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empowering and teaching teachers as the next level of leadership

Empowering and Teaching Teachers as the Next Level of Leadership

Meg McClellan & Angela B. Stepancic

in order to create
In order to create...

clip

WORDSPLASH:

5-word #BOOM

environment controls growth
Environment Controls Growth
  • Research for best practices:

Carol Gilligan Research Text

  • Natural female bonding
  • Supportive home / school connection
the power pyramid scheme
The Power Pyramid Scheme

Leadership through Collaboration

Personal Contact

Trust and Understanding

trust understanding
Trust & Understanding
  • Respectful Conflict Resolution
    • Vertically
    • Horizontally
    • Organically
  • New Teacher Seminar
    • Support and Fellowship
  • Mental Health and Stress Management
    • Unexpected Merriment
    • Room for Quirks
personal contact
Personal Contact

Social Capital

“When the relationships among teachers in a school are characterized by high trust and frequent interaction” –Leana

  • Tangible Efforts
    • Principal as Faculty
    • Collegial Feedback
  • Intangible Necessities
    • Tap into each teacher’s personality for inspiration and motivation
    • Avoid negative spirals; focus on the challenge

Purposeful listening leads to purposeful action!

leadership through collaboration
Leadership through Collaboration
  • Classroom as Inter-dependent Unit
    • What does this look like?
  • Disagreement produces best products
    • Challenge yourself - Open your ideas to scrutiny
  • Use your best resources: Teachers!
    • Evening mini-classes
    • Teacher led PD on pertinent issues
    • Internal Mentoring
teacher as griot
Teacher as Griot

How can you become a griot in your own school?

How can you inspire other teachers towards this same goal?

How can the pyramid help attain this success?

references
References
  • Grolnick, Wendy S. “Parent Styles Associated with Children's Self-Regulation and Competence in School”. Journal of Educational Psychology. Vol 81(2). June, 1989.
  • Leana, Carrie R. “The Missing Link in School Reform”. Stanford Social Innovation Review. Fall 2011.
  • Myatt, Mike. “The Impact of Un-Learning on Leadership.” SmartBlog on Leadership.http://smartblogs.com/. Sept, 2011.
  • Shearhouse, Susan H. Conflict 101: A Manager’s Guide to Solving Problems So That Everyone Can Get Back to Work. Amacom: May, 2011.