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Leader Anticipation

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An anticipation guide and warm up activity for a school leadership conference.

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Leader Anticipation

  1. 1. High School School Leadership Conference ~ Inspiring Learning – A Leadership Priority ~ Anticipation Guide On the continuum in front of each of the numbers, place an “x” that indicates where you stand in regard to the statement that follows. Be prepared to defend and support your opinions with specific examples. Then compare your opinions on the statements with the other people in the group. Strongly Disagree Strongly Agree 1. Teachers must be inspirational for students to learn 2. School leaders are responsible for motivating teachers 3. Teachers today have to be “edutainers” 4. New technologies will not greatly change teaching practice 5. Teachers must collaborate to improve student learning 6. High expectations are hard to have for some students 7. Leadership teams must share a clear vision and direction 8. Change is too rapid, teachers are overwhelmed 9. Elearning & mlearning will change the nature of schooling 10. Teachers need to be held accountable for student learning ~ Our People, Our Learning Community ~ Prepared June 2005
  2. 2. High School School Leadership Conference ~ Our People, Our Learning Community ~ People Search Find someone who … 1. Enjoys reading “whodunnits” …………………………………. 2. Has taught at more than 5 schools …………………………………. 3. Plays a team sport regularly …………………………………. 4. Has cable internet access …………………………………. 5. Uses a blue toothbrush …………………………………. 6. Has more than two animals …………………………………. 7. Is a member of at least two professional associations …………………………. 8. Owns a laptop …………………………………. 9. Has visited one of the 7 wonders of the world …………………………………. 10. Can explain metalanguage ………………………………… June 2005

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