Improving Your School One Week at a Time

Improving Your School One Week at a Time

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This book displays 37 a€œFriday Focusa€ memos, each of which provides insight into a specific aspect of teaching and learning for all to reflect on throughout the year. Friday Focus memos address the principal's responsibility to shape the school culture, provide intellectual stimulation, and communicate effectively. The memos are organized around the school year and provide educators with a wide variety of insights into how to improve our schools. They are typically between 500a€“1, 000 words in length and can be sent out via e-mail to each staff member a€“ not only to the teachers but also secretaries, custodians, and cafeteria workers. A vehicle for school improvement, the Friday Focus memos provide a step-by-step plan for staff members and principals to work together as change agents for school improvement.Short-Answer and Completion Items These questions can be used for a wide variety of simple learning objectives. ... question is usually better than an incomplete statement. n Do not take statements directly from textbooks as a basis for short-answer items. ... Suggestions for writing essay questions: n Restrict the use of essay questions to those learning outcomes that cannot be measured satisfactorily byanbsp;...

Title:Improving Your School One Week at a Time
Author:Jeffrey Zoul
Publisher:Eye On Education - 2006


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