#GuidingPrincipals: Become Trend on twitter at (2018-07-11 16:17)


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Popular tweets tagged with #GuidingPrincipals:
New America Ed @NewAmericaEd🔁Principals aren't only expected to be the CEO of schools but also the CFO, COO, and more. No wonder they think their twitter.com role has become too complex.
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Melissa Spadin @MelissaSpadin🔁Impossible to expect a principal to be an instructional leader without effectively covering his/her NON-instructional school leader duties (e.g., principal heroism doesn’t just magically happen)
Mary Airy @meairy🔁Our team has also written a lot about principals as prek3rd leaders & newamerica.org
New America Ed @NewAmericaEd🔁HAPPENING NOW: Supporting the School Principal’s Changing Role. Join us via livestream: newamerica.org twitter.com
Roxanne Garza @roxanne_mg🔁Takeaway from event: 75% of principals say their role is too complex. As we require schools to do more & more, it is important to focus on instructional outcomes & capacity.
Theresa Shadrix @TheresaShadrix🔁❤️ hearing the real-talk of why teachers leave certain schools - school leadership. Principals must have the supports and trainings to support Ts well or students and families will suffer
LatinosforEducation @Latinos4Ed🔁Join tomorrow to help answer the question: What does it take for a principal to be successful, not only as a building leader, but as an instructional leader? RSVP for in-person or livestream: …
Abigail Swisher @abigail_swisher🔁. continues to hear about the common issue of procurement in a variety of settings. As I listen to this panel of educators, I just heard it again. We're all working on procurement and trying to be more efficient so we can actually get work done!
Teach to Lead @TeachtoLead🔁There are no superheroes that can give their school 100 hours a week for a decade. School leaders need more support and sustainability
Amy Glynn @AmyGlynn15🔁There ought to be growth & dev opp’s for school leaders in the instructional leadership realm AND the non-instructional leadership realm—strategy matters for who-does-what to lead schools well.
Karen Stratman @karen_stratman🔁There ought to be growth & dev opp’s for school leaders in the instructional leadership realm AND the non-instruction twitter.com al leadership realm—strategy matters for who-does-what to lead schools well.
Jennifer Briones @JenBriones90🔁Are principals supposed to be THE instructional leader or the leader of a team of instructional leaders asks . says that in they found creative ways to enable teachers to be cross-disciplinary leaders
CUE @cueinc🔁Thank you, Michael Coty from @MnDeptofEd, for discussing the additional challenges for our rural schools, particularly with the many hats that leaders wear.
New America Ed @NewAmericaEd🔁Education service centers will be critical partners in providing direct support to every school district.
New America Ed @NewAmericaEd🔁. is updating their principal certification to be called Principal as Instructional Leader. 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 Yes, more of this!
Kristina Ishmael @kmishmael🔁. is updating their principal certification to be called Principal as Instructional Leader. 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 Yes, more of twitter.com this!
Jᴏʜɴ B. Mᴀʜᴀғғɪᴇ @jbmahaffie🔁It seems a likely big step forward for school systems is to even just launch the conversations about, and surveys on, twitter.com school instructional leadership. Ask the question and it shapes forwardgoing behavior. Get started, at least
New America Ed @NewAmericaEd🔁Are principals supposed to be THE instructional leader or the leader of a team of instructional leaders asks . twitter.com says that in they found creative ways to enable teachers to be cross-disciplinary leaders
Kristina Ishmael @kmishmael🔁Telling principals do this (be an instructional leader) instead of supporting them on how to do it results in that looking very different across 100+ schools
Roxanne Garza @roxanne_mg🔁Telling principals do this (be an instructional leader) instead of supporting them on how to do it results in that l twitter.com ooking very different across 100+ schools
Kristina Ishmael @kmishmael🔁. brings up the critical importance of having frequent data-driven conversations to shine a light on what is and isn’t working.
Jᴏʜɴ B. Mᴀʜᴀғғɪᴇ @jbmahaffie🔁Today’s panel reports hard, focused efforts to backfill and shore up support for beleaguered principals in establish twitter.com ed systems. I wonder, if we built schools utterly from scratch today, what would we create? Could it not be much better?
Jennifer Briones @JenBriones90🔁. brings up the critical importance of having frequent data-driven conversations to shine a light on what is and isn’ twitter.com t working.
Kristina Ishmael @kmishmael🔁Thank you, Michael Coty from @MnDeptofEd, for discussing the additional challenges for our rural schools, particularl twitter.com y with the many hats that leaders wear.
Celeste Rodriguez @AzulZR🔁Maybe I need to move to NE to work for She has spoken so many beautiful truths about the role of principals and how twitter.com to support them in a genuine and high-quality way
Roxanne Garza @roxanne_mg🔁Principals aren't only expected to be the CEO of schools but also the CFO, COO, and more. No wonder they think their role has become too complex.
Karen Stratman @karen_stratman🔁Impossible to expect a principal to be an instructional leader without effectively covering his/her NON-instructional twitter.com school leader duties (e.g., principal heroism doesn’t just magically happen)
Kristina Ishmael @kmishmael🔁. started by looking for superstar principals but recognized that was not a sustainable approach. So they created new teacher leader roles and focused on moving non-instructional pieces of principal role off their plate.
Laura Checovich @laura_checovich🔁Michael Coty, MN Dept of Educ. emphasizes the power of the state getting out of mainly regulation, and bringing support to school leadership
Kristina Ishmael @kmishmael🔁. continues to hear about the common issue of procurement in a variety of settings. As I listen to this panel of educ twitter.com ators, I just heard it again. We're all working on procurement and trying to be more efficient so we can actually get work done!
Celeste Rodriguez @AzulZR🔁❤️ hearing the real-talk of why teachers leave certain schools - school leadership. Principals must have the supports twitter.com and trainings to support Ts well or students and families will suffer
Laura Bornfreund @LBornfreund🔁. started by looking for superstar principals but recognized that was not a sustainable approach. So they created new twitter.com teacher leader roles and focused on moving non-instructional pieces of principal role off their plate.
New America Ed @NewAmericaEd🔁. took action by focusing on both the instructional and non-instructional aspects of principalship.
Jennifer Briones @JenBriones90🔁. took action by focusing on both the instructional and non-instructional aspects of principalship. twitter.com
Celeste Rodriguez @AzulZR🔁There are no superheroes that can give their school 100 hours a week for a decade. School leaders need more support a twitter.com nd sustainability
Ivy Love @IvyRuthL🔁Panel kicking off at on state and district efforts to build principals’ instructional leadership
Jᴏʜɴ B. Mᴀʜᴀғғɪᴇ @jbmahaffie🔁Michael Coty, MN Dept of Educ. emphasizes the power of the state getting out of mainly regulation, and bringing suppo twitter.com rt to school leadership
Laura Bornfreund @LBornfreund🔁Second state to share about leveraging regional centers. This is an interesting and likely helpful strategy considering MN and TX are such large states and have unique local communities and needs
Laura Bornfreund @LBornfreund🔁In many of my Ed policy conversations, I mention the role of educational service centers and find that so many don't know about them. How can we continue to build awareness of their work?
Laura Bornfreund @LBornfreund🔁Appreciating the panel on how to build effective instructional leaders and build capacity to help support principlals. The new paper on is very much in line with research from on how to support educators and students.
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Celeste Rodriguez @AzulZR🔁Second state to share about leveraging regional centers. This is an interesting and likely helpful strategy consideri twitter.com ng MN and TX are such large states and have unique local communities and needs
Laura Bornfreund @LBornfreund🔁There's a perception that state agencies are only there for compliance. ButvMN Dept of ED working to play a supportiv twitter.com e role to districts. One way is to build instructional leadership. Also using regional centers for coaching, mentoring, professional learning.
CPRE @CPREresearch🔁Join at 10am EST--in person or via webcast--to discuss what's necessary to ensure strong instructional leadership in schools
Kristina Ishmael @kmishmael🔁In many of my Ed policy conversations, I mention the role of educational service centers and find that so many don't twitter.com know about them. How can we continue to build awareness of their work?
Stephen J. Kostyo @kostyosj🔁Appreciating the panel on how to build effective instructional leaders and build capacity to help support principlal twitter.com s. The new paper on is very much in line with research from on how to support educators and students.
Jennifer Briones @JenBriones90🔁TX principals recognized that they needed more training on instructional coaching and partnered with orgs across the state to make this happen.
Jennifer Briones @JenBriones90🔁Principals in TX recognized that they needed more training to be great coaches for teachers to ensure that everyone is providing the best for students
Roxanne Garza @roxanne_mg🔁Panel kicking off at on state and district efforts to build principals’ instructional leadership twitter.com
Laura Bornfreund @LBornfreund🔁TX focused on principal supervisors to develop instructional leadership. Using education service centers to build dis twitter.com trict capacity.
Celeste Rodriguez @AzulZR🔁Appreciate hearing a team and collaborative approach across TX between outside groups, districts and ESCs for support twitter.com ing principals
Kristina Ishmael @kmishmael🔁TX principals recognized that they needed more training on instructional coaching and partnered with orgs across th twitter.com e state to make this happen.
Celeste Rodriguez @AzulZR🔁Principals in TX recognized that they needed more training to be great coaches for teachers to ensure that everyone i twitter.com s providing the best for students
Krista O'Connell @krioconnell🔁Takeaway from event: 75% of principals say their role is too complex. As we require schools to do more & more, it is twitter.com important to focus on instructional outcomes & capacity.
Celeste Rodriguez @AzulZR🔁Principals play multiple executive roles, middle management roles, and instructional roles. No wonder that 75% of those surveyed said that their role is too complex.

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