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  • ARE YOU ASKED THE QUESTION?
    DO YOU ASK IT OF OTHERS?
    WHAT HAPPENS TO THE RESPONSES?
  • Introductions
    role, state, place of employment
    Why did this session attract you?
  • Dual metaphor: 1 --> systems and the people within them
    2 --> personal practice and personal passions, needs, interests
  • List the factors that in a single day are out of your control.
  • why are your friends/family glad that you do this work?

    ***********Fill in the circle handout******************
  • Think of a systems change that went well because of personal changes.

    Think of a systems change that struggled because of personal issues.
  • Service to Others: 51%
    High Expectations: 62%

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  • Go Omaha!

    1. 1. NATHAN EKLUND SEARCH INSTITUTE
    2. 2. A GOOD TEACHER IS LIKE A CANDLE - IT CONSUMES ITSELF TO LIGHT THE WAY FOR OTHERS.
    3. 3. WHAT DOES THIS IMPLY?
    4. 4. SOME THOUGHTS TO CONSIDER: THE QUALITY OF A STUDENT’S EDUCATION CANNOT EXCEED THE QUALITY OF A SCHOOL’S STAFF.
    5. 5. SOME THOUGHTS TO CONSIDER: THE QUALITY OF THE QUALITY OF A STUDENT’S A SCHOOL’S EDUCATION CLIMATE CANNOT CANNOT EXCEED EXCEED THE THE QUALITY OF QUALITY OF A A SCHOOL’S SCHOOL’S STAFF CLIMATE. STAFF.
    6. 6. What makes for a GOOD day at work for you?
    7. 7. What makes for a GOOD day at work for you? What makes for a BAD day at work?
    8. 8. What makes for What can a GOOD SAVE a bad day day at work for you? at work? What makes for a BAD day at work?
    9. 9. Degrees of intentionality The school as a place where students go to learn, play and develop.
    10. 10. Degrees of intentionality The school as a place whereThe school as a students goplace where adults to learn, play and to work and go develop. thrive (and enjoy themselves).
    11. 11. Out of our control: students parents funding media mandates politics crises society random events
    12. 12. Out of our control: students parents funding media mandates politics As long as we are in crises controlrandom events society of our relationships with one another and in control of ourselves, NOTHING IS EVER COMPLETELY OUT OF CONTROL.
    13. 13. WE’VE BEEN TOLD THIS BEFORE.
    14. 14. The reasons you Ways in which you chose your now operate present position and behave •Professional •How you’ve changed goals Potential job the job •Potential stress and •How the job has influence on personal changed you others toll •Distance from your •New own goals challenge •Distance from your •self-image The further the distance, the greater the risk.
    15. 15. SYSTEMS CHANGE
    16. 16. SYSTEMS PERSONAL CHANGE CHANGE
    17. 17. Focus Assets to Build for Academic Achievement Copyright © 2009 by Search InstituteSM
    18. 18. You / Young people You / Colleagues This is all about intersections. You / The System You / The Profession You / Friends Family You / SELF
    19. 19. Nathan Eklund nathane@search-institute.org 612.692.5545 www.howwasyourdayatschool.org • Blog • Facebook • Resources and more info Or follow me on twitter: twitter.com/nateek
    20. 20. When hungry, eat your rice; when tired, close your eyes. Fools may laugh at me, but wise men will know what I mean. – Lin-Chi

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