8 09, 2020

Are You a Leader or Are You Being the Boss?

2020-09-08T20:05:17+00:00

In this article, you will learn:

  • The differences in being a leader or being the boss and why it matters.
  • How to determine your own style and why it is critical to developing the skill of instructional leadership.
  • Where to find additional support for developing instructional leadership (www.elevatedachievement.com).
Are You a Leader or Are You Being the Boss?2020-09-08T20:05:17+00:00
16 07, 2020

How to Empower Your Teachers to Have the Greatest Impact on Their Students

2020-09-08T20:02:14+00:00

In this article, you will learn...

  • That more than structures, policies, and programs, that the most significant effect on student achievement is caused by the classroom teacher.
  • The vital roles of teachers, school-site administrators, and district-level administrators in elevating student achievement.
  • How to support your teachers in cultivating an ownership mindset.
How to Empower Your Teachers to Have the Greatest Impact on Their Students2020-09-08T20:02:14+00:00
2 06, 2020

How to Prepare for the Unknown

2020-08-17T23:39:49+00:00

In this article, you will learn...

  • Education consistently goes through many types of changes, some planned, some controllable, and some unknowable.
  • Investing your resources in ensuring students have best, first instruction from their teachers is the strongest investment an administrator can make.
  • All student learning is driven by standards-based curriculum, efficient instruction, regular assessment, and a positive academic climate.
How to Prepare for the Unknown2020-08-17T23:39:49+00:00
2 06, 2020

Professional Development from the Eyes of the Teacher

2020-07-16T19:26:03+00:00

In this article you will learn...

  • Elevated Achievement’s Learning Model is driven by the learner and answers the question—What does a learner need to know in order to better own their learning?
  • The Learning Model is made up of five learner-centered phases: setting the Learning Context, stating the Learning Outcome, engaging in the Learning Process, producing the Learning Demonstration, and implementing the Learning Application.
  • Teachers deserve the same well-planned opportunities for professional development as they give their own students.
Professional Development from the Eyes of the Teacher2020-07-16T19:26:03+00:00
20 04, 2020

4 Reasons Why We Need to Listen to Our Teachers

2020-09-08T19:48:58+00:00

In this article, you will learn...

  • To improve student achievement, teachers must be heard.
  • Listening is an active process.
  • When we listen, we discover things, build trust, and make better decisions.
  • Active listening is a key aspect of learnership.
4 Reasons Why We Need to Listen to Our Teachers2020-09-08T19:48:58+00:00