#leadlap Archive

Our chat will focus on the idea that we can lead and make positive change from any position in our school systems. Leadership is not about a title, it is a way of thinking and acting.

Saturday September 2, 2017
10:30 AM EDT

  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:30 AM EDT
    Welcome to #LeadLAP! Time for intros! @burgess_shelley
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Good morning to the #LeadLAP crew. We are honored that you have chosen to spend your Saturday morning talking ANCHOR Conversations with us!
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Chris Loeffler, from Delaware #leadlap
  • mellomama6 Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Good morning. Amy, principal from Ca. #LeadLAP
  • TeacherRunner42 Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    good morning, #LeadLAP - Michael From columbus, OH
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    I'm Beth, proud principal of #fmsteach and co-author of #LeadLAP Thanks for being here!
  • valerietilton Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Hi #LeadLAP! Valerie Secondary Instructional Coach from FL joining this morning!
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Good morning all! I'm Natasha Principal in Fontana, CA and excited for a great discussion this morning! @BethHouf @burgess_shelley #LeadLAP
  • SteinbrinkLaura Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Laura , HS Eng / Tech Coach from MO! #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Good morning my friend. Glad to be hosting with you today! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • cooper1503 Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Good morning! Chris from TN #leadlap
  • principledlady Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Leila here Deputy Sup in Escondido ❀️ #leadlap
  • Miss_B_Teach Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    I'm Ambur from Indiana! Excited for another LeadLAP chat! #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Michael! Great to see you! #leadlap
    In reply to @TeacherRunner42
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Morning! This pooped Pirate is here on the west coast!! Sue from Vancouver Island Canada πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ #LeadLAP #tlap
  • fourmonkeypress Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Good morning! Colleen from Omaha, NE. Author, presenter, former KDG teacher. Happy game day. #leadlap
  • coacheagan Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Jonathan, joining from northern CA. Always excited to start my Saturday morning off with this killer chat! #leadlap
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Hi Chris. Welcome aboard. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @cloeff33
  • MPapaEdu Sep 2 @ 10:31 AM EDT
    Happy Saturday, #leadlap! Michelle, HS asst principal in NJ. Ready to talk ANCHOR charts & learn from the best crew!
  • Isham_Literacy Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Good morning #LeadLAP crew! Kimberly, K-5 Reading specialist from north TX.
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP Nicole from Alaska @AKTEACH_Program is where I work @kibsd is my district
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley, @AKTEACH_Program, @kibsd
  • TeacherRunner42 Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Glad to be here as always! :) #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Great to have you with us, Amy. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @mellomama6
  • laurarfarmer Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Laura, ELA T and team lead--always looking for ways to stretch myself and become better in my current roles. #leadlap
  • nbartley6 Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Nili Bartley, tech integration from MA-may have to be in and out again but will do my best! #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Agreed! Looking forward to one of my favorite topics! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley
  • cristinnowak Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Good morning! I'm Cristin a MS principal frm MO.Getting ready 2 enjoy a beautiful day on the lake but thought Id get some #LeadLAP time too
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Great to have you back, Michael. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @TeacherRunner42
  • FHS_Anton Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Brian from SW Mo. First chat of the new school year after a looong hiatus. #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Good morning! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @drjonesie17, @burgess_shelley
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Excited to be part of these conversations this morning...tea is sterling and I am ready to learn! #LeadLAP
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    CJ Cain, Littleton, CO #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Good morning #leadlap! Cori from SoCal...ready to chat!
  • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Good morning friends - Jay from NJ and happy to be here full tilt this morning. Good to see @burgess_shelley @BethHouf Let's #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Great to have you here, Valerie! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @valerietilton
  • Lindsey_Bohler Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Lindsey, k-2 Lead Learner from Arkansas! #LeadLAP Ready to talk conversations!!!
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:32 AM EDT
    Great to have you here, Cristin! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @cristinnowak
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:33 AM EDT
    So excited to be talking ANCHOR conversations with all of you today. Having them often can truly help shift culture! #LeadLAP
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 10:33 AM EDT
    Andrea, instructional coach joining in from WI after a high energy first day! yesterday #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:33 AM EDT
    Good morning!! Great to see you!! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @nbartley6
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:33 AM EDT
    Morning, Andi! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @andreakornowski
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:33 AM EDT
    Good morning! So glad to see you! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @laurarfarmer
  • TeacherRunner42 Sep 2 @ 10:33 AM EDT
    always glad when I can make it! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley
  • MrFergusonMJHS Sep 2 @ 10:33 AM EDT
    Good morning, Shane from Ohio. #LeadLAP
  • shfarnsworth Sep 2 @ 10:33 AM EDT
    Good morning, friends. Shaelynn from Iowa. Education consultant: literacy, tech, PBL #LeadLAP
  • Miss_B_Teach Sep 2 @ 10:33 AM EDT
    I'm Ambur! 3rd grade teacher from Indiana, aspiring future principal. Happy to be here for #LeadLAP
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 10:33 AM EDT
    Hi there!!! #leadlap
    In reply to @drjonesie17, @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:33 AM EDT
    Good morning, Nicole! So great to have you here! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @nfuerst2, @burgess_shelley, @AKTEACH_Program, @kibsd
  • BobbieFrench Sep 2 @ 10:33 AM EDT
    Good Morning! Bobbie Principal from Central MA #LeadLAP https://t.co/0MS8xSF4pS
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:33 AM EDT
    Great to have you here, Shaelynn! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @shfarnsworth
  • Malone_25 Sep 2 @ 10:34 AM EDT
    Marianne Waddell from TN #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:34 AM EDT
    Welcome, Shane #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MrFergusonMJHS
  • cristinnowak Sep 2 @ 10:34 AM EDT
    Really looking forward to this topic! #leadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:34 AM EDT
    Greetings team! Meg, principal from San Diego! Good morning! #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:34 AM EDT
    We are always glad to have you, Ambur! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @Miss_B_Teach
  • CMorris_FSUSD Sep 2 @ 10:34 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP Good morning. Chris from Nor Cal
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 10:34 AM EDT
    Good morning, ladies! Thanks for hosting this chat! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley, @AKTEACH_Program, @kibsd
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:34 AM EDT
    Great to have you here! The ShowMeState is representing today! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @FHS_Anton
  • Mr_Dixon11 Sep 2 @ 10:34 AM EDT
    Adam representing Missouri #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:34 AM EDT
    Hi Meg. You are right in my backyard. I'm in San Diego as well. Welcome! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @mjacobsenEDU
  • weenisfer Sep 2 @ 10:34 AM EDT
    Good morning. Jen from Indiana here. Lead learner of a primary school. #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:34 AM EDT
    Good morning, CJ! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @CJCain7, @burgess_shelley
  • kwiens62 Sep 2 @ 10:34 AM EDT
    Good Morning. I'm Kristin from Victoria πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦. I'm an Inclusion Coach. Happy to join you. 😊#LeadLAP
  • KarmenLogan Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    Karmen Logan, Principal from Waco, TX ready to get anchored in our learning. #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    Woohoo! Great to see you, Cori! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @CoriOrlando1
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    Well autocorrect says my tea is sterling...mmmm...it is steeping...hoping it will be sterling, too, I think! #leadlap
  • cathypetreebeck Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP Good morning, Cathy Beck from the great state of Tennessee! Excited to be here!
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    Welcome and thanks for being here! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @kwiens62
  • ElemCoach Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    Elaine IC from Jersey joining in this morning. #LeadLAP
  • BarbaraGruener Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    Our #HarveyRelief pic of the day; these two superheroes selling hand-made wristbands to help their elementary PE coach! #Harvey2017 #leadlap
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    Always great to learn with you, Jay! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @JayBilly2, @burgess_shelley
  • KBoyd1516 Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    Good morning! Kristen, principal from NC joining in for the first time! Glad to be here! #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    So glad to have you here! Love this pic, my friend! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @Lindsey_Bohler
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    Hi Elaine. Thanks for joining #LeadLAP today!
    In reply to @ElemCoach
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    John Miller. HOS at an international American school in a somewhat dreary morning in Mexico City. Who can throw me some #LeadLAP cheer?
  • laduran05 Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    Good morning, Laura, elementary principal from So Cal. Happy Saturday! #leadlap
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 10:35 AM EDT
    Hello from the salon chair! Mena, Instructional Learning Coach #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:36 AM EDT
    Q1: A is for appreciation! #leadlap @burgess_shelley
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:36 AM EDT
    Good morning, Andi!! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @andreakornowski
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:36 AM EDT
    WOOT! Glad you could make it, Shaelynn! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @shfarnsworth
  • Joshua__Stamper Sep 2 @ 10:36 AM EDT
    Good morning #LeadLAP crew! Josh from Plano, TX.
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:36 AM EDT
    Q1 again in case you missed it... #LeadLAP
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 10:36 AM EDT
    Good morning Beth! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • woodard_julie Sep 2 @ 10:36 AM EDT
    Woodard dropping in from north Texas #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:37 AM EDT
    Hi Laura. Thanks for being here today. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @laduran05
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:37 AM EDT
    Always great to have your insights, Mena. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MenaHillEdu
  • MrFergusonMJHS Sep 2 @ 10:37 AM EDT
    Q1. Those who are appreciated are more likely to be happy and produce more! #LeadLAP
  • TeacherRunner42 Sep 2 @ 10:37 AM EDT
    a1: it is so nice to see Admins in the classroom for something other than "checking up" - makes it more of a team #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:37 AM EDT
    Welcome, Julie. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @woodard_julie
  • MrFergusonMJHS Sep 2 @ 10:37 AM EDT
    A1. Those who are appreciated are more likely to be happy and produce more! #LeadLAP
  • jeffreykubiak Sep 2 @ 10:37 AM EDT
    A1: people are empowered when they feel acknowledged! Productivity and self esteem increase- spread the love! #LeadLAP
  • ingrid_twyman Sep 2 @ 10:37 AM EDT
    Hi ladies!! Guess who's back? #LeadLAP
  • BarbaraGruener Sep 2 @ 10:37 AM EDT
    A1: What we appreciate, APPRECIATES. It's biological; the helper's high gives our brain a cool chemical bath so we want to do more! #leadlap
  • Mr_Dixon11 Sep 2 @ 10:37 AM EDT
    A1: It fills their bucket per say. It's an easy way to tell staff they are doing a great job yet individualize it.#LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:37 AM EDT
    So true! #leadlap
    In reply to @MrFergusonMJHS
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    These are the components of a powerful message of appreciation... #LeadLAP
  • MrHExperience Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    Jason from @HarbourLandSch in Saskatchewan, Canada πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ #LeadLAP
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1: It shows teachers that you care and that you appreciate them. It likely helps them to define their purpose w/in a building. #leadlap
  • SpanishEagles Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    !Bunis dΓ­as! Glad to join you from Allen, Texas! #LeadLAP
  • fourmonkeypress Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1. Ts feeling appreciated adds to an atmosphere of a school positive climate. If T feels good, Ss will feel good. #LeadLAP
  • jeffreykubiak Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    Morning, jeff checking in! #LeadLAP
  • MrWawczak Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    Good morning everyone. John, Principal from suburban Chicago joining today! #LeadLAP
  • FHS_Anton Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1: Those visits are opps. to build relationships w/ t's and s's--showing you're supportive of both. #leadlap
  • ElemCoach Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1 it's critical bc it helps build relationships Makes Ts feel appreciated. Ts that feel appreciated are empowered to work hard #LeadLAP
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1: βš“of appreciation means taking the time to say thank you for ALL of the hard work!= building relationships πŸ‘Š #LeadLAP
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    Good morning #leadlap - Josh, instructional coach from MO. Let's get crazy.
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1: This ---> #LeadLAP
  • BobbieFrench Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1- T need to know we are intentional with our appreciation and support. T will take more risks and ask for help. #LEADlap
  • laurarfarmer Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1: It is human nature to want to be appreciated. No one wants to feel as though they are taken for granted or used. Show you care. #leadlap
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    First 30 days of school I visit classes and share out amazing things I notice with all staff email each day to show appreciation #LeadLAP
  • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    Good morning! Melody, elem principal from N KY here and ready to chat with the #LeadLAP crew who always inspire, energize, and push me!
  • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1:We must let our Ts know how much their work means & the importance of what they do can't be understated.They quietly love it #LeadLAP
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1: We have to redefine "congenial" and "collegial". Visiting each other and giving honest feedback is a sign of true collegiality #LeadLAP
  • weenisfer Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1: As admin, our primary clients are our teachers. Happy teachers mean happy students. #LeadLAP
  • Joe_toomey1984 Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1- a happy staff is a good staff. Nothing spreads good will better than sincere praise and appreciation #LeadLAP
  • principledlady Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1: It sets us up for a strengths based relationship, builds trust,and is an expression of love and appreciation for the work #leadlap
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    A1: Who does like to be appreciated? #leadlap
  • cathypetreebeck Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
    We need to get in classrooms and then acknowledge the great work going on. This is gas in the tank for Ts. Its critical. #LeadLAP A1
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    Tweet out photos of students doing amazing things in classrooms to celebrate hard work of students and staff #LeadLAP
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    Jane from Missouri chking in. A1 Appreciation builds trust.#LeadLAP
  • coacheagan Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    A1: teaching is a thankless job, so need to give appreciation to Ts and staff as often as possible. Praise the positive daily! #leadlap
  • RACzyz Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    Rich, jumping in from NJ/PA this morning! Glad to be here learning with everyone! #LEADlap #4OCF
  • mellomama6 Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    A1: Builds morale and helps them feel noticed and appreciated for the dedication and work. #LeadLAP
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    Hopefully it is not just admins but other T's that visit each other! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @TeacherRunner42
  • MrWawczak Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    A1: Big goals are achieved by all of those small moments. Celebrating those 'small moments' keeps up that motivation #LeadLAP
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    A1: People want to know they are valued & doing good. Often they don't know their own great. Let's let others know what we see. #leadlap
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    A1: Connections, relationship building, caring, a chance to celebrate great work-most of all caring. #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    Thanks, Shelley. So happy to be learning with you! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley
  • averyteach Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    Good morning from Idaho! I have a short time, but wanted to tune in for a moment! #leadlap
  • valerietilton Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    A1: Leaving notes of enc and thanks shows how much we appreciate our Ts! Often we take it for granted that they know!#LeadLAP
  • SteinbrinkLaura Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    A1: Everyone wants to have good they're doing w/Ss noticed by the admin. Feeling valued, understood, appreciated is key 4 culture.#LeadLAP
  • TeacherRunner42 Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    whenever we can :) the schedule is not kind for that though! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @GrantLichtman
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    Love the word intentional. It's so important to give genuine messages of appreciation. When focused around goals - even better! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BobbieFrench
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    A1: We all need to feel valued and recognized. It also makes us feel connected@to the other adults and the larger vision. #LeadLAP
  • shfarnsworth Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    A1: Appreciation from Admin. Recognizes the effort made by staff and students in the building & impacts culture. #LeadLAP
  • FHS_Anton Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    Definitely. Supportive leaders allow for culture of creativity/innovation in classroom to take over. #LeadLAP
  • bethhill2829 Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    A1: Appreciation leads to motivation. #LeadLAP
  • jeffreykubiak Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    A1: my ch more genuine if we are in the trenches than appreciating from our office! #beintentional #LeadLAP
  • Isham_Literacy Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    A1 Everyone loves to be appreciated. It goes to self-worth and motivates continued effort and growth! #LeadLAP
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 10:39 AM EDT
    A1 during school days that can be exhausting we all need positive feedback to encourage continued growth. #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    Hi Josh. Welcome back! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @joshchoward
  • Lindsey_Bohler Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    A1. Builds trust and even more importantly respect from both Ts and Leaders. It's all about RELATIONSHIPS! #LeadLAP
  • KarmenLogan Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    A1: You get more of what you inspect and acknowledge and people want to know what they are doing is making a difference. #LeadLAP
  • jdeek Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP A1 - Jim, MS counselor from Texas. Teachers are no different than kids. If they feel valued, appreciated, they will do anything.
  • RACzyz Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    A1: Shows Ts and Ss that you are a part of what is going on. In the trenches learning yourself! #LEADlap
  • ElemCoach Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    I totally agree! Productivity is definitely related to motivation. And in order to increase both we need to focus on those ANCHORS. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MrFergusonMJHS
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    A1: Who doesn't like to be appreciated for the work they do? #LeadLAP
  • MPapaEdu Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    A1: An attitude of gratitude & appreciation is essential to being the supportive, inspiring, transformational leaders we are #leadlap
  • MrWawczak Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    A1: There are so many things that people do every single day that might go unnoticed. We better make sure that they ARE noticed #LeadLAP
  • laurarfarmer Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    That's great how it ties into best practices. #leadlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    Important to make our practice public and provide opportunities to celebrate one another #LeadLAP
  • Rdene915 Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    Hi everyone, Rachelle frm Pittsburgh, A1 knowing youre valued & appreciated helps Ts feel more connected/positive, builds relatshps #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    A1: visiting classrooms makes connections to student learning and connections to teaching opens door for further conversations #leadlap
  • kwiens62 Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    Powerful strategy, Meg! #LeadLAP
    • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:38 AM EDT
      First 30 days of school I visit classes and share out amazing things I notice with all staff email each day to show appreciation #LeadLAP
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    Truth! Have to build up Ts greatness so when hard times happen they can draw upon those βš“Conversations! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @CoriOrlando1
  • TeacherRunner42 Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    a1: My goal this year is an organized desk. my co-teacher left a note saying she loved how clean it looked. made my day :) #LeadLAP
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    "People Are Like Butterflies": https://t.co/4wmfDCIUdR #leadlap
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    This is so true! #leadlap
    In reply to @kwiens62
  • laduran05 Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    A1: Too often, feedback, focuses only on where a person is missing the mark. People need to know and hear how they bring value. #leadlap
  • jlpuuri Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    A1: Positivity is a powerful tool. Providing that feedback empowers Ts to improve in other areas where they are not strong in. #leadlap
  • MrFergusonMJHS Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    ANCHORS is full force #LeadLAP
    In reply to @ElemCoach
  • woodard_julie Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    A1 Dropping in to visit gives us the opportunities to: listen, encourage, inspire, validate, and HUG #LeadLAP
  • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
    A1: Funny, but I spent last night writing notes to central office people and the bus coordinator thanking them for their hard work #LeadLAP
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    Pineapple chart here we come. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @GrantLichtman, @TeacherRunner42
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    A1 Ts feel like what they are doing matters and they risks they are taking are worth it if you notice the efforts they make #LeadLAP
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    Love the way that you stated this..we saw the impact this week with handing out rockstar awards (painted rocks) each day this week. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MrWawczak
  • ingrid_twyman Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    Teachers feel it when they know you genuinely appreciate and start with looking for the gems first. Allows for vulnerability later #LeadLAP
  • PrincipalVest Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    A1: Acknowledging what works identifies/labels best practice & encourages those applying/trying those practices to continue. #leadlap
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    A1: Teachers WANT feedback. Think of how nervous you were when admin visited but left no feedback. #leadlap
  • valerietilton Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    A1: Post it notes in bright colors and shapes make great mailbox messages! #LeadLAP
  • MPapaEdu Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    A1: Who doesn't feel motivated & inspired after receiving a "thank you"? I know I do. #leadlap
  • ElemCoach Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    Yeah. I agree. You feel like you both have the same goals in mind. #leadLAP
    In reply to @TeacherRunner42
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    A1: Relationships are #1! Staying connected & clearly communicating are important to being trusted and a great leader #LeadLAP
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    @dyoudance this makes me think of you. The legend who speaks things into being. #LeadLAP
  • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    A1: If you have a pulse, you need to feel appreciated. Appreciation fuels all things positive and worthwhile. #LeadLAP
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    Love when visiting classes and students say, "You're everywhere! You love being in classes!" #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:41 AM EDT
    A1: I also am intentional about giving notes of appreciation for Ss from me for them to give to their T. #CultureofAppreciation #leadlap
  • MrWawczak Sep 2 @ 10:42 AM EDT
    That's awesome. We just had a lot of those painted rocks showing up at school. They're quite awesome #LeadLAP
    In reply to @andreakornowski
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 10:42 AM EDT
    A1 It's amazing how a simple line of appreciation can boost positive behavior. #leadlap
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 10:42 AM EDT
    A1: Focus on student learning and being intentional about our focus makes it less scary for teachers non judgemental #leadlap
  • froehlichm Sep 2 @ 10:42 AM EDT
    Hey #LeadLAP Mandy from Wisconsin. Director of innovation and Technology
  • laduran05 Sep 2 @ 10:42 AM EDT
    A1: Notes of appreciation build relationships and trust. It's about hearts and minds. #leadlap
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 10:42 AM EDT
    A1 Teachers add value to our lives & the lives our students. We should express it to them. #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • cathypetreebeck Sep 2 @ 10:42 AM EDT
    I love making positive referral phone calls to staff. I want to get BOE members to do them with me. #LeadLAP
    • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
      A1: Funny, but I spent last night writing notes to central office people and the bus coordinator thanking them for their hard work #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:42 AM EDT
    A1: An important component of powerful appreciation messages is specificity of the message. Be clear. Be genuine. Be authentic. #LeadLAP
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 10:42 AM EDT
    A1: Focusing on strengths is always more positive than focusing on weaknesses! #LeadLAP
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 10:42 AM EDT
    Well said. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @coacheagan
  • Lindsey_Bohler Sep 2 @ 10:42 AM EDT
    A1. It goes along with both Ss and Ts. #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    Q2: N is for Notice the Impact! #LeadLAP @burgess_shelley
  • SpanishEagles Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    A1: critical because it recognizes commitment to profession & students. It's impact - it leads to more or better of the action! #LeadLAP
  • MarshaSirkin Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    A1: Appreciation sets the foundation for a positive culture. #leadlap
  • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    Well that's just awesome! Doing this first thing next week. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • srashoe Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    Hi I am Shawn, kindergarten teacher in Idaho... not a principal... just a leader #LeadLAP
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    Empowering Ts is so important! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @jlpuuri
  • TeacherRunner42 Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    I love the idea of getting them "on board" :) - There is such a disconnect btwn most boards and classroom teachers #LeadLAP
    In reply to @cathypetreebeck
  • bethhill2829 Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    A1: Appreciation is for everyone! Lead Learners need it too! #LeadLAP
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    So important to encourage teachers and hard work of classified staff too. We are a team working together! #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    A1: It is amazing how much their is to appreciate when you make it a priority to look for it! #leadlap
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    Tying the appreciation message to best practices ramps them up to be coaching messages, too! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @laurarfarmer
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    Love that!! #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    Can't wait to launch 🍍 chart at my school!! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @cloeff33, @GrantLichtman, @TeacherRunner42
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    Well said. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MrWawczak
  • cristinnowak Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    A1 We ALL like knowing that our work is being recognized and that we are appreciated - good model for S to see too #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    Q2 again... #LeadLAP
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    I use this: #LeadLap
  • shfarnsworth Sep 2 @ 10:43 AM EDT
    A1: appreciation makes positive behavior visible to all and fuels action among staff member. #LeadLAP
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    A1 Appreciation is perspective and making that extra effort to say thank you. To recognize & honor people for all they do. #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • ElemCoach Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    YES! I know I work harder. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @jeffreykubiak
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    A2: Notice=give a specific example to share with the person, it's not a general statement #leadlap
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    Imagine if everyone focused on only the positive for an hour each day and made their observations known! What an amazing world #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MrWawczak
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    I like it when Ts are happy I've come in the room.They know it's more than just checking boxes of a checklist. Relationships first. #leadlap
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    You all are so on fire that you caused the electricity to go out at my school! #yikes #rebooting #leadlap
  • MarshaSirkin Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    I agree! Buy in too! #leadLap
    In reply to @SpanishEagles
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    A1: expressing your appreciation in a message is so powerful...included these for each of our crew on planning day Treasure chests #leadlap
  • karamieszanek Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    A1: When you appreciate others for a work well done, it empowers them. Empowerment is the foundation for AMAZING! #LeadLAP
  • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    A2:Noticing the impact adds power to the choices that Ts make. They make 1000's of decisions daily but when we notice they win #LeadLAP
  • cristinnowak Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    True for the adults and the students! #LeadLAP #pbis
    In reply to @JmNarrow
  • TeacherRunner42 Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    a2: "I noticed that classroom strategy you used and shared is working in __'s classroom now too!" #LeadLAP
  • nbartley6 Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    A1 We crave to be noticed, to be seen, & just one note can go a long way-had this quote hanging since my 1st day as a T w/@BethHouf #leadlap
  • KBoyd1516 Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    A1: We want to encourage growth, build confidence & encourage innovation! #LeadLAP
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:44 AM EDT
    A2: Notice- engaged in what the person is doing, you pick up on little positive things others may not #leadlap
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    A2: I love being to tell a teacher not just what I saw, but impact. "St A told me he understood this now" thanks to what you did. #leadlap
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    These are the components of a powerful "notice the impact" message... #LeadLAP
  • averyteach Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    A1: Visiting classrooms and leaving an A note lets Ts know that you care about their classroom all the time-not just at eval time. #leadlap
  • Joshua__Stamper Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    A1: In appreciation, we are able to provide a great impact to the social & emotional need through encouragement & empowerment. #LeadLAP
  • abney45 Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    Always reppin' #LeadLAP
  • Miss_B_Teach Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    A1: People want to know they are valued and cared about! Life is hard enough as is! Spread some kindness and appreciation #LeadLAP
  • froehlichm Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    A1) appreciation helps cultivate positive relationships & models some positive feedback we want Ts giving Ss. Also, it feels good. #LeadLAP
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    Teachers paint to give to one another w/a theme. Start of year 3 of doing it and one day we spent nearly 30 min appreciating. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MrWawczak
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    A1: It is amazing how much there is to appreciate when you make it a priority to look for it! #leadlap
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    Conversations about impact show results and give us the WHY for what we do #LeadLAP
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    Wonderful. And positive interactions help build the bridge for times of feedback for change. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @jlpuuri
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    Wowzers!!! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • shfarnsworth Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    A2: noticing the impact in coaching conversation builds trust to then tackle areas of growth related to student behavior/work #LeadLAP
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    A1 Appreciation will draw people to you as a leader. People love to be appreciated and it shows as a leader you are not an island. #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • Rdene915 Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    A2 Being specific to what the T has done, visible impact on Ss, or hearing thru conversations, identifying specific strengths #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    A1 I read about using Snapchat to give quick and positive feedback. What a great way to connect instantly and provide a boost! #leadlap
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    A2: Noticing to me means specific and authentic. Generic leaves too much to be desired. #LeadLAP
  • laurarfarmer Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    General feedback such as, "Good job!" doesn't promote meaningful conversation. Target areas that align w/ growth of S's achievement #LeadLAP
  • FHS_Anton Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    That's a cool idea--Those notes from appreciative students stand out way more than from any admin. #leadlap
  • BarbaraGruener Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    A2: Noticing people validates their choices, especially strong ones, empowers people and makes them want to ripple out & go deeper. #leadlap
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    Teresa, MS Literacy Teacher, NY. Got mixed up with times! Thought this was over. So confused. #leadlap
  • fourmonkeypress Sep 2 @ 10:45 AM EDT
    A2. Feedback that is specific is great but Ts also need to know the why in order to make the change meaningful. #leadlap
  • averyteach Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    Giving those messages are supportive of Ts and makes them feel a "part" of the school. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BobbieFrench
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    A2: When feedback is connected to impact, it changes focus. Lowers affective filter, Bc it focuses back on Ss = more open to hear. #leadlap
  • TeacherRunner42 Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    your brain is still on vacation time :D HI FRIEND! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @teresagross625
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    OMtotheG!! I would love that βš“ chart!! Where did you find that?? #LeadLAP
    In reply to @JeffreyASee
  • coacheagan Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    A2: feedback that focuses on the students engagement and learning is noticeable. Too often we focus on the teacher #leadlap
  • Hahne_Elyse Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    A1 Anchor notes allow for acknowledgement, recognition, and for someone to take the time to notice the good in the classroom. #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    Love that, Michael! Empowering message that their work has made an impact on others! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @TeacherRunner42
  • MPapaEdu Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    A2: When we talk about how we're impacting students instead of just giving generic feedback, it makes it more useful & authentic #leadlap
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    A1: As educators we are constantly filling buckets, and just like an aquifer, sometimes we too need a recharge. #leadlap
  • jlpuuri Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    A2: When noticing IMPACT, you provide the teacher with specific examples of what you are seeing. Shows you were really watching. #leadlap
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    A2: learning may be permanent, but may be fleeting. Impact alters the future. #LeadLAP
  • dasheffield23 Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    A1: Everyone wants to feel validated in what they do. This just reaffirms they are doing some great things in the classroom. #leadlap
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    A2: Replication is more likely when the impact is highlighted and celebrated! #LeadLAP
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    I have one too! #leadlap
    In reply to @abney45
  • Hudsonwife16 Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    Shawna from Arizona I am a Pre-k kIndergarten readiness educator!! #LeadLap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • PrincipalVest Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    A2:This really made me think about how to give feedback that focuses on observed outcomes instead of observed actions. #leadlap
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    Josh H, I love the conversations that the anchors start. Teachers will stop in office to discuss further. #leadlap
  • jeffreykubiak Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    A2: notice the awesomeness that T is giving, then move to an opportunity. Cite specific Y and How #LeadLAP
  • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
    A2: When appreciation is tied to the impact on vision (shared WHY) it motivates while bringing clarity to the HOW and WHAT #LeadLAP
  • Joe_toomey1984 Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    A2- Be intentional! Give feedback that focuses on student impact and/or cultural impact of what the t's have done in the building #LeadLAP
  • Isham_Literacy Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    A2 When you notice the impact, the WHY is obvious to others. Ts impact more than Ss when it is noticed! #LeadLAP #kidsdeserveit
  • jdeek Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP A2 - Teachers work hard and kids aren't very good at appreciating. We all get stuck in the details and miss the forest. I notice.
  • Tkohlmann25 Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    A1: even veteran teachers appreciate positive feedback...day 1 #growthmindset #LeadLAP
  • Mr_Dixon11 Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    A2: One can potentially be more constructive while the other is a more inspiring statement or notice. #LeadLAP
  • cristinnowak Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    A2: I'm thinking "notice" is a very specific instance or impact. But not sure why that can't be feedback too #LeadLAP
  • MrFergusonMJHS Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    Agree 100%. Specifics are the best! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MPapaEdu
  • AdrianBaker27 Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    Jumping in a little late. Adrian, from TN. Middle school AP. #LeadLAP
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    I love the cannonballs you guys put together too. #leadlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    So important, Barbara! Noticing a choice someone makes and pointing out the impact it has made is empowering! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BarbaraGruener
  • valerietilton Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    A2: How has their action impacted Ss or classroom? Notice even small changes! Posters on wall, desk arrangement, etc. ❀️#LeadLAP
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    A2: "IMPACT" is at the leading end of any design/logic model. We have to notice impacts in order to create towards those goals. #LeadLAP
  • cooper1503 Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    A2 Noticing impact indicates you C the valuable things Ts R already doing = bridge to those areas that may need attn. Positive 1st #leadlap
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    Welcome! #leadlap
    In reply to @Hudsonwife16, @burgess_shelley
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    Fantastic! Love this! #leadlap
    In reply to @SueTonnesen
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    A2 Noticing impact brings awareness to the decisions teachers make. This provides clarity to Practices & impact on learning. #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • principledlady Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    A2: When you focus on the impact your focus and attention shifts to students, which is our number one priority #leadlap
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    Thanks, Teresa! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @teresagross625
  • nbartley6 Sep 2 @ 10:47 AM EDT
    YES, I'm seeing this starting to emerge in our building and it's making all of the difference! BTW, can't wait to see you soon:) #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BarbaraGruener
  • bethhill2829 Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    A2: The delivery of feedback and the timing of it can make it more powerful. Written feedback can be revisited, F2F is powerful 2. #LeadLAP
  • averyteach Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    Yes! Ss and Ts should see you in classrooms more often than they "see" you in your office. 😊#LeadLAP
    • RACzyz Sep 2 @ 10:40 AM EDT
      A1: Shows Ts and Ss that you are a part of what is going on. In the trenches learning yourself! #LEADlap
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    Morning all #leadlap friends! Happy Labor Day weekend, end of summer, start of school.......
  • MrWawczak Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    A2: When we focus on the outcome/result, we see what and how big of an impact our actions make. Its what directly affects our Ss #LeadLAP
  • shfarnsworth Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    When I have coaching conversations with workshop teachers, noticing the impact results in repeat instructional strategies #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    Glad to have you with us! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @AdrianBaker27
  • cristinnowak Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    My favorite is being invited into the room. Makes me feel good about very time!#leadLAP #growingpanthers
    In reply to @joshchoward
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    A2: All Ts have the intent to be great. Impact is what really makes them great. Reinforce the most impactful strategies. #LeadLAP
  • Hudsonwife16 Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    A1: Teachers want to know that the work they do is seen and appreciated not just by the kids #LeadLap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    Morning from AZ joining late #LeadLAP
  • woodard_julie Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    A2 I love how johnny's face lit up πŸ’‘when you .......... you really made a positive impact on him@! πŸ€šβœ‹πŸΌ#LeadLAP
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    A2 All about student impact! How do they respond? That's the key to student engagement. #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • KaraDelMar Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    Joining a bit late from WA. #ElemAP #leadlap
  • MPapaEdu Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    Great point! #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • karamieszanek Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    A2: It needs to be specific, relevant, and focused. But the important part comes when you take time to listen after speaking! #LeadLAP
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    Great point! Regular convos about instruction is a game-changer 4 even the most high performing schools. #reflection #intentional #LeadLAP
    In reply to @JeffreyASee
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    A2: The logic model lead by Impacts and Outcomes; notice these and the rest follows #LeadLAP
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    Be an expert noticer! #LeadLAP
  • SteinbrinkLaura Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    A2: It is entirely too easy to focus on negatives. Then Ts start 2 expect that every time. Can lead 2 defeatism. That's bad for all.#LeadLAP
  • BarbaraGruener Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    I will have stories of how we've been FLOODED with compassion and care after #Harvey2017! #leadlap
    In reply to @nbartley6
  • Hahne_Elyse Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    A2 Intentional notices! Be intentional about what you notice and share it. #LeadLAP
  • FHS_Anton Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    A2: Recognition of results, especially if a t has taken step outside of comfort zone to improve makes them comfortable to continue #leadlap
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    It shows you actually paid attention; were't just there to be seen. And it points out what you notice, NOT criticism. #leadlap
    In reply to @cloeff33
  • MarshaSirkin Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    A2-Noticing IMPACT emphasizes INTENTION. It makes compliments hold more value. #leadlap
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
    A1 these build the relationship leading to trust #LeadLAP
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    When Ts invite you it definitely shows a level of trust has been achieved. That's a powerful statement. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @cristinnowak
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    Yes! The order is important to good decision making and design #LeadLAP
    • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 10:46 AM EDT
      A2: When appreciation is tied to the impact on vision (shared WHY) it motivates while bringing clarity to the HOW and WHAT #LeadLAP
  • PhoenixUnionCTA Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    #LeadLeaders ... @BethHouf 🎯 shine bright like a πŸ’Ž #LeadLAP
  • bethhill2829 Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    A2: Noticing how kids are responding, and peers as well. Placing the focus on those around a person and how they are impacted. #LeadLap
  • froehlichm Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    A2 Focusing on outcomes will change action, but changing action doesn't necessarily improve the outcome #LeadLAP
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    A2: saying "that was great lesson" is judgement. Saying "tell me more about..." in a lesson or child is an opportunity for conver. #leadlap
  • weenisfer Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    "Noticing" is so much more powerful than praise at times. It's specific & makes the behavior something that can be achieved again. #leadlap
  • Hudsonwife16 Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    A2: Typical is just saying good job all other feedback is specific to what you witnessed #LeadLap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • averyteach Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    Support and appreciation has to be genuine. Why give feedback if it doesn't move thinking forward? πŸ‘πŸ» #leadLAP
    In reply to @cloeff33
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    A2: "I noticed your instructional choice had these outcomes with Ss..." the WHY of what Ts are doing. Shows we 'get it' πŸ‘Šβœ…β˜  #LeadLAP
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    One of my favorites to make! Had to add the cannonball! #leadlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    Well said, C.J.! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @CJCain7, @BethHouf
  • PalankSMDC Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    A1: What letter or convo of appreciation has meant the most to you? #LeadLAP
  • bethhill2829 Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    Love this. #LeadLap
    • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 10:48 AM EDT
      A2: The logic model lead by Impacts and Outcomes; notice these and the rest follows #LeadLAP
  • woodard_julie Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    A2those student writing samples you have posted in the hall - WOW! You can see the IMPACT those ........ are making! πŸ€šβœ‹πŸΌ #LeadLAP
  • nbartley6 Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    Looking forward to hearing you and being inspired...can't wait to dive into our donation mission next week! SO proud of my district #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BarbaraGruener
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
    A2: Feedback that notices impact usually is supported by data or a story. #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    Q3: C is for Collaboration! #leadlap @burgess_shelley
  • MrWawczak Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    A2: Noticing impact shows that direct result. Smaller things like the way we greet Ss or choice we give them have a huge impact #LeadLAP
  • SpanishEagles Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    Q2: typical feedback notices something U did while Impact feedback notices effect it had on others -THAT is more powerful .#LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    Agreed! It also makes me feel like you realize the amount of work that went into it instead of empty praise! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @weenisfer
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    I would say it emphasizes intention that accomplished its goals. Sometimes my great intentions didn't land the way I wanted. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MarshaSirkin
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    A2 Noticing the impact suggests something specific. If I can point to how your actions changed experience for Ss, that's meaningful #leadlap
  • dasheffield23 Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    Q2: DON'T say "great job" that is too generic. Be specific in what you say. #leadlap
  • btcostello05 Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    Morning #LeadLAP just dropping in while I hit the grocery store!
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    Well said, Mena! Linking our messages to goals, best practice, "the why" makes it much more meaningful. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MenaHillEdu
  • Lindsey_Bohler Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    A3. When you notice their impact, it leads the teacher to a deeper reflection of their Teaching! #LeadLAP
  • debbiemah Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    Chiming in late! Appreciating the positive start to help frame our new school year! #LeadLAP #edchat #edleader
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    A2 Specificity. Asking how did this impact students? Watching student reactions and engagement. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • KarmenLogan Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    A2: I gave 2 anchor appreciations this week and both stayed they really needed that at the time. It reinforced the work. #LeadLAP
  • BobbieFrench Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    A2: when you 'notice' the impact Ts know you're vested in what they do and not just observing. Noticing outcomes allows deeper conv #LeadLAP
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
    Love this!!! Small things and big! It's easy to overlook and take the everyday awesomeness for granted. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @valerietilton
  • daveschmittou Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    1) When you celebrate risk taking that you see first hand, it becomes contagious! #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    A2 when we highlight the impact it helps others take risks because it takes fear away #LeadLAP
  • PalankSMDC Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    A2: Accentuate the positive. Find the bright spots. Show it to other Ts. Does wonders for Climate and culture #LeadLAP
  • RACzyz Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    Actually following @BethHouf 's lead & setting up mobile "office" in hall near classrooms. Want to be out & about with the People! #LEADlap
    In reply to @averyteach, @BethHouf
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    Ha!! Fancy seeing you here, Costello!! :) #leadlap
    In reply to @btcostello05
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    SURE is! This transition is going to be brutal. Not being there, sleep patterns. #leadlap
    In reply to @TeacherRunner42
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    Collaboration is reciprocal and everyone has a focus and provides thinking and support to one another #LeadLAP
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    It's also a good way to model and remind teachers that students should come first in those reflective conersations. #LeadLAP
  • fourmonkeypress Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    A3: Collaboration often leads to self-reflection and ownership of learning for Ts! #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    Well said! Praise is about what the observer liked. Noticing is about choices the teacher makes and the impact they have. #LeadLAP
    • weenisfer Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
      "Noticing" is so much more powerful than praise at times. It's specific & makes the behavior something that can be achieved again. #leadlap
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    Todd Whitaker says "Treat them all as if they were good." This allows us to do that. When we notice the good, we get more good. #leadlap
    In reply to @cloeff33
  • ElemCoach Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    A2 when you notice something a Ts doing and compliment her strategy chances are you've motivated them to continue to take risks πŸ‘ŒπŸΎ #LeadLAP
  • Hudsonwife16 Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    A3: you want them to be involved. You want to know how they take the feedback how they will use it. Keep all accountable #LeadLap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • Miss_B_Teach Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    A2: specific feedback is always more meaningful to someone than just a blanket statement.#LeadLAP
  • TeacherRunner42 Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    you'll get it down! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @teresagross625
  • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    A3: Collab. convos empower the T's to know that u respect their view & listen to their ideas. That's why we have 2 ears and 1 mouth #LeadLAP
  • Isham_Literacy Sep 2 @ 10:51 AM EDT
    A3 Just as we encourage Ss to have a voice, Ts need a voice too. Everyone has something to bring to the table! #LeadLAP
  • MrWawczak Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A3: Collaborative conversations have 2+ voices. Imp because, simply put, there is more than one person in admin/teacher convos #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    I keep it close, @teresagross625 ☠️❀️☠️ #LeadLAP
  • laurarfarmer Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A3: Both sides have an opportunity to speak. Open dialogue-answering the "why" & then discovering best practices together. #dignity #LeadLAP
  • Joe_toomey1984 Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A3- listening is so important. If you want a great staff, let them give you feedback and tel you what THEY think and feel #LeadLAP
  • AdrianBaker27 Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A1: appreciation is so important but has to be genuine. Glad I am surrounded by people who are easy 2 appreciate. #LeadLAP
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    Collaboration doesn't happen by accident, it must be intentional #leadlap
  • froehlichm Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A3 collaborative conversations will include the coach discovering what they need to do to support the teacher with their goals #LeadLAP
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    I love that idea! #leadlap (Your book is on my TBR soon pile!)
    In reply to @RACzyz, @averyteach, @BethHouf
  • btcostello05 Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A2 questions that seek to understand motives behind decisions create impactful conversations, if I know why I understand much more #LeadLAP
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    So true. As a Teacher, when I showed impact others wanted to learn how I did it. #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A2: Noticing the impact is providing purposeful feedback that can improve instructional practice and growth #LeadLAP
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A3: Collaborative conversations lead with questions. #LeadLAP
  • cristinnowak Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A3 collaboration = common goal + ideas of everyone to reach that goal then need to come back and figure what worked and what didn't #LeadLAP
  • Lindsey_Bohler Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A3. Asking LOTS of questions to move their thinking forward and nudge them toward REFLECTING on how to make it even better! #LeadLAP
  • FHS_Anton Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A3: Just like with students, allowing teachers the opp. to have a say is so important in creating positive school culture. #leadlap
  • bethhill2829 Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A3: Asking the right questions, then W.A.I.T. (Why am I still talking) 😊 #LeadLAP
  • ingrid_twyman Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A2: Focusing on impact can help teachers unpack their decisions to understand why we do what we do, it helps us be more intentional #LeadLAP
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    A3: Dialogue is the only way to assess a Ts level of self-awareness which tells you about capacity when no Admin is looking #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    YES! Removing judgment from the conversations is critical. It's not about what WE like or dislike. It's about impact on learning. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @SueTonnesen
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    Definitely so! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MPapaEdu
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    Thanks for highlighting that! Doing more of what works! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    Intention doesn't always produce impact, but we can work on that together! #risktaking #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MarshaSirkin
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
    Woot! Woot! I've been so busy running this past month my mobile office has been my pockets! I may need a fanny pack! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @RACzyz, @averyteach
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    Components of a powerful collaborative conversation... #LeadLAP
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    Awwww..........I LOVE it!!!!!!! Honored my friend. #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • MarshaSirkin Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    A3: Collaboration is ALL HANDS ON DECK. This accelerates professional growth for all parties. #leadLAP
  • MrFergusonMJHS Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    Great advice! Hire me! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @bethhill2829
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    In case you missed Q3... #LeadLAP
  • MPapaEdu Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    A3: Teachers are the experts. I look forward to how I will learn & grow from collaborative conversations #leadlap
  • Hahne_Elyse Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    A3 Collaboration allows for both parties to reflect and offer suggestions & ownership together. #LeadLAP
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    A3 It's imperative to gain the perspective of the teacher. Simply giving a tell isn't going to impact practice long term. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    You are right here! Everything needs to tie back to the school vision #LeadLAP
    In reply to @me1odystacy
  • AdrianBaker27 Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    A2: "I notice you made the choice to ___, and it had such positive impact!" Talk about empowering! #LeadLAP
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    A3: That is the easy one! What good ever came from NOT collaborating?? :) #LeadLAP
  • averyteach Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    A2: Giving feedback tied to impact allows Ts to see things they may not have even noticed themselves. #leadlap
  • PhoenixUnionCTA Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    Thanks Barbara, great resource we can all share & promote #Leadership ! πŸ’‘#LeadLAP
    • BarbaraGruener Aug 26 @ 10:46 AM EDT
      A2: Have you seen this trust pyramid? Encourage Ts to focus on these strengths to build a strong wall of trust. #leadlap
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    Jump in the cold water all at once! LOL #leadlap
    In reply to @TeacherRunner42
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    Agreed! Using questioning spurs more #leadlap
    • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 10:49 AM EDT
      A2: saying "that was great lesson" is judgement. Saying "tell me more about..." in a lesson or child is an opportunity for conver. #leadlap
  • coacheagan Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    A3: collaborative conversations include listening and asking clarifying questions rather than judgement statements #leadlap
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    Collaboration and curiosity go hand in hand. Be thinking partners. Ask WHY? #leadlap
  • BarbaraGruener Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    A3: Give and take conversations create a win-win outcome. Active listening is a gift. #empathy #compassion #kindness #leadLAP
  • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    A3: Collab. convos help me, as the leader to learn. If I'm too self-directed or focused on my ideas, then Ts will shut down #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    It is so important to notice and appreciate risk-taking if we want it to spread in our schools. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @woodard_julie, @daveschmittou, @BethHouf
  • dasheffield23 Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    A3: The person leading the conference helps the teacher reflect on different aspects of the lesson. #leadlap
  • karamieszanek Sep 2 @ 10:53 AM EDT
    A3: We need to take time to really #listen. Use the Ts ideas to lead the convo and pose the questions... allowed T to answer! #LeadLAP
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    Isn't this a wonderful shift? #LeadLAP
    In reply to @PrincipalVest
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    A3: coll conver. are just that! Both voices are valued and encouraged! There is risk and a deep sense of trust that is developed #leadlap
  • ElemCoach Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    A3 Imp bc everyone's voice can be heard during a collaborative convo. This helps improve relationship too #LeadLAP
  • principledlady Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    collaborative convos help people mediate their own thinking, helps a identify what is going on in each other's heads. #Leadlap
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    A3: This! #LeadLAP
  • averyteach Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    A2: Notice feedback is specific. It is important Ts know HOW they make a difference. #leadlap
  • BobbieFrench Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    A3 Ts need collaboration- L talk with them not at them- give Ts opportunity to share thinking and received positive feedback. #LeadLAP
  • PrincipalVest Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    A3:Asking ?s helps deepen thinking for all parties. The people learning have to be the ones doing the thinking. #leadlap
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    You all are making my head spin! #LeadLAP is flying, and I can't keep up!!
  • Rdene915 Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    A3 Each shares perspectives, has chance to talk, two-sided conversations, asking each othr Qs, coming up w/nxt steps together #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • nbartley6 Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    Ingrid! You're here!! Made my morning, girl:) #LeadLAP @BethHouf @burgess_shelley
    In reply to @ingrid_twyman, @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • cooper1503 Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    A3 There is no 1 perfect way. CC's are about sharing & improving TOGTHER. Ts have so much on @ them, valuing Ts input is important. #leadlap
  • MrWawczak Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    A3: Reflecting on this: Do I care more about something when I'm told it or when I'm talked with about it? #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    I'm with you!!! WOWZA! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley
  • bethhill2829 Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    Come on down to Arkansas! :) #LeadLap
  • Rdene915 Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    I love this! Hopefully I can remember it :) #leadlap
    In reply to @bethhill2829
  • KatieJMcNamara Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    A3 Collaborative convos value everyone. I don't have time to push anything that's one sided. Together from the beginning #leadlap
  • karamieszanek Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    A3: We need to take time to really #listen. Use the Ts ideas to lead the convo and pose the questions... allow T to answer! #LeadLAP
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    Intentional is important & key! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @Hahne_Elyse
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    A3: It sounds like a conversation=back & forth, not a lecture=one speaker and one listener #leadlap
  • RACzyz Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    A3: all about starting a CONVERSATION. Has to be two-sided! Ask ?s, create discussion. #LEADlap
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
    We need to remember the small celebrations, so hard to do #leadlap
    • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
      Love this!!! Small things and big! It's easy to overlook and take the everyday awesomeness for granted. #LeadLAP
      In reply to @valerietilton
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    WOOT! WOOT! Great to have you here, Ingrid! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @nbartley6, @ingrid_twyman, @burgess_shelley
  • cristinnowak Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    Remind myself when prov suggestions that T chose what they did&that I should find out why-poss didnt choose my suggest for a reason #LeadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley
  • Miss_B_Teach Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3: Collaborative conversations is where the most ground gets covered. There's a chance to reflect and discuss what comes next #LeadLAP
  • PrincipalVest Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    Agree! This applies for students and staff! #leadlap
    • dasheffield23 Sep 2 @ 10:50 AM EDT
      Q2: DON'T say "great job" that is too generic. Be specific in what you say. #leadlap
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3 Collaboration means understanding the why and developing strategies to have a greater impact. #LeadLAP
  • woodard_julie Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3 collaboration is sharing - growing - Learning together. One-side conversation leaves one participant out.#LeadLAP
  • coacheagan Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    This!! Love the (Why am I Still Talking) #leadlap
    • bethhill2829 Sep 2 @ 10:52 AM EDT
      A3: Asking the right questions, then W.A.I.T. (Why am I still talking) 😊 #LeadLAP
  • Dorish Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3: Conversation is 2-sided, people sharing ideas and learning together. Both admin and teacher should walk away having learned. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    Great quote; hard to always follow..which means it is an important goal! #LeadLAP
  • debbiemah Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A2 ...another Q could be... what did u notice abt the impact on YOU? Power in reflection. Change starts within. #leadlap #tlap #leadupchat
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3: BOTH are diving their time listening and talking #leadlap
  • Joshua__Stamper Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A2: Communication is key in providing constructive & authentic feedback. Coaching allows a growth mindset of improving/ not failing #LeadLAP
  • ElemCoach Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    This is my goals this year. I am a talker. Need to learn to sshhhhhh and listen. Really hard for me. πŸ˜©πŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈ #LeadLAP
    In reply to @Joe_toomey1984
  • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3: LISTEN but have courage to ask hard Qs. We foster a "think out loud" culture @TME_tigers - supports continuous improvement #LeadLAP
  • SpanishEagles Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3: input is heard from everyone involved with the intent to improve, find solutions, etc #LeadLAP
  • SteinbrinkLaura Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3: 1 sided=in trouble. Quit being bad. Collaborative means T has opportunity to reflect, elaborate, & consider new strategies/pov. #LeadLAP
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    So true...it's all about building up their ideas to show that they matter. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @JayBilly2
  • MarshaSirkin Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    Recognizing impact that didn't go the way you visioned promotes risk taking and persistance to keep trying until you get there. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @cloeff33
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3 Coaching conversations require collaboration, not coblaboration. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3: Collaborative conversations start with noticing impact and result in dialogue about teacher choices. #leadlap
  • AdrianBaker27 Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3: I think it's all about the Qs we ask. We are trying to guide their thinking with prompts. No different than T to S. #LeadLAP
  • KarmenLogan Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3: By giving appreciations, teachers recognize their willingness to take risks and will want to share more. Trust is key. #LeadLAP
  • weenisfer Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3: Collaboration means together. There is no right answer, only the joint effort to grow and learn. #leadlap
  • nbartley6 Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    My super explained to r building last week listening with curiosity and we were totally captivated-so motivated to do exactly that! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BarbaraGruener
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    A3: Ideas grow when it's a collegial convo, rather than "mini lecture" Growth happens when person is actively involved. #leadlap
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
    The ah-has should be coming from the teachers mouth. You are leading them to and understanding, not just telling them what to do #leadlap
  • chadw675 Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    A3: Collaborative conversations involve five and take, exchange of ideas. Q&A. It represents a true coaching opportunity #LeadLAP
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    Mobile office. I have to run to issues often. I would love one, but wonder if an apron or something similar would help better? #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf, @RACzyz, @averyteach
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    Some of the best have more questions than answers! #leadlap
    In reply to @andreakornowski
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    YES! If you are doing most of the talking, there isn't much collaboration going on! #LeadLAP
    • RACzyz Sep 2 @ 10:54 AM EDT
      A3: all about starting a CONVERSATION. Has to be two-sided! Ask ?s, create discussion. #LEADlap
  • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    Yes! This reflection is so essential for growth. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @SteinbrinkLaura
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    Yes! Mediate their own thinking. I think you just .... #LeadLAP
    In reply to @principledlady
  • jdeek Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP A3 - Fought this battle. No man is an island. Time changed me. Trick is raising the bottom floor, not the ceiling. Only together.
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    A3 Coaching conversations require collaboration, not coblaboration. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    Want to hear more about this #leadlap
    In reply to @RACzyz, @averyteach, @BethHouf
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    That's funny, I like it. #leadlap
    In reply to @CJCain7, @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • bethhill2829 Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    Oh me too!!!! #LeadLap
    In reply to @Lindsey_Bohler
  • btcostello05 Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    It also requires understanding the people involved #leadlap
    In reply to @joshchoward
  • btcostello05 Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    A3 Collaborative conversations involve mutual respect for the ideas of others, listening, not just waiting for your turn to speak #LeadLAP
  • marcihouseman Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    A3: Coaching conversations are about learning from one another. Elbow to elbow. Both take away key learning from the conversation. #LeadLAP
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    Nice. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @CJCain7, @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    This is so well-said, Cori! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @CoriOrlando1
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    Boom!! πŸ‘ŠπŸΌπŸŽ€ #leadlap
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    A3: relationship building, practice impacting, true listening and wondering how 2 be more is the ultimate conversation...takes time #leadlap
  • KatieJMcNamara Sep 2 @ 10:56 AM EDT
    Warms my heart to see admin walking the halls at passing and popping in classes. Make it obvious we are a team #leadlap
    In reply to @RACzyz, @averyteach, @BethHouf
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:57 AM EDT
    Q4: C is sometimes for Captain-directed... #LeadLAP @BethHouf
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 10:57 AM EDT
    A3 growth mindset requires collaboration reinforces idea that we can all learn from each other. Principal shouldnt have all the As. #LeadLAP
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 10:57 AM EDT
    A3: What if there were no such things at school as one-way admin-T conversations, only group user/designer. chats? #LeadLAP
  • Rdene915 Sep 2 @ 10:57 AM EDT
    That is really great :) #leadlap
    In reply to @CJCain7, @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • averyteach Sep 2 @ 10:57 AM EDT
    A3: Collborative conversations involve asking Qs rather than telling. Crafting Qs that will move thinking forward. #LeadLAP
  • valerietilton Sep 2 @ 10:57 AM EDT
    A3: It's not about us. How can we help them discover what they need? #LeadLAP. Telling does not always equal learning. Collab is WE not ME!
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 10:57 AM EDT
    Very true. We can discuss why they chose that. The dialogue may lead to other possibilities. #leadlap
    In reply to @JmNarrow, @MarshaSirkin
  • chadw675 Sep 2 @ 10:57 AM EDT
    I have always made this analogy. Admin and teacher so similar to teacher and student in many regards #leadLAP
    • AdrianBaker27 Sep 2 @ 10:55 AM EDT
      A3: I think it's all about the Qs we ask. We are trying to guide their thinking with prompts. No different than T to S. #LeadLAP
  • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 10:57 AM EDT
    Love this perspective! It's not about ME and this has to be evident in all we do as leaders. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @andreakornowski, @JayBilly2
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:57 AM EDT
    I love making sketchnotes, especially for others! #leadlap
    In reply to @ElemCoach, @BethHouf
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 10:58 AM EDT
    A3: In collaborative conversations both members have ownership & move forward together. Too much talking= loss of engagement #LeadLAP
  • FHS_Anton Sep 2 @ 10:58 AM EDT
    So true. Important to understand that all are the experts in the room and the goal is to create best opps. for s's to grow. #leadlap
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 10:58 AM EDT
    A3: "Tell me how things have been going in your space today? How can I support you with that?" Open-ended Qs to assess Ts needs βš“ #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:58 AM EDT
    They are all in here: https://t.co/iGZdyZFj72 #LeadLAP
    In reply to @Lindsey_Bohler
  • laduran05 Sep 2 @ 10:58 AM EDT
    A3: A collaborative convo is a dialogue that engages and inspires both parties. No one learns from only be talked at! #leadlap
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 10:58 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP Right?
    In reply to @CJCain7, @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • averyteach Sep 2 @ 10:58 AM EDT
    A3: Collaborative conversations also send a message that the leader is learning from and with Ts! Culture of continuous learning #leadlap
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:58 AM EDT
    Q4 again! #LeadLAP
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:58 AM EDT
    A4: I have NO problem straight out asking for help! #leadlap
  • jessicaraba Sep 2 @ 10:58 AM EDT
    Love this idea. Starting in a new role this year and this is my plan! #LeadLap
    In reply to @mjacobsenEDU, @bakerhhhs
  • Miss_B_Teach Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    A3: If teachers are just told what they are allowed to do and not get to be part of the decision teachers don't feel valued! #LeadLAP
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    A3b: Even when admin have good intentions, a 1-sided convo seldom leads to growth. We should have people observe admin in convos. #leadlap
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP this βš“βš“βš“
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    A4 We need Ts who are willing to ask for support when needed. Ts can't be expected to know everything. We have resources to help #LeadLAP
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    A3 ask them for specifics of where they want to grow, listen and discuss ideas together toward the goal #LeadLAP
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    A4: captain directed conversations are important when we see something impacting student learning that needs to be discussed #leadlap
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    A3: Collab conversations also mean that YOU are a learner too! We are learning from each other. Eliminate the admin power trip! #LeadLAP
  • laurarfarmer Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    A4:The primary goal of teaching is student growth and learning. If I, as a T, am doing something to hurt my Ss achievement-tell me. #LeadLAP
  • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    A4: Capt. Dir. are more approp. when we see something that we need to fix or we see some way to help immed. to support learning #LeadLAP
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    This is a treasure of amazingness! #leadlap
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    Agreed. We shouldn't treat Ts like Ss but should treat both as learners 2B engaged. Model the relationships you want them to have! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @chadw675
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP Getting insight into the perspective can help you better communicate.
    In reply to @CJCain7, @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    Relationships and trust are most important. Know your people and know how to support them to move to the next level #LeadLAP
  • laduran05 Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    A3: Collaborative convos build collective efficacy which always improves outcomes for kids. We are in this together. #leadlap
  • elena_SF_CA Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
    When leaders show appreciation & teachers promote #kindness, the resulting improved school culture is priceless. @burgess_shelley #leadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    Some important things to think about when having a "captain-directed conversation... #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    Too funny! I just sent a similar Tweet. You said it better, Janet! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @averyteach
  • KatieJMcNamara Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    A2 saying "Good Job" to Ts or Ss is superficial and meaningless. Share what you thought was amazing. Ask a question. Value the work #leadlap
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    A4: If something is impacting our Ss in a negative way, tackle those tough conversations #leadlap
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    A4 "Seek first to understand, then be understood." Know the problem and the person clearly before you start talking #LeadLAP
  • Hudsonwife16 Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    A4: in moments when something needs coaching. Teachers can use teachable moments too #LeadLap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • rondorland Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    Good morning #leadlap k-5 VP.
  • MrWawczak Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    Thanks @burgess_shelley and @BethHouf and everyone for a great #LeadLAP chat. Have a wonderful holiday weekend!
  • Joe_toomey1984 Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    A4- there are times when you have to take charge as a leader. Some negative and some positive. But do it with respect and purpose #LeadLap
  • RACzyz Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    I'll try to write a post about it this week. #LEADlap #4OCF
    In reply to @SepukaMel, @averyteach, @BethHouf
  • burgessdave Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    Beautiful day at La Jolla Shores for @burgessashlyn1 to get her Advanced Open Water certification today! Proud of her! #LeadLAP #tlap
  • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    A3: This πŸ‘‡ #LeadLAP
  • fourmonkeypress Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    If negative climate is present in classroom a Captain Directed convo is needed. We can't continue to ignore negativity towards Ss #LeadLAP
  • coacheagan Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    A4: when convos turn negative and not a focus on solutions time for the captain to refocus #leadlap
  • dasheffield23 Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    A4: Captain-directed would be appropriate when the T is not aware of the weakness ... like struggling w/ classroom management. #leadlap
  • btcostello05 Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    A4 when you are communicating what the expectations are in your school/classroom/district we need clear communication from the top #LeadLAP
  • gshulenberger Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    A4: Captain-directed conversations happen when what is happening is not best for Ss. Always approach as if that was the intent. #LeadLAP
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    A4 New teachers may not have the tools in the tool chest to reflect & find an action step. Great time for the captain to assist #leadlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    Well said #LeadLAP
    • Joe_toomey1984 Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
      A4- there are times when you have to take charge as a leader. Some negative and some positive. But do it with respect and purpose #LeadLap
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    Purpose = Improved learning for Ss (Impact) #LeadLAP
    In reply to @Joe_toomey1984
  • ed_dir Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
    A3: Effective coaching conversations are anchored in curiosity. Learning is achieved on BOTH sides of the conversation. #leadLAP
  • debbiemah Sep 2 @ 11:01 AM EDT
    A3 Through strong open trusting relationships we build a community for collaboration. We are all empowered. #LeadLAP #edchat #edleader
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 11:01 AM EDT
    We need to know them to grow them. We can only do this by being present w those we serve. Kudos! #leadlap
    In reply to @mjacobsenEDU
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:01 AM EDT
    Yes! And what works for one person doesn't always work for the next. Knowing how to talk with each individual is huge! #LeadLAP
    • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
      Relationships and trust are most important. Know your people and know how to support them to move to the next level #LeadLAP
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 11:01 AM EDT
    THis is moving so fast, I will have no choice but to re-read archive to actually learn. #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • principledlady Sep 2 @ 11:01 AM EDT
    A4: Whenever our tummies tell us, something is just not right, it is time to inquire. Every minute counts and our kids derserve it #leadlap
  • BarbaraGruener Sep 2 @ 11:01 AM EDT
    A4: Sometimes leaders have to have courageous convos, to help their crew improve, for the Ss sake! CARE-fronting is important. #leadlap
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 11:01 AM EDT
    A3 Notice how redirection and behavior supports happen. Continuing to promote student-centered reinforcement is a goal. #leadlap
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 11:01 AM EDT
    A4: When anyone in the organization is not "on board", sometimes the Captain needs to talk honestly about "fish or cut bait" #LeadLAP
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 11:01 AM EDT
    A4 needed when something is not aligned w what is right for kids, needs to be fixed w urgency #LeadLAP
  • MPapaEdu Sep 2 @ 11:01 AM EDT
    A4: Captain-directed conversations are required when solicited. We must find ways to support those who need us. Live to serve. #leadlap
  • markemoran Sep 2 @ 11:01 AM EDT
    Yes. Reinforce the specific behavior you'd like to see repeated and emulated. #leadlap
  • valerietilton Sep 2 @ 11:01 AM EDT
    A4: When new Ts need imp info that may affect job status. I try to deliver it with respect and empathy! #LeadLAP
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    A4: New Ts/staff = have Ts write questions & concerns on sticky notes, set priorities, also offers insights to what Ts feel are 911 #LeadLAP
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    Ask the right questions to get your team to reflect, get curious and make positive change #LeadLAP
  • averyteach Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    Thanks for a quick shot in the arm this morning! Have to run-hope everyone has a fabulous weekend! #leadlap
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    A4: Providing clarity and building capacity are always reasons I grab the captain's wheel. #LeadLAP
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    And they shouldn't have all the tools yet. We need to provide more tools for them. #LeadLAP
    • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 11:00 AM EDT
      A4 New teachers may not have the tools in the tool chest to reflect & find an action step. Great time for the captain to assist #leadlap
      In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • woodard_julie Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    A4 new initiatives-sometimes a strong leader taking the helm is the right way to steer a ship -especially if there are rough waters #leadlap
  • KarmenLogan Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    A4: Captain-directed are the least comfortable but leaders must ask which is more important comfort or student success. #LeadLAP
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    A4: It helps if it is asked for=more open. These can't be effective w/o first building trusting relationship built on authenticity. #leadlap
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    A4: New Ts or new programs may need to be modeled by Admin. Also important to tay grounded. #LeadLAP
  • rochellewentz Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    A4: Captain establishes vision of the possible. Guides course for how to get there. And leads the crew by example. #LeadLap
  • chadw675 Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    A4: Capt. directed are appropriate when there are repeated, major issues seen. Even then it should segue to collaborative convo #LeadLAP
  • marcihouseman Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    Totally agree! The expert IS the room and there is much to be learned from everyone at the table. #leadLAP
    In reply to @FHS_Anton
  • rondorland Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    A2- i think we can all tell if its authentic or not. Open a platform for the T to share strength with peers. #leadlap
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP A3: Conversations allow both Ts and Ps to make meaning and grow. I learned a lot from Ts this week. #newprincipals
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    Clear consistent messaging is key, too! Always with the student learning in mind #leadLAP
    In reply to @btcostello05
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    A4: Captain-directed comes in to play when it is clear there is something they may not know that we can help them learn. #LeadLAP
  • Rdene915 Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
    A4 To explain a concept to all Ss to help learn, to give specific fdbk to Ts, to bring a group back to focus, or to clear things up #leadlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • froehlichm Sep 2 @ 11:03 AM EDT
    A4 when working w/ a T that might be disengaged. If the focus has turned from being S centered, a captain convo might be in order #LeadLAP
  • ingrid_twyman Sep 2 @ 11:03 AM EDT
    A3: I approach coaching like it's an opportunity to allow a teacher to own their own growth...all teachers can find their solutions #LeadLAP
  • bethhill2829 Sep 2 @ 11:03 AM EDT
    So important. #LeadLap
    • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 11:01 AM EDT
      A4: When anyone in the organization is not "on board", sometimes the Captain needs to talk honestly about "fish or cut bait" #LeadLAP
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 11:03 AM EDT
    A3 Collaboration creates ownership. Talking about decisions together creates voice and change. #leadlap
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 11:03 AM EDT
    Yep! Those hard convos! Tell me more about... #LeadLAP
    In reply to @principledlady
  • BobbieFrench Sep 2 @ 11:03 AM EDT
    A4- Cpt Directed needed when immed. change is needed due to behavior or off course. Ts need help redirecting their ship. #LeadLAP
  • weenisfer Sep 2 @ 11:03 AM EDT
    Sorry to cut out early but family calls. Thanks for the great conversation. Will check back for more later! #leadlap
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    Q5: H is for Honor Voice and Choice... #LeadLAP @BethHouf
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    Have a great weekend. Thanks for stopping by #LeadLAP Jennifer.
    In reply to @weenisfer
  • KBoyd1516 Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    A3: Collaborative conversations encourage Ts to be reflective. Opportunity to build trust, to coach & foster growth! #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    Time for Q5! #LeadLAP
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    A4: Assume good intentions, but on those occasions when student learning negatively impacted, "I am the Captain" is not always bad #leadlap
  • woodard_julie Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    A4 & there is strength & quality leadership in doing both; asking for imput & knowing when to lead with decisiveness #leadlap
  • MarshaSirkin Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    A4:Captain led convos can be very helpful when Ts become disenfranchised from the team vision to prevent toxicity. #leadlap
  • ElemCoach Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    A4 this type of Coaching is needed when Ts need direct instruction on a topic they are not familiar with ie assmt bhvr strategies #LeadLAP
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    You can have captain conversations any day of the week! I learn so much from you! #leadlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley
  • BarbaraGruener Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    A5: Three little words: Tell Me More. #leadlap
  • Katiemc827 Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    Just made it #LeadLAP
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    Exactly... or else the captain may go down with the ship... #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BobbieFrench
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    A4: When there is new learning that may benefit students. #LeadLAP
  • emceachern Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    Ts need a structured time & place 2 have convos. R team of T ldrs, admin & counsellors meet 2x a month 2 reflect, respond & plan. #LeadLAP
    • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 10:59 AM EDT
      A4 We need Ts who are willing to ask for support when needed. Ts can't be expected to know everything. We have resources to help #LeadLAP
  • rondorland Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    A4- these are needed but remember T's are more open to this approach when they "want to hear you" rather than "forced to hear you." #leadlap
  • bethhill2829 Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    A4: Captain convos are necessary when the right decisions aren't being made to support kids' needs. Advocation Conversations. #LeadLAP
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    Modeling during these times and a gradual release of the needed skill held so Ts see the support and that we are in it together #leadlap
    In reply to @Joe_toomey1984
  • Miss_B_Teach Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    A4: New initiatives, where the captain needs to model expectations! The "tough" conversations that a captain might have to lead,etc #LeadLAP
  • principledlady Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    A4: These conversations are always opportunities to reinforce "our" vision, expectations, priorities and agreements. #leadlap
  • woodard_julie Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    @megangist great chat again this morning #leadlap
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 11:04 AM EDT
    Agree; except a good school organization is led by US, not THEM, or THE CAPTAIN. We all need to lead from where we are #LeadLAP
    • rochellewentz Sep 2 @ 11:02 AM EDT
      A4: Captain establishes vision of the possible. Guides course for how to get there. And leads the crew by example. #LeadLap
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:05 AM EDT
    A4: It is ok to have captain-directed conversations! The key is knowing when to use this strategy and when to use others! #LeadLAP
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 11:05 AM EDT
    Thanks so much! #leadlap They are what it is all about!
    In reply to @AdrianBaker27
  • cooper1503 Sep 2 @ 11:05 AM EDT
    A4 Clarify, model expectations. Recurring issues, immediate attn. #leadlap
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 11:05 AM EDT
    Honoring voice and choice is critical because we want our team to own it, not simply buy in. Commitment, not compliance. #leadlap
  • Isham_Literacy Sep 2 @ 11:05 AM EDT
    A5 Honor Voice by inviting Ts to share theirs, create opp. that make it easy to share, and take time to listen and reflect. #LeadLAP
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 11:05 AM EDT
    A4 Captain-directed conversation must occur when student SEL is not promoted. #LeadLAP
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 11:05 AM EDT
    A5 W/o voice and choice Ts and Ss have no ownership over their learning. #LeadLAP
  • Hahne_Elyse Sep 2 @ 11:05 AM EDT
    A4 Captain direct conversations are vital when there's something that needs to be said/pointed out. #leadlap
  • Joshua__Stamper Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    A3: Collaborative conversations have the same goal, creating a system to establish the best pathway through insightful questioning #LeadLAP
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    Exactamundo! My mentor taught me to play the believing game and encourage risk-taking whenever Ss can benefit. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BarbaraGruener
  • dasheffield23 Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    A5: We can't forget it's THEIR classroom NOT ours.We can't micromanage their teaching and classroom.We are there 2 help and support #leadlap
  • KarmenLogan Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    A4b: It is important to listen in captain directed 2. Intent may be right but needs more guidance. The guidance is where we direct. #LeadLAP
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    A5: after Ts prioritize needs let them choose what needs/can be tackled 1st= ownership and me not dictating needs #LeadLAP
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    A5: want the learning to come from the teacher want the reflection on practice to begin to happen...I do this by listening deeply #leadLAP
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    A5 Encourage teachers to share at fac mtgs. Let them be the voice, rather than me. #LeadLAP
  • SteinbrinkLaura Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    A4: One example we're seeing is after the collab convo, nothing changes. Then a Captain-directed convo is needed. #LeadLAP
  • btcostello05 Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    Sometimes convos can be about people and their lives¬ student learning. People first, you can't build student learning w/o them #leadlap
    In reply to @SueTonnesen
  • Isham_Literacy Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    Yes!! This!! Love when you are on the same chats @BarbaraGruener ! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BarbaraGruener, @BarbaraGruener
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    Some form of logic model should be used by everyone! :) #LeadLAP
    In reply to @nicotera_santo, @TeachtoLead, @CITYccl
  • Joe_toomey1984 Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    A5- admin isn't always right. We have to accept constructive criticism. A quick way to win a staff is to be approachable and honest #LeadLAP
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    #newprincipals I learned this. It's hard to do. Sometimes we pause until we can speak again w/o listening. #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    A5: We don't all have to do it the same way. It's amazing how ownership leads to success! #LeadLAP
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    A5 Just like s's, t's want choice. Leaders must be careful to model providing a voice. #LeadLAP
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    A5 If we want teachers to honor voice & choice for their students, we must do the same for them as leaders. Show the way. #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • fourmonkeypress Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    A5. The same reason we honor voice for the kids! Autonomy makes you feel valued as a T. Allow ownership of area T likes to grow. #Leadlap
  • bethhill2829 Sep 2 @ 11:06 AM EDT
    A5: Having a culture of "YES", so everyone knows--ideas and thoughts that are justified with how they support kids are welcome! #LeadLAP
  • laurarfarmer Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A5:T's are like artists & we own our artistry.It's important to take what we are already doing & offer thoughts on ways to improve #LeadLAP
  • ingrid_twyman Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A4: I default to Elena Aguilar who says to "ask permission" when we feel we need to step in..still allows Ts to own it #LeadLAP
  • chadw675 Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A5: Should always honor Ts voice and ideas. They lead the classroom & deserve to be treated like the professionals they are #LeadLAP
  • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A4: Crew needs to know they have confident, courageous leader at helm who'll speak up if something doesn't support culture, vision #LeadLAP
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A5 If we want teachers to honor voice & choice for their students, we must do the same for them as leaders. Show the way. #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • FHS_Anton Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A5: From the teacher side, I think it allows us to take ownership/pride/responsibility, for our classroom and what we're doing. #LeadLAP
  • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    Well said! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @rochellewentz
  • Katiemc827 Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A5: Ts should feel safe and comfortable reflecting and refining. If we don't give them choices then they don't own the learning #LeadLAP
  • coacheagan Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A5: Ts must have a voice and be honored as part of the team or they won't buy in-Must build their ownership and voice in everything #leadlap
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A5: If they're collaborative allows for more voice and choice. Look for ways to support their idea. #LeadLAP
  • katiestone22 Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    Starting my first year as an AP. Shifting a culture is a daunting task. I'll start w/ relationships and appreciation #slowandsteady #LeadLAP
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A5: Think of Covey's "Find Your Voice" & the 2nd part "Helps Others Find Theirs", LOVE this habit and anchor. #leadlap
  • MarshaSirkin Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A5- Forgetting to honor VOICE & CHOICE damages foundational relationships. #leadlap
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A4: When a change will have a significantly positive impact on a classroom culture, captain discussions are appropriate ! #LeadLAP
  • TaraMartinEDU Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A3 Collaborative conversations are led by humble inquiry. The possibilities are limitless &idea sharing is welcome from both sides. #LEADlap
    In reply to @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • MsJBarger Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    By doing so, the T will be more invested in the solution because it's authentic to them; seems more possible. #leadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A5: Find ways to empower student and teacher voice, and good things happen. Almost always true. #LeadLAP
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    Great convo, gang, but I promised wife I'd unplug, and we are headed to flea market. Leave me greatness to read! #leadlap
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    And accept when a mistake was made. Incredibly disarming unless you keep making the same mistakes... #leadlap
    In reply to @Joe_toomey1984
  • rondorland Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
    A5- autonomy, mastery and purpose. T's are like students who will make larger strides when engaged and work is fun. #LeadLAP
  • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    A5: We re-did our 3rd grade schedule and program based on teacher's passions and what we thought was best for our kids #LeadLAP
  • Katiemc827 Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    That's almost what I said :). #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MenaHillEdu
  • Hudsonwife16 Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    A5: T's have to have input in their own teaching. Give them feedback and ask how they could see it being implemented #LeadLap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    So important and will reap great rewards. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @katiestone22
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    Of course, relationships first, relationships last but is it best for kids is always the anchor for me as a principal #leadlap
    In reply to @btcostello05
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    A5: @DanielPink motivators = Purpsose, Mastery & Autonomy. Giving voice & choice will help drive change. Give back control. #leadlap
  • cooper1503 Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    A5 V & C matter 2 Ts as they do 2 Ss. We R all dif. & bring unique perspective.Add T strategies 2 a staff toolbox honors individual #leadlap
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    A5 Great leaders know the way, show the way, & go the way. Important to model what we want to see in others. #leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • ed_dir Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    A4: Vivian Robinson calls these "Open to Learning conversations": Tackle the tough stuff while building relationships. #leadLAP
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    A5: I listen! Seek First to Understand, Then Be Understood, I want to hear other ideas! #leadlap
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    And the research shows it's effective too...WIN WIN! #LeadLAP #ownership
    • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
      A5: We re-did our 3rd grade schedule and program based on teacher's passions and what we thought was best for our kids #LeadLAP
  • Tkohlmann25 Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    A5: all stakeholders need to feel involved, important and valued #weareallinitforthesameoutcome #leadlap
  • Joe_toomey1984 Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    A5- hire ppl for their expertise, let them show/use their knowledge. If I'm the smartest person in my building, I'm a bad leader #LeadLAP
  • johnccarver Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    Greetings fellow Pirates coming to you from Middle Tennessee @MauryCoSchools ! #LeadLAP
  • btcostello05 Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    A5 coaching conversations should always start with the goal or expectations of teacher for kids. What do you want them to get&why #LeadLAP
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    Great minds, girl! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @Katiemc827
  • BobbieFrench Sep 2 @ 11:08 AM EDT
    A5: allow voice and choice so T feel validated and part of the decision making- not dictated to. ways to get involved and be heard #LEADlap
  • KatieJMcNamara Sep 2 @ 11:09 AM EDT
    A4 Even strong teachers need leaders that can help fine tune direction of classroom and school site. #leadlap
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 11:09 AM EDT
    A5: "Voice" is not about saying stuff; it is about designing, leading, owning stuff. Good captains create THOSE conditions #LeadLAP
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 11:09 AM EDT
    Although this can be really difficult, it's crucial! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BarbaraGruener
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 11:09 AM EDT
    A5: Everyone's voice is important, we may be the means for them to speak! #leadlap
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 11:09 AM EDT
    A5 encourage and honor different teaching styles like we honor and encourage different learning styles #leadlap
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 11:09 AM EDT
    Yes! Promote change by giving them an opportunity to find the solution. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @TaraMartinEDU, @BethHouf, @burgess_shelley
  • AdrianBaker27 Sep 2 @ 11:09 AM EDT
    A5: T voice is so important. 2 are more creative than 1. Empower by supporting THEIR ideas. #leadlap
  • Hahne_Elyse Sep 2 @ 11:09 AM EDT
    A5 Honor voice & choice to value the teacher & staff while still collaborating to do what's best for Ss. #leadlap
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:09 AM EDT
    A5: Our ideas aren't always the best ideas. When there are lots of good ideas floating around... let them choose! #LeadLAP
  • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 11:09 AM EDT
    A5:Autonomy and trust are so important for Ts -If we give them the wheel, more than likely they will make the best decisions for Ss #LeadLAP
  • btcostello05 Sep 2 @ 11:10 AM EDT
    Of course that's the guide, but I focus on being a person first, sometimes that means convos about self care & wellness come first #leadlap
    In reply to @SueTonnesen
  • KarmenLogan Sep 2 @ 11:10 AM EDT
    A5: We are kicking off house parties with our students and staff. This week We got Ts input on how to maximize result. Now foe Ss #LeadLAP
  • karamieszanek Sep 2 @ 11:10 AM EDT
    A5: This comes in the follow up - check back in and seeing if there are Qs, discuss the reflection and see how I can support. #LeadLAP
  • froehlichm Sep 2 @ 11:10 AM EDT
    A5 Prescribed PD doesnt always fit everyone.Why do we provide, for example, PD on literacy strategies to our best reading teachers? #LeadLAP
  • KatieJMcNamara Sep 2 @ 11:10 AM EDT
    A4 Sometimes the choice is giving up on someone or having a difficult conversation. PLEASE have a respectful difficut conversation. #leadlap
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 11:10 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP A4: Clarity. Direction. Guidance.
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • cristinnowak Sep 2 @ 11:10 AM EDT
    A5: what are you passionate about and want to share with colleagues? What do you learn about from colleagues #LeadLAP
  • SpanishEagles Sep 2 @ 11:10 AM EDT
    A4: sometimes we need the captain conv. to redirect, guide, suggest, facilitate, focus, etc much like we do in the classroom #LeadLAP
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 11:10 AM EDT
    A5 Often, we need to amplify Ts voices. They need to know their voice is important. Give great Ts a bigger voice to impact others. #LeadLAP
  • valerietilton Sep 2 @ 11:10 AM EDT
    A6: Collab w teacher on goals for coaching. Allow Ts to guide the convos and listen! πŸ—£#LeadLAP
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 11:10 AM EDT
    Ha! I used same 3 from Drive :) #leadlap
    In reply to @rondorland
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    A5: I also have to be careful not to stifle great ideas! #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    Q6: O is for Offer Support... #LeadLAP @BethHouf
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    A5 In the end Ts need to own their practice. Let them choose and be autonomous, but provide guidance to focus them. #LeadLAP
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP Great point!
    In reply to @CJCain7, @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • laurarfarmer Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    Good, effective teaching is good, effective teaching. All about that learning and Ss growth #LeadLAP
    In reply to @SepukaMel
  • principledlady Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    A5: It creates a sense of professionalism. But remember with "power" comes great responsibility for both for Ts and Admin #leadlap
  • marcihouseman Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    A4: As captain, there are times to right the ship. When something is detrimental to student learning or safety, you talk about it. #leadlap
  • TaraMartinEDU Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    A4 Besides corrective needs, a captain might need to steer the ship when one is vulnerable &feeling worthless. Grab the wheel&LEAD. #LEADlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    Q6 is up! #LeadLAP
  • cooper1503 Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    A4 Great captains should not need to do this very often. #leadlap
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    This post on the Rise of the Architect Leader pretty relevant to Q5: https://t.co/YWzyjXeHYt #LeadLAP
  • KatieJMcNamara Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    Can't lead a confused crew. #leadlap
    In reply to @Rdene915, @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • froehlichm Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    A5b coach T's in creating self-directed goals based on something they're passionate or want to learn more about. Then support them #LeadLAP
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 11:11 AM EDT
    A6: More willing to take risks and try new things. #leadlap
  • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    A5: Create, support culture of YES! Empower and celebrate new ideas. Be open and encourage feedback #LeadLAP
  • johnccarver Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP The transformation of teaching and learning means moving from your comfort zone!
  • JeffreyASee Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    Somebody please put this in a Storify!!!! #LeadLap
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    And be sure to let them know that their voice impacted the course. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @cloeff33
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    Agreed- same for w/in classroom. Not all Ss need same or learn same. Need to know those we serve & meet them where they are. #leadlap
    In reply to @froehlichm
  • johnccarver Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
  • Hudsonwife16 Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    A6: when T's feel supported they have the confidence to do more. Try new things. Conquer the world #LeadLap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    Esp if you are asking for differentiated instruction. Why aren't your best Ts leading the PD? Things that make you go Hmmmm! #leadlap
    In reply to @froehlichm
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    Yes! Human being precedes human doing! #leadlap
    In reply to @btcostello05, @SueTonnesen
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    I giggled when I saw this, was thinking about Ss and when we need to jump ship and start again! #leadlap
    In reply to @KatieJMcNamara, @Rdene915, @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • MPapaEdu Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    A5: Entertain all options & solutions. No idea is a bad idea πŸ’‘#leadlap
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    Curbing our enthusiasm is hard...but if we do...we find treasure in Teacher voice...#leadlap
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    A5b Not every T has to be created in our own image. Diversity in ideas and actions is best for students. #LeadLAP
  • jdeek Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    #leadlap A4 - If you're ina leadership position, don't be afraid to lead. Have the courage to put your chin into the wind. Know when to go.
  • ingrid_twyman Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    A5: because honestly, teachers already know what to do! They just need guidance and reassurance from us. It's already in there! #LeadLAP
  • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
    A6:Again, being a good leader is about giving the Ts the things they need to do their job well and then backing them up when needed #LeadLAP
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    Support w/time, resources, encouragement, connecting, asking good questions and most important, always have chocolate! #leadlap
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    Yes, Nicole. We all win when learning from each other is our collective focus. #LeadLAP L is for Learner challenge: https://t.co/qFfZ4hqVza
    In reply to @nfuerst2, @BethHouf
  • ElemCoach Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    Love this. Lead by example!!! #LeadLAP
    • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 11:07 AM EDT
      A5 If we want teachers to honor voice & choice for their students, we must do the same for them as leaders. Show the way. #leadlap
      In reply to @BethHouf
  • coacheagan Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    A6: support is critical: offer to model a lesson, hold voluntary tech hours after school, arrange for other Ts rooms to be visited #leadlap
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    Why not leverage those Rockstar Ts to teach others? They will grow through that AND others will benefit. #leadlap
    In reply to @froehlichm
  • fourmonkeypress Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    A6. Offering support also means knowing when a teacher is READY to change/grow and how much change they can handle #LeadLAP
  • emceachern Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    Lol. Sometimes the best thing I can do during collab is Just. Shut. Up. #LeadLAP
  • shfarnsworth Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    A5: Honor teacher voice during coaching conversation. Have them identify Impact, need, and growth area for fidelity. #LeadLAP
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    Like it; I wonder why S's and T's not in the same conversation from the outset? #LeadLAP
    In reply to @KarmenLogan
  • BobbieFrench Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    Model for T- used #flipgrid for Faculty mtg- so they could take risk as Ss and then try in their class w/ my support #LeadLAP
  • woodard_julie Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    A6 be sure your team knows the WHY to new directions. Be sure your team knows the how & be the support (ask questions) #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    Never fear! If this chat is flying too fast or you want to catch up you can find transcripts here: https://t.co/z5v3C8mD1V #leadlap
  • AdrianBaker27 Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    A6: Support is the follow-through. Put UR $ where UR mouth is. If, not = culture killer. #LeadLAP
  • Isham_Literacy Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    A6 When Ts are asked to go for new training, it would be awesome to see Admin. present training alongside them! #leadlearner #LeadLAP
  • rondorland Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    A6- Be aware of T's strengths/passions early, do the leg work for in/out of district support, make T aware and move together. #leadlap
  • cooper1503 Sep 2 @ 11:13 AM EDT
    A6 Support shows you are in this together. You are hgoing to be the trustfall partner. Ask Ts Qs. How? In what ways? #leadlap
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    Ha! I said the same :) #leadlap
    In reply to @mexusmx, @froehlichm
  • froehlichm Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    Absolutely! Exactly the same! We preach personalization for Ss but then provide sit and get PD to Ts #LeadLAP
    In reply to @CoriOrlando1
  • Joe_toomey1984 Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A6- Model the behavior. Ask for support yourself! Make sure you get PD that doesn't apply to all t's #leadlap
  • MarshaSirkin Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A6: I have a flexible schedule where we co-teach when trying something new. It allows for planning, teaching, and reflection. #leadLAP
  • KatieJMcNamara Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A5 Even when the end decision is what was wanted before convo.... taking time to ask helps crew feel valued. #leadlap
  • dasheffield23 Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A6:When a T tries something new when you observe it. Use Voxer & create a Vox and send the feedback immediately in a text or email. #leadlap
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A6 Ts time is limited and finding resources a challenge. We can support them by provide time, space, and resources to improve. #LeadLAP
  • valerietilton Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A5: When we listen and allow T voice we are saying to them: We respect you and your feelings. #LeadLAP
  • MenaHillEdu Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A6: good Qs help open up a dialogue about Ts goals both in & out if the classroom. Then I can walk WITH them, give tools, cheer on #LeadLAP
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A6: Give Ts release time by covering their class to observe T who has mastered a given technique. #LeadLAP
  • FHS_Anton Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A6: Supportive admins allow for teachers to grow by stepping out of comfort zone, trying new things to best meet students' needs. #leadlap
  • Katiemc827 Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A6. I jump in first! If I want Ts to take a risk I must model it too. I show, share, and invite them to try it. #LeadLAP
  • KBoyd1516 Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A5: We want Ts to lead! Listen to their ideas! Say yes more than no! Let them help build/create systems in school! #LeadLAP
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A5 important because everyone thinks differently, present issue and discuss together a solution, no one likes things done to them #leadlap
  • debbiemah Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A5 Change begins from within. Cultures of honoured voice move mountains #LeadLAP
  • MsJBarger Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    Q6: I'm modeling a strategy for new teacher next week so she can see it in action and feel more comfortable taking risks herself. #LeadLAP
  • kim_laughlin Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    Me, too. I have to stop myself to think when is the right time to think out loud. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BethHouf
  • BobbieFrench Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A6a- Good support helps a culture thrive. If Ts feel TRUSTED and valued they will take more risks= better for Ss #LEADlap
  • marcihouseman Sep 2 @ 11:14 AM EDT
    A6: We scaffold in our classrooms for students who have different learning needs. Adults are no different. Model incremental steps. #leadLAP
  • coacheagan Sep 2 @ 11:15 AM EDT
    This!! So important Ts and staff understand the WHY #leadlap
    In reply to @woodard_julie
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:15 AM EDT
    This was a requirement for principals in my district. How can we support the learning & growth if we don't understand it ourselves #LeadLAP
    In reply to @Isham_Literacy
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 11:15 AM EDT
    A6: Good leaders have high expectations, set a high bar...and then offer support needed to get there. #LeadLAP
  • MPapaEdu Sep 2 @ 11:15 AM EDT
    A5: Be that leader that says, "go nuts, take risks, innovate!" Then watch as teachers promote that same mindset in students #leadlap
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 11:15 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP A5: I recognize that valued solutions come from those who have to implement the solution. I bring a problem to Ts team in Qu form
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • rondorland Sep 2 @ 11:15 AM EDT
    A6- same formula for areas of growth. Platform for growth needed so find support opportunities early and move together. #leadlap
  • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 11:15 AM EDT
    A6:Good leader must take the heat when giving autonomy to Ts & something goes wrong, then give limelight to T's when it goes well #LeadLAP
  • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 11:15 AM EDT
    A6: Set them up for success - provide resources, encouragement, communicate it's not perfection we value but growth, risk-taking #LeadLAP
  • karamieszanek Sep 2 @ 11:15 AM EDT
    A6: Be there & celebrate in the success or failure... bc they have succeeded just by trying! At times, we learn more in failure! #LeadLAP
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 11:15 AM EDT
    A6 My job is asking Ts to try new thigns daily. Must be willing to be IN THE ROOM and walking the walk with them. We ALL buy in. #LeadLAP
  • GlenysHanley Sep 2 @ 11:15 AM EDT
    I've just stumbled into this twitter chat. A great topic. #LeadLAP
  • TaraMartinEDU Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    A5 One I feel becomes obvious=their ideas are often better than ours bc they OWN it! Great ?s lead to amazing, unique discoveries. #Leadlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • Rdene915 Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    A6 Giving support helps Ts & Ss to keep moving fwd, take risks, find resources & opps to help Ts grow, work together #leadlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    So glad you found us, Glenys! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @GlenysHanley
  • MarshaSirkin Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    I love this #leadLAP
    In reply to @mexusmx
  • laurarfarmer Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    A6:Don't offer strict feedback if you're not willing to do the work of helping the teacher improve.Continual positive conversation. #LeadLAP
  • MPapaEdu Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    A6: Be that leader that says, "go nuts, take risks, innovate!" Then watch as teachers promote that same mindset with students #leadlap
  • laduran05 Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    A6:How can I help? What do you need from me to make this happen?--phrases that should come from the captain's mouth often! #leadlap
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    A6: I offer to try along side of Ts w/in context of their own classroom. We deal w ups & downs together in real time. #leadlap
  • shfarnsworth Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    A6: support in coaching is not modeling, instead think of reflection, coteaching, & visiting other classrooms. #LeadLAP
  • woodard_julie Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    Model WAIT:why am I (still) talking? Put out the question & listen -like great educators do in their classes. Support T suggestions #LeadLAP
  • me1odystacy Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    Yes! Provide "air cover" so they can be the best they can be. Celebrate their awesomeness! #LeadLAP
    • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 11:15 AM EDT
      A6:Good leader must take the heat when giving autonomy to Ts & something goes wrong, then give limelight to T's when it goes well #LeadLAP
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    A6 support is putting others first when they present a need and helping #leadlap
  • johnccarver Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
  • cooper1503 Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    A6-b Celebrate the success 1 small step at a time. Encourage and empower #leadlap
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    Best to model what we want to see in classrooms, with staff #leadlap
    In reply to @froehlichm
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    I love it. I use "tell me your story". #LeadLAP
    In reply to @BarbaraGruener
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
    It's all about Ts and Ss living and thriving in their Zone of Proximal Development #leadlap
    In reply to @FHS_Anton
  • principledlady Sep 2 @ 11:17 AM EDT
    A6:support them with ?s that invite others to β€œtell their story” in their own words without leading them in a specific direction #Leadlap
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:17 AM EDT
    Yes! We need to ask these questions all the time - and then follow through on our commitment of support! #LeadLAP
    • laduran05 Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
      A6:How can I help? What do you need from me to make this happen?--phrases that should come from the captain's mouth often! #leadlap
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 11:17 AM EDT
    A5 Our building has committees that all teachers sit on - making it about their choice/vision. Teachers know what needs to be done! #LeadLAP
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 11:17 AM EDT
    A5: Honoring choice & voice= ownership and validation. We have listen & show others their thoughts and actions are valued #LeadLAP
  • KarmenLogan Sep 2 @ 11:17 AM EDT
    A6: Providing support put hands and feet to our words. Our Ts love that our reading coach is there to guide them in change #LeadLAP
  • Isham_Literacy Sep 2 @ 11:17 AM EDT
    Absolutely! Loved that our AP sat in on a Smore tech training and then started using Smores for her newsletters! #leadbyexample #LeadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley
  • emceachern Sep 2 @ 11:17 AM EDT
    Sometimes we get tired. Why can't we shine a πŸ’‘ on strengths of all so we all take a turn? #EveryoneIsGoodAtSomething#CelebrateAll #LeadLAP
    • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 11:12 AM EDT
      Esp if you are asking for differentiated instruction. Why aren't your best Ts leading the PD? Things that make you go Hmmmm! #leadlap
      In reply to @froehlichm
  • froehlichm Sep 2 @ 11:17 AM EDT
    A6 when Ts feel supported they feel like they can rock it for their Ss. Listen, be collaborative, do what you say youre going to do #leadlap
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 11:17 AM EDT
    A6 As the leader, how are you modeling risk taking for your staff & creating a safe space & culture for them to fail forward? #leadlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 11:17 AM EDT
    The best strategy to supporting innovation and risk taking with Ts is to model it yourself and make it part of your org culture. #LeadLAP
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 11:17 AM EDT
    It always starts with us modeling!#LeadLAP
    In reply to @Miss_B_Teach
  • johnccarver Sep 2 @ 11:17 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP Accomplishing this take servant leadership that empowers learners!
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:18 AM EDT
    Q7: R is for reflect... This one is our call to action for the week! #LeadLAP @BethHouf
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 11:18 AM EDT
    A6 Support for Ts = Support for Ss #LeadLAP
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 11:18 AM EDT
    A6:Sometimes leadership is about equipping w/ tools and letting them go, while other times it's necessary to walk by their side. #LeadLAP
  • ed_dir Sep 2 @ 11:18 AM EDT
    A6: Know your teachers. Know who embraces new and who freezes because of fear of failure. Determine how best to remove obstacles. #LeadLAP
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 11:18 AM EDT
    I absolutely agree! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @mjacobsenEDU
  • SteinbrinkLaura Sep 2 @ 11:18 AM EDT
    A6: If doing a training on something new U want Ts to try, provide time to process & practice. Not an in then on to the next format.#LeadLAP
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 11:18 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP Supporting risk takers! Yes!
    In reply to @Hudsonwife16, @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • btcostello05 Sep 2 @ 11:18 AM EDT
    Time to check out, literally (Labor Day weekend at the grocery store was an adventure with #LeadLAP ) Have a great weekend
  • JmNarrow Sep 2 @ 11:18 AM EDT
    A6 #Edtech can be intimidating to some. If we want to see it, go to them and support them with ideas and assistance. #LeadLAP
  • KatieJMcNamara Sep 2 @ 11:18 AM EDT
    A6 I steal the class and do the new thing with their students, their standards. Personalized PD #leadlap #tlchat #calibchat
  • janercooper Sep 2 @ 11:18 AM EDT
    No one was ever harmed by sincere and authentic praise, be it public or in private passing. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BobbieFrench
  • woodard_julie Sep 2 @ 11:18 AM EDT
    A6 then there's this - insightfulness on helping / supporting change 5 steps ☠️#LeadLAP
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    Can only be done by taking risks in front of & along side of them AND talking about #failforward stories. #leadlap
    In reply to @CJCain7, @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • ElemCoach Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    A5 encourage risk taking in lessons. That's how you learn and develop. Model new strategies for them. Praise when they try. #LeadLAP
  • TaraMartinEDU Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    A6 Providing the right supports at the "right time" is like gravity in space. It allows everything to stay afloat WHILE orbiting. #LEADlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    Glad you could make it, Brian. Have a great weekend. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @btcostello05
  • johnccarver Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP Principals that facilitate teachers learning from teachers is a true change agent!
  • Isham_Literacy Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    They own it with their Passion! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @TaraMartinEDU, @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • nbartley6 Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    A6 In my role, I ask Ts to try A LOT of new, but they know I'm always there-In fact I used this last week:) https://t.co/8SJknwdi7F #LeadLAP
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    There is never just one right answer or Way! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley
  • ingrid_twyman Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    A6: Creating safe spaces for Ts & Ls to share their ups and downs w/ risks allows for a shared experience that we are ALL growing #LeadLAP
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    Thank you so much, Marsha! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @MarshaSirkin, @GlenysHanley, @burgess_shelley
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    Exactly. Makes me think of the lessons from the geese! #teamwork #strengths #leadlap
    In reply to @emceachern
  • CJCain7 Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    If the leader is delegating everything, they aren't participating or leading. Have to show up, be present, & lead. #leadlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @SueTonnesen, @Isham_Literacy
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    A6: taking risks and modelling! Doing that more and my crew is loving it! #leadlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • johnccarver Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
  • Dorish Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    A6: Finally got to see campus post-#Harvey Admin alongside t's cleaning debris & wading through water. Everyone left smiling. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 11:19 AM EDT
    #newprincipals #LeadLAP
    • laduran05 Sep 2 @ 11:16 AM EDT
      A6:How can I help? What do you need from me to make this happen?--phrases that should come from the captain's mouth often! #leadlap
  • MPapaEdu Sep 2 @ 11:20 AM EDT
    A6: Don't just observe. Interact & participate in the lesson to show Ts & Ss you're fully supporting their innovation #leadlap
  • SpanishEagles Sep 2 @ 11:20 AM EDT
    A5: voice & choice r huge! I stopped showing examples of products to Ss -result was unique, imaginative work by them.Same for Ts! #LeadLAP
  • fourmonkeypress Sep 2 @ 11:20 AM EDT
    A7. WAIT TIME!!! Listen to how the T wants to grow vs prescribing them how I think they should do it. #Leadlap
  • principledlady Sep 2 @ 11:20 AM EDT
    A6: Ask them "What do you need to make you successful, feel supported, more effective"? #leadlap
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 11:20 AM EDT
    A7: I need to be better about follow up- the check in, the what's next, the co-planning forward. #leadlap
  • valerietilton Sep 2 @ 11:20 AM EDT
    A6: Be the cheerleader! Pix of brave Ts opening classrooms up to colleagues! #pineapplechart @cultofpedagogy #LeadLAP🍍
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:20 AM EDT
    Q7 is Call to Action Time! #LeadLAP
  • KRScienceLady Sep 2 @ 11:20 AM EDT
    As new instructional coach , any advice appreciated, trying to meet teachers help in any way I can #leadlap
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:20 AM EDT
    Excellent commitment for the week, Colleen! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @fourmonkeypress
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
    Excellent point! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @johnccarver
  • TaraMartinEDU Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
    PS Sorry I'm so late! Heart my #LEADlap PEEPS, though. Had to cannonball in and try to swim through a few questions!πŸ˜œπŸ’¦ Coaching is my ❀️
  • Elizabethutch Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
    Arriving very late will try to jump in if I can #leadlap
  • Hudsonwife16 Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
    A7: Be present. Be seen. Don't coach from the deck. Get in the water #LeadLap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
    A7: If you aren't sure where to start, consider taking the A is for Appreciation Challenge... https://t.co/Sq3Hob37iU #LeadLAP
  • mareewhiteley Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
    Loving this chat #LeadLAP Hi Maree from Perth, Western Australia πŸ˜ŽπŸŒπŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί
  • Joe_toomey1984 Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
    A7- I want to slower to act. I'd like to be more intentional in data driven decisions and make sure a program is working #leadlap
  • Hahne_Elyse Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
    A6 our ultimate goal is to meet all students needs. We have to share with our colleagues to Give Ss the best. #leadlap
  • nbartley6 Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
    A6 In my role, I ask Ts to try A LOT of new but they know I'm always there for them. In fact, I used this in my slidedeck last week #LeadLAP
  • cooper1503 Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
    A7 Reflection leads 2 discovery. We R best we take time 2 look @ work @ 10k,5k,100 and 5 ft. Is my feedback meaningful & supportive #leadlap
  • teresagross625 Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
    Have a wonderful day everyone! #leadlap
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
    A7: My reflection for the week is that life can sometimes be really hard, like in South TX right now; place the rest in perspective #LeadLAP
  • KatieJMcNamara Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
    And knowing what each leader can support #leadlap Even with old peeps - it takes a village of love and support #leadlap
    In reply to @TaraMartinEDU, @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • KRScienceLady Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    Will have to read the transcript . Missed most of todays chat #leadlap
  • cloeff33 Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    A7 Build stronger relationships, get to know them as Ts (My 1st year as Asst. Principal) Lots of observation. #LeadLAP
  • MPapaEdu Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    How about a #Pineapplechart? πŸ‘ #leadlap #hacklearning
    In reply to @johnccarver
  • karamieszanek Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    A7: Be more mindful in LISTENING. Relationships are built around #humbleinquiry! #LeadLAP
  • JayBilly2 Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    A7: We start on Tuesday but I will make it a point to drop some anchors and support the building of routines and fun in our school #LeadLAP
  • Elizabethutch Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    A7 I will try to allow others to lead when only my support is needed. I will be there to help but not take over. #leadlap
  • AdrianBaker27 Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    A7: need to make more of an effort to be a part of daily instructional conversation. #LEADlap
  • marcihouseman Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    A7: This is my goal in coaching. #leadlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • shfarnsworth Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    A7: areas for personal growth as a coach: what does fidelity look like for teacher, how can data be owned by the teachers. #LeadLAP
  • laurarfarmer Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    A7: As a T, I'm going to work on creating a more open environment by placing #ObserveMe outside the door. Focus on improvement. #LeadLAP
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    A7: Making connections between Ts. My goal will be to make two this week & help Ts visit by giving them release time #leadlap
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    Nice to see you, Kathy! @BethHouf always sends the transcript out... It will be here shortly. #LeadLAP
    In reply to @KRScienceLady, @BethHouf
  • coacheagan Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    A7: I'm constantly reflecting on talking less and listening more--we all likely need to work on this #leadlap
  • KBoyd1516 Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
    A6: When offering support, follow through! "How can I help you?" #LeadLAP
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 11:23 AM EDT
    A7: Decision making. I've been faced with a lot of them this week. Any tips for being a better decision maker? #LeadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:23 AM EDT
    You too, my friend! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @teresagross625
  • joshchoward Sep 2 @ 11:23 AM EDT
    A7 Too much time in my office this past week. Need to prioritize classroom time and being more present with Ts. Having these convos #LeadLAP
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 11:23 AM EDT
    A6: Ts have to feel like they will not be judged negatively when taking risks & can be celebrated for taking that step forward #LeadLAP
  • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 11:23 AM EDT
    A7: would like to be in classrooms more to start the conversations with teachers who may not be comfortable or welcome feedback... #leadlap
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:23 AM EDT
    https://t.co/z5v3C8mD1V There you go! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @burgess_shelley, @KRScienceLady
  • Katiemc827 Sep 2 @ 11:23 AM EDT
    A7: I'd like to improve my own questioning technique, reflection and write more. If that's what I want Ts to do I need to do it! #LeadLAP
  • ElemCoach Sep 2 @ 11:23 AM EDT
    A7 I need to listen and be quiet! I have a ton of ideas and want to share them ALL THE TIME that needs to stop πŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈ #LeadLAP
  • fourmonkeypress Sep 2 @ 11:23 AM EDT
    THIS! #leadlap
  • janercooper Sep 2 @ 11:23 AM EDT
    A7: Make sure you bring your sprinkling can as you leaned & inspire others. #LeadLAP
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 11:23 AM EDT
    Connect, appreciate and be intentional! #LeadLAP
  • SteinbrinkLaura Sep 2 @ 11:23 AM EDT
    A7: What @CoriOrlando1 said! Need to improve on the follow up. Great on the enthusiasm for the new, the initial modeling...then...#LeadLAP
  • CoriOrlando1 Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    This is πŸ”‘. Shouldn't be a novelty to be in classrooms. Become so visible that you are part of the culture. Jump into their world. #leadlap
    • MPapaEdu Sep 2 @ 11:20 AM EDT
      A6: Don't just observe. Interact & participate in the lesson to show Ts & Ss you're fully supporting their innovation #leadlap
  • BobbieFrench Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    use WAIT time, and notice the impact! This week I will 'notice' something in each Ts classroom and listen as they tell me more #LeadLAP
  • Isham_Literacy Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    Listening was what came to my mind! #LeadLAP Listen and learn!
    In reply to @karamieszanek
  • rondorland Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    A7- beg of yr it is important to get all to reflect of where they can help lead and where they want support. #leadlap
  • mjacobsenEDU Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    Thanks for a fabulous chat #LeadLAP
  • MarshaSirkin Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    A7: Work together to discover everyone's point A to help them move to their point B. #InnovatorsMindset @gcouros #LeadLAP
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    Amen #LeadLAP
    • coacheagan Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
      A7: I'm constantly reflecting on talking less and listening more--we all likely need to work on this #leadlap
  • BethHouf - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    A7: We are going to continue to build empathy by helping our friends in Texas! We would love our #leadlap crew's support!
  • Hudsonwife16 Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    Thank you so much #LeadLap for another amazing experience @burgess_shelley and @BethHouf always love learning from you
  • KRScienceLady Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    I know ,,now to figure out to put in place what I know in my head and heart #LeadLAP
    • fourmonkeypress Sep 2 @ 11:21 AM EDT
      Relationships, relationships, relationships! πŸ€—
      In reply to @KRScienceLady
  • dasheffield23 Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    A7: Guiding a T that is unware they need growth in an area. Helping guide them to see the πŸ’‘#LEADlap
  • Elizabethutch Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    I know what you mean lol #LeadLAP
    In reply to @ElemCoach
  • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    A7:Be present in conversations, find ways for staff to lead, ask for help when I need it. #leadlap
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    A6 continue to learn new staff and celebrate risk taking w notice! #leadlap
  • nfuerst2 Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
    #LeadLAP tell me more about your #pineapplechart.
    In reply to @MPapaEdu, @johnccarver
  • janercooper Sep 2 @ 11:25 AM EDT
    This is insightful and full of trust & confidence in the professionalism of others! Hurrah for you! #LeadLap
    • Elizabethutch Sep 2 @ 11:22 AM EDT
      A7 I will try to allow others to lead when only my support is needed. I will be there to help but not take over. #leadlap
  • ingrid_twyman Sep 2 @ 11:25 AM EDT
    A7: This yrs focus: bldg cap in my mentor Ts. This week..Listen to what's going on and share the IMPACt of their work thus far #LeadLAP
  • mexusmx Sep 2 @ 11:25 AM EDT
    Help welcome my colleague @DrMarianaAdame to @twitter with a follow? She has a mind and heart of gold! #leadlap #inclusiveeducators
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 11:25 AM EDT
    Great observation! If we can tap into those passions, that can make our conversations that much more powerful! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @rondorland
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:25 AM EDT
    Classrooms are where the magic happens. We need to be in them to see it. #LeadLAP
    • SueTonnesen Sep 2 @ 11:23 AM EDT
      A7: would like to be in classrooms more to start the conversations with teachers who may not be comfortable or welcome feedback... #leadlap
      In reply to @burgess_shelley, @BethHouf
  • nbartley6 Sep 2 @ 11:25 AM EDT
    A7 I'm going to visit every classroom I can, take pictures, & tweet them w/positive messages about the awesome I see! #leadlap #fromtheenest
  • SepukaMel Sep 2 @ 11:25 AM EDT
    Thanks for an awesome chat, feeling inspired! #leadlap
  • ElemCoach Sep 2 @ 11:25 AM EDT
    Hi Kathy. I'm new too! I'm learning so much by participating in these chats! #LeadLAP
    In reply to @KRScienceLady
  • rondorland Sep 2 @ 11:25 AM EDT
    A7- new in a building this year. Excited to build relationships and bring #zonesofregulation to the school. #leadlap
  • mareewhiteley Sep 2 @ 11:25 AM EDT
    TRUST more and let them fly...#LeadLAP
    In reply to @fourmonkeypress
  • GrantLichtman Sep 2 @ 11:25 AM EDT
    Amen.Find ways for staff and students to lead and own the process. That is probably biggest key #LeadLAP
    • andreakornowski Sep 2 @ 11:24 AM EDT
      A7:Be present in conversations, find ways for staff to lead, ask for help when I need it. #leadlap
  • KatieJMcNamara Sep 2 @ 11:25 AM EDT
    A7 Need to stay positive and appreciative of my Ts even when I am feeling unappreciated by admin. Will focus on the greater purpose #leadlap
  • SpanishEagles Sep 2 @ 11:25 AM EDT
    A6: offer to help, suggestions or starting point but don't do it 4 them. Then recognize even small steps in the direction of growth #LeadLAP
  • burgess_shelley - Moderator Sep 2 @ 11:26 AM EDT
    Thank you all so much for the inspired conversation in #LeadLAP today. I LOVE your insights. #SaturdayGreatness #LeadLAP
  • janercooper Sep 2 @ 11:26 AM EDT
    Yikes...Lead! Thanks, autocorrect...#leadlap
  • drjonesie17 Sep 2 @ 11:26 AM EDT
    Listening and showing respect always have to be on the top of our lists in critical conversations #LeadLAP
    In reply to @valerietilton