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Chapter 11: The Instructional Leader Team's Cycle of Inquiry
Chapter 11: The Instructional Leader Team's Cycle of Inquiry

How do your teachers, instructional coaches, assistant principals, and school building leaders within your organization best learn? This cycle of inquiry will help you best meet the needs of your school community.

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Owning the Stories We Tell
Owning the Stories We Tell

Many of the stories in this journal, shared with us by our female sisters in leadership, illustrate the power of myths, biases, imposter syndrome, stereotypes, and gender inequities. As we read the stories of others and contemplate our own, this journal provides the counternarrative, a different story for emerging female leaders. Download this free sample to reflect on your own leadership story.

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Webinar: Putting FACES on the Data
Webinar: Putting FACES on the Data

Celebrating the newly published 10th Anniversary Edition of Putting FACES on the Data, Lyn Sharratt and Michael Fullan bring together their exciting work over the last ten years and will cover fresh case studies and research that will help you think about data and competencies and how they come together to improve system, school, and student performance.

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Webinar: 7 Mindshifts for School Leaders
Webinar: 7 Mindshifts for School Leaders

How do we think about the most vexing problems in education? In this webinar, you will hear how applying new mindshifts can re-energize your belief that you can solve long-standing problems in education. New ways of thinking about old problems like equity, teacher retention, grading, and reading ability will unlock the solutions you’ve been looking for.

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Webinar: De-Implementation
Webinar: De-Implementation

In this presentation, Peter DeWitt focuses on de-implementation, which is the abandoning of low value practices (van Bodegom-Vos L.). Tackling the challenge of overwork, he shares the different forms de-implementation can take and when it makes sense to use a formalized process to lessen waste, increase results, and support major school improvement efforts.

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Preface: From Flawed Thinking to New Mindshifts
Preface: From Flawed Thinking to New Mindshifts

"The way we see the problem is the problem. —Stephen Covey (1989)"

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Figure 3.1 Leaders’ Inquiry About the Quality of Teaching
Figure 3.1 Leaders’ Inquiry About the Quality of Teaching

"Leaders can evaluate the quality of teaching by asking the four sets of questions implied by this definition. The questions focus on (1) intended learning outcomes, (2) alignment, (3) student engagement, and (4) student success."

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Chapter 1: Three Proper Purposes of Education
Chapter 1: Three Proper Purposes of Education

"In a world where the responsibilities of educational leaders are constantly expanding, where today’s to-do list is displaced by unanticipated crises, interruptions, and new external demands, it is easy for educational leaders to lose sight of what, among all the important things they could be doing, is more important than the rest."

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Preface: Education Leadership Matters
Preface: Education Leadership Matters

"Until we solve the problem of developing and retaining more excellent educational leaders, we will struggle to reduce the long-standing disparities in student outcomes that plague many Western education systems."

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Leading With a Crisis Mindset
Leading With a Crisis Mindset

"There are two prevailing issues with how we work to solve problems in education..."

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The Cultural Proficiency Leadership Rubric
The Cultural Proficiency Leadership Rubric

Use this rubric from Now What? to assess where you are and where you want to go on your Cultural Proficiency journey.

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Podcast: How De-Implementation Can Ease Overwork
Podcast: How De-Implementation Can Ease Overwork

Peter Dewitt discusses the concept of de-implementation and why it’s a term that should be on every leader’s mind.

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