via Catherine Barrett (@ReadersLeadPD)
“When a principal sneezes, the whole school catches a cold.” –Todd Whitaker
Teachers have a high-temperature fever this summer, 2017. Nothing is deceiving about the fever. The condition of high-temperature fever: #FlipGridFever, possibly leading toward a sneeze, developing into a cold.
Summertime: the calendar time teachers earn re-certification credentials and fine tune professional development needs. Teachers maintain the goal of honing best practices to be more successful with all students and parents, and to prepare for evaluations/observations. Administrators have the same goal: to be more successful with students, teachers, and parents. For the two teams to meet goals effectively, teachers are proactively sharing symptoms.
Diagnose your high temperature by locating a Flip Grid ambassador. Your concierge physician, aka Flip Grid Ambassador, will share techniques 24/7. The urgent care professional development tools include a promo code unlocking free resources for your use. I am proud to share Flip Grid Ambassador, @RLMann4.
Your principal will be sneezing; you’ll catch a fever and…
“Changing a culture starts with climate” – Todd Whitaker