This course strengthens a school leader’s ability to analyze and evaluate effective classroom discussions and discussion techniques used to facilitate a collaborative classroom culture. Participants will develop the knowledge and skills to lead and support high-quality discourse necessary in teaching and learning excellence.
Karen Wagnon, Human Behavior Specialist. In this course, the participate will have an understanding and distinguish the difference between ”internal needs" and "external drives" necessary to become a more effective leader to understand and identify the contexts of each Industry Facet of Life by discovering, examining and reflecting on HOW...
Building positive workplace relationships and strong people skills are vital for success. This course will review four of the six chapters from Dale Carnegie, "How to Win Friends and Influence People."
This course provides an overview of Public Act 100-0465 which significantly redefines equitable and adequate funding for Illinois public schools. Participants will gain a working knowledge of the new funding formula.
This course supports school leaders’ understanding and recognition of the instructional shifts present in highly effective classrooms.
Improve your Personal Intelligence! It is often said, "One must lead oneself well before they can lead others." This course offers vital insights toward becoming a more effective leader.
This training is designed for team managers and will explore each area of the admin panel.
This course outlines four fundamental attributes for successful school leaders. They are: making ethical decisions; being visible at the building level; creating positive relationships; and invoking positive attitudes.