SCHOOL CULTURE

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SCHOOL CULTURE
  • Building a Culture of Success - Mark Wilson

    Teaching is both a science and an art, and many teachers around the world spend endless hours perfecting their professional practice. At TEDActive 2013, a few teachers from the United States offer some tricks of the trade they've learned (and continue to hone) along the way.

  • How To Make Your School a Place Where Students Like To Be w/Amy Thornton

    Amy Thornton, Principal at Callaway Middle, explains how she makes school a place where her student like to be.

  • How To Make Your School a Place Where Students Like To Be w/Elizabeth Raeburn

    Elizabeth Raeburn, Principal at Bryan County Middle/High School, shares her insight for making her students feel welcome.

  • TLS Presents: ONE

    Dr. Stephen Peters chats with Dr. Mark Wilson about a process for building schools of excellence for everyone and every one.

  • Setting the Vibe

    Brian Buffington, EdTech Wizard and keynote speaker, shares nuggets of goodness as he explores how you can set the vibe as a leader and intentionally crank the climate in your school.

  • How To Promote Positive Student Behavior w/Amanda Holmes

    As leaders, it's our job to create and cultivate environments that are welcoming, supportive, and safe places for our students to be. Join us to glean wisdom from Amanda Holmes, Assistant Principal of Turner Elementary School, as she addresses how to promote positive student behavior.

  • Challenges in a Post-Pandemic Era

    Dr. Mark Wilson is joined by a panel of admins as they discuss the challenges that school leaders are presented with in this post-pandemic era, covering topics like staffing, technology, motivation, student behavior, and learning targets.

  • How To Inspire and Motivate Others w/Melinda Fonteboa

    Join Melinda Fonteboa, Principal of Ellijay Elementary School, as she explores inspiring and motivating others within our roles as school leaders.

  • How To Bring People Together for Meaningful Work w/Amanda Holmes

    Join Amanda Holmes, Assistant Principal of Turner Elementary School to learn more about how you can intentionally bring people together for meaningful work.

  • Empowering Others

    Brian Buffington, EdTech Wizard and keynote speaker, shares nuggets of wisdom as we dive into the topic of empowering others.

  • TLS Presents: Leading Through Change

    Dr. Stephen Peters chats with Dr. Baron R. Davis, a true service leader and Superintendent of Richland Two School District in Colombia, SC. Stephen and Baron talk about leading through change and staying true to mission and vision, with an emphasis on the truth that we can't do this alone.

  • How To Celebrate Success w/Robert Stinson

    Robert Stinson, Assistant Principal of Ridgeland High school, shares tips on celebrating success.

  • How To Celebrate Success w/Colleen Jones

    Colleen Jones, Principal at Ithica Elemantary School inspires us with examples of how she celebrates success in her school.

  • How To Celebrate Success w/Moneak McCrary

    Moneak McCrary, Principal at Taylor County Middle School, inspires us with examples of how she celebrates success in her school.

  • TLS Presents: It's Time to Talk about Summer Learning

    Dr. Stephen Peters is joined by Nancy Gannon of FHI 360 as they discuss summer learning and reimagine what it looks like to support young people in the summer.

  • How To Have a Growth Mindset w/Amanda Holmes

    Amanda Holmes, Assistant Principal at Turner Elementary School shares the value of a growth mindset and the importance of self-reflection to determine if a growth mindset is truly part of our daily practice.

  • How To Give Great Feedback w/Elizabeth Raeburn

    Join Liz Raeburn, Principal of Bryan County Middle/High School, as she shares some insightful advice on giving great feedback.

  • How To Give Great Feedback w/Amy Thornton

    Amy Thornton, Principal of Callaway Middle School, talks about giving great feedback and asking ourselves an important question: Is this my personal preference or is the true, productive feedback?