Student Experience. Gaining a greater understanding of the student experience can be a critical step in how we approach our school improvement efforts. Toward these ends, what do our students want us to know? Likewise, what information can we share to their benefit?
Instructional and classroom management practices are often the focus of our school improvement focus. As teachers who are deeply committed to the wellbeing and success of our students, we feel the weight and responsibility of all that is expected of us. What is our voice and how can we best express it?
As principals, balancing the expectations of our many constituents and stake holders is our daily challenge. Providing a steady hand of practical management coupled with empowering vision requires us to be in good communication and good standing with those we concomitantly lead and serve. We encourage principals to express their thoughts and hold meaningful conversations around five essential areas of school leadership.
Teachers can be given the opportunity to rate their principal on five essential constructs