Saturday, November 10, 2012

Shady Grove MS Administrators Go to Portland, Oregon!





(The "tweet" said "gr8 professional development!" What, we don't do "professional development" right here in Montgomery County? You gotta go across the country to Portland, Oregon for professional development?!)


Leading the Way – Building Leadership Teams to Improve School Capacity
Edward Owusu, Sweta Zaks,
Thursday, November 8, 2012, 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
“It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed” – Napolean Hill. Or simply put…”Working together works.” – Dr. Rob Gilbert. Are you looking for ways to improve your existing teams or create well functioning teams? These five simple stages are sure to create and sustain you’re a-Team and help build school capacity. Session topics include also include: Shared Leadership, Effective Levels of Decision Making, Facilitative Leadership Skills.
Topic Strand: Principal Leadership
Intended Audience: Consultants, District personnel, Pre-service teachers, Principals, Teachers, Team leaders,
Subjects: Achievement, Leadership, Teaming,

(um. Who was managing Shady Grove Middle School on Thursday November 8 while two of the top administrators were in Portland, Oregon?)

4 comments:

  1. Hmmm. The Administrators also conducted over 40 home visits this summmer and year while students were in summer/daily school, yet you did not blog about that AND the school is STILL standing. http://www.gazette.net/article/20120815/NEWS/708159608/0/gazette&template=gazette

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    1. Hmmmm and that relates to them getting a free trip, how?

      Was it 40 home visits and you can win a trip?

      The school is still standing. And, that means what? Were you at the County Council's budget hearing this week? What did you hear about the state of the county finances? Did you hear that the County has money to hand out to MCPS staff for free trips to conventions that have nothing to do with educating children in classrooms?

      You're clearly not a teacher, because teachers know how to do math. They know that budgets have limits and that perks take away from classroom funding. In fact, perks even take away from teacher salaries. Teachers know that. And, if they have chosen trips over salary, then they must be very, very happy with their salaries.

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  2. You again present misinformation. You do not have any facts. This is your blog and you can write what you desire, but at least have facts about incidents before you post misinformation. I do have the facts because I inquired. How about you?

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    1. What is the misinformation? Teachers didn't do home visits?

      "You" can't even identify yourself.

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