Ideas and successful practices from principals in the Master Principal Program.
The following is a website with resources on how the RTI and TA (Technical Assistance) community focuses on how to help educators maximize student achievement through early identification of learning or behavioral difficulties: http://www.tacommunities.org
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autismspeaks.org is a great resource. Lots of information and a very timely website. I just followed them on Twitter and they have wonderful updates. You can follow me and them! @jeffhernandez22
I have encouraged teachers to attend specific trainings at our coop and conferences for co-teaching and behavior tools. If I provide the time and the registration and PD hours for them, they are usually very willing.
I have just finished a very useful and informative professional text called Student-Centered Leadership by Viviane Robinson.The book focuses on five dimensions of student centered leadership. The dimensions include establishing goals and expectations, resourcing strategically, ensuring quality teaching, leading teacher learning and development, and ensuring an orderly and safe environment. The book is easy to read and full of information that causes reflection of the day to day work of the building administrator. I would recommend it for all Phase II members to have on their desk as a guide for instructional leadership.
I'm looking for ideas on math interventions/intervention programs for secondary math, and not necessarily online resources. Any suggestions?
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