Discover how to address both instructional and non-instructional issues in a way that helps teachers take ownership and responsibility for their own improvement in this four-week on-line program.
Are you frustrated by teachers who refuse to turn in their lesson plans, shirk their responsibilities, or ignore your feedback?
Looking for a more effective option than traditional performance plans?
Worried that if you “go after” a teacher, you’ll ruin your culture?
In this course, you’ll learn a more powerful way to directly address both instructional and non-instructional issues in a way that helps teachers take ownership and responsibility for their own improvement.
You’ll learn what to do when a teacher is stuck in the “victim loop,” how to clearly communicate your expectations to teachers (including the exact conversational scripts you can use), and the specific steps you need to take to follow up with teachers to ensure that they fulfill their responsibilities both in and out of the classroom. And, you’ll get all the templates, tools, exemplars, and frameworks you need for each stage of the process.
At the end of four weeks, you’ll have a clear plan of action for holding under-performing teachers accountable in a way that enlists teachers as partners, gets them quickly on board, and protects your culture all while saving you valuable time and avoiding the frustration that typically comes with most “accountability” measures.
Here’s how it works:
You are fully protected by our 100% Satisfaction-Guarantee. If you feel that this course is not meeting your needs, just let us know with-in 24 hours after the first module and we’ll send you a prompt refund. No refunds after this time period.
Robyn R. Jackson
This is an online program that will be delivered via email weekly for the first four weeks. After which you will have lifetime access to the entire program by logging into our website. Access to the first module will be available in February 2017.
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