9 qualities the most admired school leaders share - Trust and protect your teachers. Stay connected to the classroom. Build up your educators. Have teachers' backs. Don't play favorites with students or teachers. Hold the line on discipline. Respect educators' time. Be accessible. Have high expectations for all.

9 Qualities the Most Admired School Leaders Share

We asked teachers to share what they believe to be the most important qualities in a school leader. Here is the best advice any school leader is ever going to get. Trust and protect your teachers.

In the book, The Principal 50: Critical Leadership Questions for Inspiring Schoolwide Excellence, Baruti Kafele, a veteran school administrator, guides motivated school leaders through 50 self-reflection exercises designed to yield a deeper understanding of the meaning behind the work that they do.  Find the answers to these challenging questions and more in his book.

In the book, The Principal Critical Leadership Questions for Inspiring Schoolwide Excellence, Baruti Kafele, a veteran school administrator, guides motivated school leaders through 50 self-reflection exercises designed to yield a deeper understanding

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10 Ideas to Make Your Teachers' Lounge a Positive Space

Our teacher's Lounge needs a positive upgrade to go along with our culture-building staff focus this year. Making the lounge a positive place where we can share student and teacher successes will benefit our school culture!

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Your First Year As Principal: Everything You Need to Know That They Don't Teach in School Tena Green Atlantic Publishing Group (FL)

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Principals: Are you brave enough to ask for staff feedback? | Cult of Pedagogy

Principals: Are you brave enough to ask for staff feedback

Principals: Are you brave enough to ask for staff feedback? A list of thoughtful questions school administrators can ask their teachers so they can grow and improve.

Flipped Faculty Meeting-might be a good way to share informational items to get the staff use to using this method.

** great example -- Flipped Faculty Meeting-might be a good way to share informational items to get the staff

Administrators, Principals, Counselors, and Teachers- I don't know about your school, but mine was in need of a boost in positive moral for the students. Even worse, students were scared to come and see me in my office, even if they were not in trouble. Check out this awesome solution! ($)

Positive Office Referral Forms

These forms are not necessarily for the classroom, but for the entire school. It will provide students with the opportunity to recognize students of different classrooms and grades.

The Effective Principal: Five Pivotal Practices that Shape Instructional Leadership – School Leadership – The Wallace Foundation

The Effective Principal: Five Pivotal Practices that Shape Instructional Leadership – School Leadership – The Wallace Foundation Amazing article!

Principal Principles: What to do if Classroom Observations are Unsatisfactory

What to do if Classroom Observations are Unsatisfactory

Principal Principles: What to do if Classroom Observations are Unsatisfactory- I'm pinning this specifically because it is awful and has so many convoluted ways of thinking.

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