Last week the administrative team at ECA participated in an exciting learning opportunity. Each member of our team spent an entire day shadowing a different student. Our administrative team consists of me, our three principals, an assistant principal, the Director of Curriculum and Learning, Director of Technology, Director of Libraries, Athletics Director, and our Director … More Living In The Shadows
Authors: Gregory A. Hedger and Michael Simpson Ensuring high quality instruction is a challenge in any school. In international schools, the challenge is even greater. This is the result of the transient nature of faculty working in overseas schools. In a recent study of headship transitions in international schools and U.S. independent schools, it was … More Collaboration for High Quality Instruction
I began my career teaching sixth grade in a suburban US public school. As part of a team of three, I was the only male and the newest teacher to enter the team in at least a decade. This lack of seniority, plus my previous work in a residential facility for children with emotional difficulties, … More Meeting in the best interest of students
As educators, we have an awesome responsibility. We are charged with preparing our students for the future. No matter what they may end up doing in the future – whether they are business people, authors, political leaders, or engaged in a trade, we have the responsibility to make sure they have the skills they need … More Learning for the Future
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