It seems as if there’s never enough money available for education. As an administrator or teacher, you may be looking for additional funding for special projects and resources for your school. Luckily, there are many grants out there for schools, … Continue reading
Kim Marshall Coaches new principals, New Leaders for New Schools, Brookline, Massachusetts Drawing on his experience as a teacher, central-office curriculum leader, principal, leadership coach and editor of the Marshall Memo, Kim Marshall will identify 10 areas in which the … Continue reading
Innovations Lab includes: •Informal Networking/ Innovation Coaching •LIVE #B@CKCH@NNELedu •Podcasts for Education Leaders •Leveraging Voxer To Connect Asynchronously With You •Social Media to Engage Families & Community •Innovating the Principal-ship – Without Technology Date :Tuesday, June 30, 2015 Time : … Continue reading
With August just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to reflect on how well you’ve managed your schedule so far during the summer. Last week we provided you with several ideas to make the most of your time, including: making staffing decisions early, revising safety procedures if necessary, networking with colleagues, using technology to your advantage, and taking staff input into account.
The students are home. The teachers are on vacation. The front office phones have stopped ringing off the hook. Yes, your workday as a principal may be much quieter now, so take advantage of the summertime to become more efficient, increase your skills and prepare for September with renewed enthusiasm. Here are some ideas for making this happen: