Successful Schools

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Supervision For Successful Schools Grand Canyon University: EDA-551 This paper will be discussing whether the school, Programs as a whole are conventional, congenial, or collegial, as well as discussing the type of supervisory climate that prevails on the school sites, and will examine the type of supervision that is modeled by the current school leader at, specifically. These are three very different types of supervision styles that have essentially two different types of out comes in regards to student success. A conventional school is described by the terms of dependency, hierarchy, and professional isolation, while a congenial school is described as having friendly interactions socially, and like a conventional school, professional…show more content…
Although the administrators are the ones holding the titles of directors, they acknowledge that they may not necessarily be the all knowledgeable ones, they are always willing and open to try and hear new ideas presented to them by the teachers, and they do not require the teachers to run new ideas past them first, they trust and value their teachers professional judgments, if anything they may ask the teacher to share their idea with the rest of the staff at the next staff meeting. The administrators also understand that the student population continues to grow, and their responsibilities are increasing, and to be successful administrators who are able to support their teachers, they need to be able to release certain leadership roles to the teachers, and that is exactly what happens on the one. School campuses. Teachers as well as administrators, and other staff on campus, and sometimes other stakeholders collaborate to fine tune what it is that is needed to continue to improve student learning, and teaching. Based on the outcomes of these meetings a curriculum team is created and curriculum is written to meet those listed needs. Those curriculum writers then present the new curriculum to the staff and model ways to present the curriculum, but it is clear that their suggestions are just that, suggestions to get one started, from there teachers are free to implement the curriculum as they…show more content…
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