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Personality Types: Being, Leading and Teaching Introverts

Personality Types
Three Insightful Tips for Being, Leading and Teaching Introverts in Education
Gail Connelly WithSusan Cain

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Our culture tends to celebrate extroverts while often labelingintroverts as shy, insecure or lacking the qualities of a successful student,effective teacher or good leader. Our guest aims to disabuse us of these ideas and offers compelling insights about being, leading and teaching introverts.

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ESL: What School Leaders Need to Know About English Language Learners

Gail Connelly With Maureen Keithley

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The population of English language learners is rising dramatically, but our principals and teachers are not adequately prepared to handle the increase. In this segment we discuss strategies for preparing administrators and teachers.

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Second Thoughts About Authentic Principal Evaluations

Gail Connelly With Joseph Murphy

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Finding appropriate and valid ways to evaluate principals is a high priority as we seek greater accountability and support for education leaders. Today we explore some of the directions in which our community's thinking about principal evaluations is evolving.

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Early Moves That Create a Continuum of Learning Success

Gail Connelly with Deborah 

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New brain research has identified the skills that must be developed at the earliest ages to provide children with a foundation for learning success. In this segment our guest discusses how principals can help teachers develop these skills in their students.

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Rethinking the Achievement Gap and Our Strategies for Closing It

Gail Connelly with Freeman Hrabowski III

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In this segment our guest says that before we can close the achievement gap, we need to rethink our understanding of it. Only after we truly comprehend the factors causing the gap are we prepared to think strategically about what role educators can realistically play in closing it.

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