Principal Impact on student Achievement

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My take on how a principal can impact student achievement in an elementary school.

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<ul><li> 1. Student Achievement~ Tia Henriksen</li></ul> <p> 2. How does the Principal contributeto student achievement in anelementary school? 3. SettingDirection 4. 1. Develop a big-picture view of District and School Goals.2. Develop a basis for sense of purpose / vision. 3. Set goals: individual/team/school. 5. SettingDevelopingDirection People 6. Actively Engage teachers in examiningand improving their practise. 7. Actively Engage teachers in examiningand improving their practise.Discussions at Staff Meetings 8. Actively Engage teachers in examiningand improving their practise.Discussions at Staff MeetingsProvide Collaboration Time 9. Actively Engage teachers in examiningand improving their practise.Discussions at Staff MeetingsProvide Collaboration TimeFacilitate Team Meetings 10. Actively Engage teachers in examiningand improving their practise.Discussions at Staff MeetingsProvide Collaboration TimeFacilitate Team MeetingsIndividual Discussions 11. Actively Engage teachers in examiningand improving their practise.Discussions at Staff MeetingsProvide Collaboration TimeFacilitate Team MeetingsIndividual DiscussionsProvide Opportunities to Learn 12. Actively Engage teachers in examiningand improving their practise.Discussions at Staff MeetingsProvide Collaboration TimeFacilitate Team MeetingsIndividual DiscussionsProvide Opportunities to LearnPromote Professional Inquiry 13. Apple Canada 14. Visiting other classes and schools to observe. Provide reading materials for teachers books, articles, recent research Digital Playground Sessions Smackdown of Learning!Learning WITH and FROM one another! 15. Actively Engage teachers in examiningand improving their practise.Focus on Assessment FOR Learning. 16. Actively Engage teachers in examiningand improving their practise.Focus on Assessment FOR Learning.Authentic engagement: students voice, choice, self-evaluation &amp; peer feedback. 17. Actively Engage teachers in examiningand improving their practise.Focus on Assessment FOR Learning.Authentic engagement: students voice, choice, self-evaluation &amp; peer feedback.Build Human Capacity. 18. It Starts With Administration! Study Reflection Groups /PLN Digital BloggingSandbox 19. SettingDevelopingDirection People PositiveCulture &amp; Climate 20. RespectCulture/Climate 21. RespectCaringCulture/Climate 22. RespectCaringCulture/ClimateCollaboratio n 23. Respect CaringCulture/Climate CollaborationHighExpectations 24. RespectCaring Culture/ClimateCollaboratio n HighHighMorale Expectations 25. RespectCaring Culture/ClimateTrust Collaboratio n HighHighMorale Expectations 26. Respect ContinuousLearningCaring Culture/ClimateTrust Collaboratio n HighHighMorale Expectations 27. SettingDevelopingDirection PeoplePositive Parents /Culture Community 28. CommunicateOpenlyDevelop Trust Work Together 29. To help improve student achievement,a principal needs to . . . 30. To help improve student achievement,a principal needs to . . . find ways to involve our parents in ourschools in engaging ways. 31. To help improve student achievement,a principal needs to . . . find ways to involve our parents in ourschools in engaging ways. find ways to help parents understand howto help their children at home as oureducation system changes. 32. To help improve student achievement,a principal needs to . . . find ways to involve our parents in ourschools in engaging ways. find ways to help parents understand howto help their children at home as oureducation system changes. find ways to do this in person and onlinefor those unable to come into the school. 33. Social Media StrategyNewslettersSchool /Class WebsitesSuccess BlogTwitter</p>

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