How can you adopt collaborative structures and routines that support instruction—and keep the buses running on time?
In the not-so-distant past, school leaders were expected to be building managers, charged with handling discipline, transportation, scheduling, and other logistics of the school day. Wearing the additional hat of instructional leader means you are increasingly hands-on in the process of teaching and learning.
The shift is significant, yet the responsibilities of building manager have not disappeared. We help school leaders to:
- Identify clear priorities for adult learning
- Establish instructional rounds to study teaching in action, identify what’s working, and address any problems of practice
- Ensure schedules are designed to provide professional learning and maximize instruction