Legendary Leadership Badge Recipients (November 2014)

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There are those that don’t understand the power of reflective observation.  They mistakenly believe that there is nothing to learn after a few cursory visits to a classroom.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  In fact, the most important key to building insight and deeper understanding about teaching and learning is to engage in a steady volume of daily classroom observation.  What we have learned over the past ten years is that about every 300 classroom observations, the observer will notice, discern and/or learn something new… something that was previously hidden. It is the “Eureka” moment, and there is nothing else like it in instructional leadership.

In this pursuit, there is the PowerWalks Legendary Leadership Badge that is earned every 300th PowerWalks Observation. The following instructional leaders have already earned the Legendary Leadership Badge for the 2014/2015 school year (as of 11/30/14).    2 Badges Twyla Thomas: November 2014; October 2014

1 Badge Lorie Bratcher: November 2014 Sean Cain: November 2014 Michael Clifton: November 2014 Mary-Margaret Crandall: November 2014 Charlie Crisp: November 2014 Rita Faulkner: November 2014 Rankin Hitt: November 2014 Jenny Morris: November 2014 Jennifer Phillips: November 2014 Jessica Robert: November 2014 Chris Viator: November 2014 Sandra Wilson: November 2014

Think. Work. Achieve. Your turn…

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