March 2008 Blog Posts (6)

Vision Statement

Henry Ford said, "Whether you think you can or think you can't, either way you are right." As educators we must believe we can, as we instill the belief, you can, in the lives we touch. Creating independent, fearless, and courageous learners requires interdependency between administrators, teachers, students, and parents. We must be willing to explore, establish and implement collaborative strategies that effectively provide an inclusive educational environment.



Educators must… Continue

Added by Ralph Ratto on March 30, 2008 at 9:12pm — No Comments

Introduction

Hello, my name is Rhonda Young I am a special Education Teacher at Brentwood High School. I recently received my SDA. As such, I am very excited about starting a career in school administration. I welcome the opportunity to network, share ideas and learn from professionals like you. As an educational leader I am deeply motivated toward making a difference especially for those student's most at risk for academic failure. It is my hope that this site will inform me of new techniques and best… Continue

Added by Rhonda Young on March 26, 2008 at 11:52pm — 3 Comments

Creating Responsive Schools Through Invitational Education

In many respects, the success of AIS and RtI strategies are dependent upon how inviting the teacher is when delivering the instruction. If the teacher does not see the student as able, valued and responsible, the chances of the student accepting the invitation to learn are slim.



I'm interested in sharing information with my colleagues about Invitational Education. This practice provides simple and powerful strategies for school adults to maintain an intentional stance of respect,… Continue

Added by Joan Fretz on March 22, 2008 at 9:30pm — No Comments

It's envelope time for seniors

The Oscars of college applications are about to begin. The envelope please - is a phrase both for parents and seniors beginning around April 1st. All those months of waiting come to an end, and a new challenge begins. What school do I choose? Is it an ivy league, honors program, private school, public state university or community college? Regardless of the weight of the envelope, and the level of the school, decisions are about to made on more than the prestige of a name, and the offer of… Continue

Added by Barbara Restivo on March 22, 2008 at 5:54pm — 7 Comments

First Entry

March 13, 2008, Thursday



First, I want to thank William Brennan for this site and opportunity for discussion of important educational issues.



Second, I am open to any suggestions and/or comments on my background and experience in education as I am looking for opportunities to utilize my experience and expertise here on Long Island. I have the unique experience to have been in the private sector for 30 years working for large financial institutions; but have always taught… Continue

Added by Michael C. Maneri on March 13, 2008 at 11:30am — No Comments

Leadership Networking Activities

I am interested in learning about opportunities to network with others in leadership. If you know of any activities I would appreciate it if you could list them on this site.

Added by Robin Donovan on March 1, 2008 at 7:54am — 1 Comment

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