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Building A Culture Of Support

Author : P J Caposey
ISBN : 9781317922032
Genre : Education
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Written in a down-to-earth and people-first style, this book is for principals and aspiring school leaders. Caposey shares insightful advice and meaningful examples for building a healthy school culture. Learn the essential strategies that will help you transform and improve your school by embodying a service mindset and focusing on supporting the mission and vision, the professionals in the building, the students, and the community as a whole. This is also an ideal guide for students in a principal preparation course—demonstrating how a culture of support is at the heart of all successful school improvement efforts.

You Re The Principal Now What

Author : Jen Schwanke
ISBN : 9781416622246
Genre : Education
File Size : 41. 4 MB
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A principal’s job is astonishingly complex, and its competing demands can be overwhelming, especially in the first few years. In this book, Jen Schwanke, a principal herself, provides a mentor’s guidance to steer new principals through the period of adjustment and set the foundation for a long and rewarding career. The topics you wish your graduate program had covered are covered here—directly, practically, and without the jargon. Drawing on her own experience, Schwanke provides strategies for tackling the most common yet most daunting challenges of the principalship, including * Establishing productive professional relationships * Building and maintaining a positive school culture * Resolving conflict among staff and parents * Providing effective instructional leadership * Supporting students’ social-emotional needs * Conducting staff evaluations and delivering feedback * Keeping up with district, state, and federal mandates * Managing the facility and the budget * Providing focused and effective professional development * Prioritizing responsibilities * Learning from student and schoolwide data * Planning for growth and change * Working through behavior and discipline issues * Hiring high-quality teachers and supporting new ones * Leading effective meetings * Maintaining balance The standalone chapters provide easy access to the solutions you need for the situations you face. Along with real-life scenarios and critical tips for success, you’ll find helpful models of what to do, what to say, and how to say it. This book is a source for ideas any time you encounter a problem and think, “Now what?” It’s the beginning of an ongoing conversation about the wonderful and rewarding work of being a principal.

Transforming School Culture

Author : Anthony Muhammad
ISBN : 9781934009994
Genre : Education
File Size : 24. 60 MB
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Busy administrators will appreciate this quick read packed with immediate, accessible strategies. This book provides the framework for understanding dynamic relationships within a school culture and ensuring a positive environment that supports the changes necessary to improve learning for all students. The author explores many aspects of human behavior, social conditions, and history to reveal best practices for building healthy school cultures.

Differentiation Is An Expectation

Author : Daniel Weckstein
ISBN : 9781317925255
Genre : Education
File Size : 46. 38 MB
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Turn your school into a place where every child achieves. This book provides leaders with all that they need to promote differentiation in their schools and districts. Through research and first-hand experience, the authors have identified effective strategies for hiring differentiation-minded staff members, communicating the need for differentiation to all stakeholders, motivating teachers to differentiate, and using differentiated teacher evaluation to effect change.

Stem Leadership

Author : Traci Buckner
ISBN : 9781416620952
Genre : Education
File Size : 30. 73 MB
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This practical, hands-on guide shows K-12 school leaders how to support STEM programs that excite students and teachers—even if the leader is not an expert in science, technology, engineering, or math. Buckner and Boyd explore ideas for fostering equitable access to rich and rigorous learning experiences, acting as instructional leaders, and building community engagement and partnerships. You’ll get advice on creating a structure to help teachers examine, discuss, and improve students' learning experiences. And you’ll learn how to support teachers in designing challenging lessons that foster students' curiosity and ingenuity in working on real-world problems. Finally, you’ll learn ways you can effectively tap into the wealth of resources in your community to help achieve your STEM vision.

Creative Strategies To Transform School Culture

Author : John F. Eller
ISBN : 9781452272634
Genre : Education
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The authors present practical, proven strategies to improve school culture, including activities for developing collaborative work relationships, dealing appropriately with conflict, and fostering rapport.

Fearless Conversations School Leaders Have To Have

Author : Irving C. Jones Sr.
ISBN : 9781506367552
Genre : Education
File Size : 25. 84 MB
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Step out of Your Comfort Zone and Really Help Kids To meet the needs of today’s learners, fearless leadership is required to support and empower the adults who work with these learners. Written to help leaders build a culture of learning and improve academic achievement for all students, this guide to recognizing and using strategies will encourage staff to work at their full potential, build trust, and strengthen collegiality. Readers will find • interviews and case studies to illustrate effective practice • strategies to help them move from traditional methodologies toward stronger transformational leadership • examples to ignite additional thinking to facilitate achievement for all students

Creating A Culture Of Support For Teacher Leaders

Author : Rosemary Gornik
ISBN : 9781475840001
Genre : Education
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Within the pages of this book you will meet six, K-12, practicing, public school administrators, and two university instructors who give concise study-and-practice guidance on two aims; 1) to build the awareness and capabilities to become a lead professional for democratic ways of living, and 2) to develop the school culture needed to support this teacher leadership. Teacher leadership is not in addition to the many initiatives administrators face each day. Rather, you will read stories about teacher leadership incorporated into the initiatives that already exist. By distributing leadership, administrators organically utilize the gifts and talents that individual teachers already possess defying prescripted roles and specific job descriptions. A key feature in this text is its problem-solving orientation, and the interplay among teaching/learning/leading research that raises critical questions for professionals ready to understand the nuances of educational growth in societies with democratic ideals. In spite of the political demands for efficiency and accountability, six administrators worked with teacher leaders in different contexts to develop and exercise the wisdom, which honors the democratic ideals upon which our society was built.

School Leaders Beliefs About The Best Practices And Strategies For Creating An Engaging Classroom Culture For At Risk Students

Author : Leon Williams, Jr
ISBN : 9781312155619
Genre : Education
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School Leaders Beliefs about the Best Practices and Strategies for Creating an Engaging Classroom Culture for At-Risk Students. The key findings were the following: Alternative school leaders including principals, vice principals, and teachers create a culture of engagement in schools with at-risk students by enhancing school spirit, creating opportunities for success, sharing leadership among staff members, and displaying a concern for the well-being of at-risk students. The best practices and strategies that have successfully helped with discipline problems in at-risk students in alternative schools are scheduling regular meetings with students, modeling appropriate behavior, calling parents, being preemptive, referring to the school disciplinarian for in-school-suspension, and developing relationships with students.

The Principal As Professional Learning Community Leader

Author : Ontario Principals' Council
ISBN : 1412963133
Genre : Education
File Size : 41. 6 MB
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This resource provides principals with practical support, step-by-step plans, and hands-on strategies to lead the development of thriving professional learning communities in their schools.

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