Leadership Works with others Makes a difference Creates value which has not existed before (a new reality) Exhibits positive energy Welcomes change Marlene Caroselli, Leadership Skills for Managers, New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000.
Leadership Starts with Yourself Self-awareness Reflection, feedback, risk, failure Personal mastery You have to know something in order to teach it Growth Plan
Vision Where you want to end up Mission Goals Objectives Learning outcomes
Vision Does your organization allow your personal vision to flourish?
Systems Thinking Understand how everything relates to everything else within your institution Hierarchy Procedures Perceptions Attitudes Informal networks
Organizational Culture What does your administration emphasize? What do your fellow teachers emphasize? What’s important to your students? What’s important to their parents?
Assessment Helps you know how effective you are Helps other people understand what you do
Assessment What do I want the student to be able to do? What does the student need to know in order to do this well? What activity will facilitate the learning? How will the student demonstrate the learning? How will I know the student has done this well?