5 Tips for Starting Your School Year Strong
The month of August feels like limbo sometimes. It's a balance of unplugging and reflecting on the prior school year while also revving up for the new school year. A new year allows for an opportunity to have new beginnings with students, with your colleagues, and in your instruction. So, how do you best start off the next academic year on the right foot? Join this session and walk away with five tips to help guide those decisions and make this next year be the BEST it can be!
Attend this webinar to explore ideas for:
• Creating the best first impressions with students and parents
• Establishing routines for building a classroom culture of learning
• Making the best use of your time
Amy MacCrindle, EdD, began her career teaching middle school language arts and social studies and serving as a literacy coach. She transitioned to administration as an assistant principal at a middle school, an elementary principal, and a director of K–12 literacy. She now serves as a Director of Curriculum working with elementary education. Amy's expertise lies in the fields of change management, curriculum and instruction, literacy, culture, coaching, personalized learning, and professional learning. She currently teaches as an adjunct professor in the fields of leadership and literacy and is a 2016 ASCD Emerging Leader.
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