by: Sharon Friesen, Michele Jacobsen, Barb Brown, & Gabriela Alonso Yanez - Moving Forward with High School Redesign in Alberta provides a strategic framework for a theory of action for change.... Continue Reading
Top teachers were the *most* likely to seek advice from their peers. The better the teacher performed, the more likely they were to obtain feedback on how to be even better.
Asking for advice & feedback is a sign of strength, not weakness.
"Even those children whose past unsuccessful performances have shattered their confidence in their abilities to build knowledge or skills, can succeed by understanding their own super power of neuroplasticity." twitter.com/judywillis/sta…
Relational trust is a huge factor in school culture. It comes down to relationships. Relationships with staff and relationships with students. When there are strong, trusting relationships it becomes easier to keep student learning and success at the center of your practice.
This has been such an amazing PD for me as a teacher. I thank you for your encouragement. Your expertise and for your passion to enable us to be more powerful dynamic educators. I can’t wait to carry on this journey. ~Judy