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Visioning Retreats as a Strategy for Leadership Development and Site Development

By Pat Fox
Planning a visioning retreat can be an effective strategy for bringing together directors and teacher-leaders to take stock of where the site has been and to develop a strategic plan for future programs. Visioning retreats can help newer sites in their early years to develop an array of…
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Reflection and Practice on Leadership and Facilitation

This series of scenarios for planning professional development programs can serve as thinking and discussion guides for site leaders working with teacher leaders who are developing and delivering professional development. The scenarios guide leaders through a process of considering multiple…
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Tapping the Potential: Building Teacher Leadership While Rethinking Your Site

By Ellen Brinkley and Anne-Marie Hall
Considering a leadership retreat? This article frames the experience of two site directors who used an NWP directors' retreat as an opportunity to explore ways to invite new teacher leadership for the site. As they addressed site leader strengths, roles, and burnout, they used several…
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