Take the higher road


Are you willing to do all that it takes to reach today’s students?

We can’t afford to take the easy way any more. We need to take a higher road, and pay attention to colleagues who have chosen this road, colleagues who:

  • Hold high expectations for all students—and succeed beyond all expectations
  • Challenge all students, acknowledge their different learning styles, and make sure each one learns before moving on
  • Persist in taking risks to find better ways for students to learn
  • Create or join study groups to examine best practices, lessons, and student work
  • Take time to create feedback opportunities through mutual observations and conferencing
  • Meet regularly with colleagues using agendas designed to improve instruction
  • Mentor and nurture new colleagues offering support, ideas, and compassion
  • Stay after school to prepare and meet with colleagues
  • Go the extra mile for students every day and on weekends
  • Attend students’ games and performances…

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Posted on October 28, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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