't reflect and use that reflection to spur our own development
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Wade Stanford Jan 23
Excellence begins with one person raising the standard. They strive for greatness in their life & empower others to do the same. Be that ONE person!!
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#PrincipalProject Jan 18
AP invites you to join her in getting out of your office – and she offers 5 strategies for making it happen, from using a portable desk to scheduling walks with Ss & Ts:
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michael williford Jan 18
Replying to @tsschmidty
A5. "Shattering Inequities: Real-World Wisdom for School and District Leaders" has been a key book in some of the work we are doing this year. Looking at those systemic issues in education and developing ways so ALL kids can learn.
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Travis Lape Jan 18
A4: This graphic could be used for educators as well.
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Kim Aman Jan 18
A4: Be Open minded! Be willing to try something new!
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Marci Houseman Jan 18
A2: Too much, too fast. Far too often we try to do so many things in education that we don’t do anything well. We have to narrow our focus to what matters most in terms of improving teaching and learning. Connect every decision & all of our support to that focus.
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tyler @3_DLeadership Jan 18
A4: learn your district and school politics FIRST. Figure out what the real values of the school are (as opposed to stated values). Learn your environment before you extend beyond
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Joe Truss - Culturally Responsive Leadership Jan 18
A2: we stymie professional growth when we force it, when folks don’t want it, or when we take away the productive struggle of others. We need to ask provocative and deep questions, not spoon feed answers or solutions.
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