This is the third in a series of three posts. Check out Teams—Don’t Go It Alone and Teams—Build a Team to see the latest in the series!
Teams, in many ways, are like performance automobiles. It takes time to build one. There is great care and
Why have teams? Teams share the load. Many hands make for lighter work. But beyond that, there is a psychological power to teams. Teams allow individuals to find an identity in teams that is greater than himself or herself as an individual. Teams become an
This is the third of a three-part blog series contains excerpts from the book Guiding Teams to Excellence With Equity. In this post, author John Krownapple describes standards for culturally proficient facilitators of professional learning and organizational development. Read Part 1: The Need for Excellence
This is the second installment of a three-part blog series containing excerpts from the book Guiding Teams to Excellence With Equity. In the first blog post, author John Krownapple argued that we need more than equity mandates and compliance-based behaviors in order to reach excellence
This three-part blog series contains excerpts from the book Guiding Teams to Excellence With Equity. In chapter 1, author John Krownapple explores “the why” behind our need for excellence with equity, Cultural Proficiency, and culturally proficient facilitators of professional learning and organizational change.
Cultural Proficiency can
Creating Teams from Work Groups: The Ultimate Staff Cohesion Strategies for School Success (Part II)
In order for schools to be successful, the need to be strong from an organizational perspective, as well as from a staff perspective.
Previously, we’ve discussed the 7 C’s of Organizational Success:
Question 1: How many hours have you spent in “team meetings”?
Seriously, take a minute and estimate the amount of time you’ve spent with your ‘team’:
planning your next unit
talking about strategies
listening to a colleague go on (and on?)