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The 4 Actions of Instructional Leadership That Will Turn Your Dream School into a Reality
Of all the hats a principal wears the most vital is that of instructional leader. An instructional leader elevates achievement by equipping teachers with skills to empower students. An instructional leader respects each teacher as a learner and honors their individual learning process. Learn practical feedback and reflection strategies that support professional growth. Interact with research-based actions and practices in curriculum, instruction, assessment, and climate that foster teacher growth and increase student achievement. Develop the actions of instructional leadership.
This session delivers key tools and resources while answering these questions:
– Why is instructional leadership vital?
– What are the actions of instructional leadership that support adults and, in turn, students?
– How do you implement the actions of instructional leadership that build a community of ownership and achievement?
|| MEET THE PRESENTERS ||
| Author and Administrator Coach |
Co-founder of Elevated Achievement Group, a professional learning company dedicated to helping educators develop student ownership at all grade levels and at all types of schools. Bob’s work led him to co-write the books DEVELOPING STUDENT OWNERSHIP, a practical guide for educators to motivate students to own their own learning and DEVELOPING INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP, a comprehensive and functional guide for principals to create a culture of ownership in their schools.
| Author and Instructional Coach |
Co-author of the books DEVELOPING STUDENT OWNERSHIP and DEVELOPING INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP and co-founder of Elevated Achievement Group. Jane founded this professional learning company with the express desire to focus on supporting educators as she feels they need to be supported—with a collaborative approach instead of a top-down approach.