"I believe my site is toxic at this time. there is a general belief that certain people are entitled - perceived to be shared by those same people and the powers that be- and that the rest are expendable or unimportant. When perceived…"
"I guess it would depend on what I wanted the students to learn. I would analyze what was missed on the assessment and how it was missed? Did the question(s) contain terms that my students might not know- despite exposure to the…"
"My school culture is toxic. We have a micromanager for a superintendent. She does not believe we need a class for student that can't communicate in English. According to the state difinitions of newcommers we only have seven but if you use the…"
"Crazy..I am going to ask my students. Weird idea I know but if there is to be a move for positive change and a shift to a culture of learning at all levels. I should go to the source. Sometimes it hurts to find out the lesson was boring, or dumb…"
"I had the pleasure of going to a CADA (California Activities Director Association) conference with the activities director from my school. Our goal for next year is to integrate my students into the student government class and make sure that all…"
Presentation: Key Issues in Credentialing
CA Admin Code title 5: Rules of Conduct for Professional
Ed Code Section 44258.9 - Assignment
Special Education Added Authorizations
January 29-31, 2010
Response to Intervention | 11.17.2009 | Lawndale | 11.18.09 | Chula
Board Certification | 10.17.2009 | San G Leadership | Stacy
March 26-28, 2010
Emerging Leaders |
What are the special aspects of your school's culture? Would you characterize your culture as positive, negative, toxic, or fragmented? If it is not positive, in what ways might you work to transform it?