School Leader Development Workshop
Build dispersed leadership, and drive sustained student achievement. Building a high reliability school requires a collaborative effort that stretches from the top of the district down into the classroom. Leadership skills are crucial and can be developed.
This workshop addresses five areas of school leadership that impact student achievement and dives deep into the principal actions and behaviors that lead to success in each area:
- A data-driven focus on student achievement
- Leading a continuous improvement of instruction
- A guaranteed and viable curriculum
- Cooperation and collaboration
- School climate
The content and strategies in this workshop align with the Marzano School Leadership Evaluation Model and the 2008 Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium Standards.Request workshop
- Examine the research linking principal leadership to student achievement.
- Learn strategies to develop the capacity and effectiveness of educators.
- Provide principals the tools and support they need to lead a successful professional learning community.
- Discover what kind of training is most effective for PLC leaders.
- Determine resources for monitoring student learning.
District leaders, school leaders
One or two days; select an overview or a specific area of focus