Admin credibility, #SAVMP for November

In our last discussion we focused on the idea of “Fostering Effective Relationships”. This started with discussing how you create connections in building community, which is essential to the work that we do every day in schools. This is about showing “character”, and an important focus in building relationships.

This post, we would like to focus on the idea of your credibility as an administrator. In any profession, if people feel you do not understand their work, your credibility lacks, often leading to a lack in leadership. As discussed in George’s original post on “5 Questions You Should Ask Your Principal”, instructional leadership is important to our role in schools today.

With your mentor, we would love you to discuss the following question:

What are some areas of teaching and learning that you can lead in your school?

After you have some discussion, it would be great for you to make this thinking visible to others through your blog, but it is also important that you reflect to have an idea of your own strengths, since often, we do not recognize our own abilities.

Remember, you have the entire month of November to discuss this idea and don’t HAVE to be a part of SAVMP to participate.

We are looking forward to seeing what you share moving forward!

Lead-ingly,

Amber

2 Comments on Admin credibility, #SAVMP for November

  1. mcguirp
    November 9, 2014 at 2:23 pm (3 years ago)

    Thanks Amber – great prompt for November. I will write a few posts on this topic and add them here. Make sure everyone to add #savmp to your posts. You can also join the Google+ Community and add your post there too. https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/107641503612624072712

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