What they didn’t tell us about “High Expectations”

Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want to Miss:
  • We don’t rise to the level of our expectations, we fall to the level of our training.
  • Before you ask teachers to do anything, first make sure that what you are asking them to do is really the most important work they should be doing right now. Otherwise, you are holding your school back from achieving its vision, mission, and core values and wasting their time. 
  • We can’t hold high expectations of teachers without also setting them up for success.
  • We should be designing our PD with the same care and focus that we expect teachers to design their lessons. 
We’ve all been told that we need to have high expectations of our teachers, but on today’s episode, you’ll discover why high expectations are not enough.

There’s something else you need to put in place in you want all your teachers to be successful. 

Tune in to discover what that missing element is and the exact steps you need to take so that you can help your teachers rise to the level of your expectations #LikeABuilder.

Check out these highlights:
  • The four things you need to do to set teachers up for success.
  • Why high expectations are not enough to help your staff succeed this year.
  • The difference between the way that leaders and Builders plan PD for teachers.
  • How you can prevent teachers from failing.
  • Why some initiatives are not worth pursuing. 
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