Leadership is a process whereby a person influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal. A principal is a vital position because it ultimately leads to student achievement. As a principal I must be a culture manager, change agent, community builder, and ethical leader in my school. Being an effective principal requires setting a clear vision and mission statement, providing shared leadership in the school so that collaboration and mutual decisions are happening daily, producing an environment that all students feel safe and secure in while learning, and many more other important duties that are student focused.
Respect of and understanding that other people have differing opinions, views and religious/cultural beliefs, and how these beliefs may impact on building an effective,
The National Honor Society is based in positive core values and beliefs. I possess these beneficial qualities and characteristics that help me to be academically successful and helpful to others. Respect is reflected in my academic success. I respect my teachers and peers by valuing my time with them and the support they provide. A shared honesty amongst us help me develope into a better person. My dedication to my school work, involvement in diversity club, and volunteer work reflects the cornerstones of my core values and beliefs. In conjunction, the kindness and empathy I demonstrate towards others allows me to serve the surrounding community. My volunteer work with Angels of mercy and my church has shown me first hand the effects
Drugs, promiscuous sex, birth control, and total happiness are the core values of the World State in the novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. In today’s society things like drug use and reckless sex are often seen as taboo, but in World State, these activities are glorified and even considered normal. Aldous Huxley attempts to address to readers the harsh realities and cruel ways of our society in an exaggerated form. His purpose in doing so is to open the eyes of society to what the world might come to if things like technology and humanity get out of hand. In the World State, the motto that people are conditioned to live by is “Community, Identity, and Stability”, all three of which are ironically twisted to encourage members of the society
Auburndale High School is creating an extraordinary environment that inspires greatness in our student athletes through the leadership and support of the coaching staff, training facilities, and proper equipment within our interscholastic programs. We strive to empower our students with the values of respect and accountability through the participation in State Championship level athletic programs while experiencing the value of ethical teamwork and sportsmanship.
Do you wish to spend more time with your children and educate them the way you want? Are you dissatisfied with your public or private school? Do you disagree with Common Core? Is your child being labeled and told they are not keeping up with the rest of the class? Does your child complain of headaches, an upset stomach or anxiety? Is it a daily struggle every morning with your child to get them up and ready for school?
Robertsdale High School is a public school in Robertsdale, Alabama. RHS was built in 1992 in its current location because the previous school buildings were not equipped to grow with the increasing population. The school is one of seven in its district. The mission of Robertsdale High School is to work with the community to provide a high-quality education that promotes learning. RHS strives to keep up with current technology and embrace new learning techniques. RHS is particularly proud of the fact that they maintain 91 percent in Math proficiency and 87 percent in English proficiency. The student-teacher ratio is 18:1, with an enrollment of around 1300 students. The school serves grades 8-12. RHS is proud to say that Tim Cook, Apple’s newest
Although it is seen that everyone has similar opinions from time to time, not everyone’s opinions correlate. I was able to see this during the discussion of the Weekly News Analysis’. Different students in my class were able to dissect the same article but in different ways. I realized that everyone has lived through different life experiences and have diverse opinions and points of views on various topics. It was amazing for me to realize that if everyone helped one another, we could learn a lot due to the different perspectives and mindsets.
I am interested in working as a second grade teacher at South Row Elementary School for many reasons. After reading the mission statement I strongly believe that my educational philosophy matches the districts vision for their students. The small student population, as well as, the different sections of faculty allows for strong teacher to student relationships and opportunities for collaboration amongst faculty members.
The Vision/Mission statement of Myers Middle School is directly in line with the vision and mission statements of the Savannah-Chatham County school district. It’s mission: To ignite a passion for learning at prominent level. This mission statement was constructed with all learners in mind and challenges each student through rigorous and thought-provoking instruction developed to inspire students to become lifelong learners. It’s vision: From school to the world: All students prepared for productive futures. The vision statement is a direct pledge to teachers and students. It is a mandate crafted to place our students on pace with the rest of the world as they, too, become players on a global
When I was a kid, I was surprised to find out that I could have conflicting viewpoints with other people. I knew that I might not have the same favorite food as someone else, but I thought that everyone shared the same core values. As I’ve grown older, I’ve realized that my childish thinking was very wrong. I live in a world in which all opinions, beliefs, and ideas exist, even ones that are plain wrong.
As an instructor myself, I learned that I must allow them to feel like they are being heard. Whether it be through proper assessment or verbal discussion, foster a feeling of inclusiveness through communication is key to helping everyone become engaged in the material that they are
When coming across people who have total different opinions from mine, I always act respectfully. For example, at school, we have to do many team projects; most often, team members may come from total different cultural background, and thus always have different opinions about the same thing. Being respectful to other students, I am well-mannered, using appropriate language, opening to criticisms, and conducting myself professionally. If everyone knows how to respect to others and act respectfully to each other, we will easily to get along with each other and thus there be more happiness and less conflict in our society, so we will make the world a better place.
For this assignment, I chose to watch a Ted Talk that focused on the importance of understanding differences. It is entitled Love No Matter What and is the culmination of years of research done by Andrew Solomon. I chose this Ted Talk because I thought it would be interesting to hear about different lived experiences that people have endured. One of the huge ideas I have learned throughout this leadership course and all our topics and conversation is that we all have different lived experiences. It is our lived experiences that make us special and individual. Love No Matter What focused on this essential idea and how important differences are.