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District Leadership|Innovative Leadership|组织领导和变革管理|学校领导力

这是初级:有针对性的K12领导力发展,以解决大问题

正如我们写这一点,我们在Covid-19抵达全力之前,我们正在考虑2020年的最后一个“正常”个月。每周2月20日教育教育的标题采样突出了社会和情感学习,技术在教育中的作用以及有效学校领导的重要性。随着后宗的益处,我们可以反映我们所面临的挑战,在学校领导人面临的复杂挑战中。现在,增加了优先考虑并快速行事的紧迫性。

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District Leadership|Innovative Leadership|组织领导和变革管理|学校领导力

为什么我们需要领导的要素

今年9月,教育要素在全国范围内进行了对学校亚博博彩领导者的领导脉冲检查调查。结果表明了集体和充满希望的前景,尽管我们生活在如此挑战性和前所未有的时代,我们的需求和限制定期转变。

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District Leadership|Innovative Leadership|团队和文化

Three Types of Leaders Every Learning Organization Should Have

One of the best things about living your professional life in education is the assumption implicit in the field that everyone has something valuable to contribute, and there is always an opportunity to level up. Over the past year, we have seen this belief confirmed in classrooms, virtual classrooms, schools, and districts all over the country as teachers, counselors, campus administrators, and district leaders have taken on challenges and shifted the way school happens with no notice, little training, and endlessly changing demands and limitations.

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Innovative Leadership|返回计划|Strategic Planning

拿走或离开它:在全球大流行期间的战略规划的经验教训

一年前,我 - 就像许多人一样 - 为我认为为期两周的检疫时,他正在亨普利下来。十三个月后,我发现自己适应了我的情况。我创造了一个舒适的工作 - 从家庭空间,拥抱了许多家庭DIY项目。我已经开始了一个草本植物,购买了一个充气的婴儿池(我没有宝宝),我有足够的时间进出形状...多次。我已经学到了很多关于我从未质疑过的“暂停”之前的事情。例如,我对时间的看法是完全任意的:有些日子似乎从未结束,而在别人中,24小时不觉得足够。我还重新发现了一个全夜睡眠的魔力,有什么祝福和特权来拥有我的健康。有些东西我计划永远消除我的生活(我正在看着你,非健壮的牛仔裤)和我希望在下一个阶段的生活中纳入一些事情(你好,邻里走路)。我也看到许多地区合作伙伴在识别我们希望与我们带来的紧张局势并留下我们的下一阶段。

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危机管理|Innovative Leadership|Teachers

来自教育工作者的韧性的灵感

当我们看着C的比赛项目apitol unfold on January 6th, like many, our team jumped into crisis response mode. A planned all-day, company-wide training and retreat was canceled, as we checked in on teammates in the D.C. area, and reached out to partners, family, and friends to see how we might support them. We created safe spaces for each other to debrief and discuss, find some comfort amid the uncertainty, and pause on our to-do lists for the day if needed. Once the initial shock wore off and the flurry of activity wound down, I was sitting glued to my screen, constantly refreshing my feeds. I’d already passed the point where my mind was begging for a break from the news, needing time and space to process what I was seeing, but I’m the person at Education Elements who’s responsible for our social media channels () – this is what I do! Sad and overwhelmed, I remarked to my team, ‘This is one of the few times I’m not happy to be “the social media person”’. I had no idea that by the end of the night, I couldn’t disagree more with those words if I tried.

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Innovative Leadership

Reflecting on Your Leadership Through a Year of Unexpected Firsts

2020 was, among many things, a year of firsts. The first time a non-English language movie, Parasite, won Best Picture at the Oscars. The first time millions of people stopped their daily commute and set up a home office, classroom, or waited to resume their jobs and typical routines. The first Black Vice President, the first Asian-American Vice President, and the first female Vice President elected in the United States – Senator Kamala Harris. The first time for many people homeschooling their children, and for children to be attending school virtually. The first time a female athlete scored in a Power 5 Conference game in NCAA football (Sarah Fuller, Vanderbilt), the first female NFL coach to make it to the Superbowl (Katie Sowers, 49ers), and the first female General Manager appointed in the MLB (Kim Ng, Marlins). The first time Hallmark released a holiday movie with an LGBTQ storyline, The Christmas House. The first time one of the most commonly uttered phrases of the year was, “You’re on mute.” And, of course, the first time for most people to live through a global pandemic and navigate an unprecedented amount of disruption and change. While 2020 was a year of many firsts, there are a few things that we can count on to persist in 2021 and beyond. We can expect that unexpected change is a constant. We can expect that genuine connection is a basic human need. And we can expect that innovative, empathetic, and inclusive leaders are essential in guiding teams and individuals through whatever challenges and opportunities the future holds.

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