Tuesday, March 4, 2014

UPDATE: ED Pulse Poll Results + Bring Yourself to Work Every Day to Build Trust, Morale, and Culture — Whole Child Ed

Bring Yourself to Work Every Day to Build Trust, Morale, and Culture — Whole Child Education:






ED Pulse Poll Results: Which Digital PD Tool Is Most Useful?
ASCD continually seeks to provide solutions to the challenges that face educators of all levels. A recent ASCD SmartBrief ED Pulse poll asked readers which technology tools and approaches are most useful for their professional development. A study in Tennessee, reported in an Education Week article, is attempting to determine which tech-related PD methods have the greatest effect on student achie




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Bring Yourself to Work Every Day to Build Trust, Morale, and Culture

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Educators working in a positive school culture experience collegiality, trust, and tangible support as leaders and peers, creating an environment where there are high expectations, involvement in decision making, and open communication. Students entering a positive school culture feel safe, engaged, and connected and see school as a place where they can learn and contribute to the world around them. A positive school culture—morale—is the cornerstone of a good school and the foundation for school improvement.
School cultures should support, reinforce, and reflect the well-being of everyone in it, ensuring that students and adults feel valued, respected, and cared for and are motivated to learn, lead, and teach. In this episode, we take a look at how we build school morale so that administrators, teachers, students, and parents are energized and positive about learning. You'll hear from

Low Morale in Your School? Nothing a Little Teacher Empowerment Can't Fix — Whole Child Education
Low Morale in Your School? Nothing a Little Teacher Empowerment Can't Fix — Whole Child Education: THE WHOLE CHILD BLOGLow Morale in Your School? Nothing a Little Teacher Empowerment Can’t FixMarch 3, 2014 by Rich McKinneyPick up a newspaper or spend a few moments watching the evening news and you will find evidence that many schools across the country are in the midst of a morale crisis. In many

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