Cancelled: Low Registration Enrollment; Leadership Matters: Developing School-Based Leadership Capacity presented by: Ann Cunningham-Morris
The research is clear: Principals and their leadership teams, including teacher leaders, make a difference in teacher and student success. Leadership matters! So, what leadership development practices should be in place to ensure that principals, assistant principals, and classroom-based teacher leaders reach their full leadership potentials so that students benefit? How can we ensure that leadership development for all school-based leaders becomes a catalyst for overall school improvement? How can we approach school-based leadership growth and professional learning using strengths-based strategies and practices?
In this institute, participants will explore the answers to these questions by examining the four key roles and 17 criteria of effective instructional leaders. They will leave this session armed with an increased repertoire of leadership development practices and action plans to use in their schools and districts.
1. Examine tools, strategies, and practices they can use as school-based leaders.
2. Develop individual action plans to guide them in implementing their next steps in their leadership development journey.
3. Understand the changing roles and responsibilities of principals, principal supervisors, district-level instructional leaders, mentors, and coaches in ensuring highly effective school-based leadership teams.
Principals and their leadership teams, including teacher leaders, make a difference in teacher and student success.
Workshop Fee will be charged to those who fail to show for a workshop.
To avoid the charge, Staff Development contacts for this workshop must be notified in writing at least 3 business days prior to workshop date.
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