What is Learnership?

Learnership combines the words and meanings of the words “learner” and “ownership.” Together, they embody the elevation of learning to learner ownership. Someone who has true learnership is one who self-directs, self-evaluates, self-reflects, and self-controls their own learning. We are posting new articles every week so make it your routine to check-in frequently. Or, subscribe to The Learnership Review and receive monthly emails so you never miss a thing.

Why Reciprocal Teaching?

In this article, you will learn...

  • Deep learning requires deep reading.
  • One of the most effective reading strategies we can use with our students is Reciprocal Teaching.
  • Reciprocal Teaching is a conversation among readers as they question, clarify, summarize, and predict what they are reading.

Principals: Clarity Is the Key to School Reform

In this article, you will learn:

  • Clear communication is a must for the successful implementation of any initiative.
  • Conceptual redundancy is the key to effective communication.
  • If you want to know what teachers are hearing and understanding about what you said, ask them and listen to their answers.

What’s the Best Way to Offer a Teacher Feedback on Their Craft?

In this article, you will learn:

  • That teachers desire feedback on the craft of teaching and learning.
  • The most effective way to offer feedback is by asking questions.
  • The purpose of a question-driven feedback format is to allow teachers the time and space to process how they make decisions regarding teaching and learning.

The Power of Instructional Leadership at the District Level

In this article you will learn:

  • That any administrator can increase district-wide motivation, and thus achievement, by increasing ownership.
  • The actions of instructional leadership in curriculum, instruction, assessment, and climate that actually increase the opportunities for learning—and increase the opportunities for ownership.
  • How to utilize the actions of instructional leadership to build a climate of ownership in your district.

What Administrators Are Saying About Instructional Leadership

In this article, you will learn:

  • How a principal can utilize the actions of instructional leadership to support their teachers to provide and the students to attain—at the highest levels of achievement each and every day.
  • The planning and decision-making process other administrators used when utilizing the actions of instructional leadership.
  • That you are not alone in this endeavor and can find additional support for developing instructional leadership from us. (elevatedachievement.com).

What are people saying about Elevated Achievement Group?

Relevant and valuable information that we can put into practice.

Can you imagine building an environment full of motivated, engaged, and eager students who own their learning?
We can.

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