Dr. Neil Gupta will help you identify the key characteristics in coaching. Together, we will analyze the four coaching strategies and self-reflect on a plan to seek coaching as well as coach others.
In this webinar, Deborah will talk about things she’s learned along her journey from the classroom to the highest levels of education.
In this report, SETDA builds upon the research and recommendations from prior publications with a focus on the role of state leadership in supporting districts and schools to increase high-speed connectivity and access for students and educators.
Deb deVries, co-founder and President of Girls Thinking Global, and Lisa Schmucki, founder and CEO of edWeb.net, were interviewed on Education Talk Radio by program host Larry Jacobs.
Whatever leadership role you find yourself in, there are basic principles of leadership that will strengthen your abilities and help assure your success.
This webinar will speak to the importance of establishing a clear vision for teaching and learning, and will address practical ways to differentiate professional learning to meet the varied needs of staff.
Join an engaging conversation on some of the latest research on the strengths of women and leaders, and real life experiences of women who have achieved significant leadership roles in education and business based on interviews conducted with women leaders.
In this webinar, Eric Sheninger will explore how to cultivate shared ownership, respect, and trust – creating a school learning culture that students value and to which they want to belong in the digital age.
In an earlier webinar, John Wink shared his Excellence in Every Classroom framework (EIEC), and how teachers can reach excellence through the Hierarchy of Learning. In this edWeb.net webinar presented by the Leadership 3.0 community, John returned to challenge educators to kick off the new school year with more clarity and support within the EIEC framework by: Leveraging technology to provide 24/7 professional learning for educators; Ensuring consistency from classroom to classroom in the school-wide expectations for behavior and learning; Developing relationships with all students in the first 20 days of school; Optimizing instructional time so that students can reach more rigorous levels of cognitive engagement.
What can apps teach you about leadership? It may not be what you expect! In this edWeb.net Essential Elements for Digital Learning community Jeff Mao explored leadership at multiple levels and from multiple perspectives.