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Select the correct degree of direction (part 3 in a series)

  18th June 2021

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It is essential to determine the level of support your staff require.

In part 1 of this series, we examined how a leader or teacher might determine the degree of direction or support they might provide to a member of

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A light touch can have its drawbacks (part 2 in a series)

  14th June 2021

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A lack of formal direction is desirable in a free society, but it can become counter-productive. 

The second post in our series on direction and support focuses on an international case study. In earlier posts we have referred to the

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The importance of relationships in the flourishing of principals

  4th June 2021

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Positive relationships and their role in nurturing school improvement has been the subject of a study by Benjamin Kutsyuruba, Terry Kharyati and Nadia Arghash. Here they describe their research and what we can learn from it.

A bird’s eye view

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Roles must adapt as we emerge out of lockdown (part 1 in a series)

  27th May 2021

Leaders will find they need to make adjustments to their methods as the educational landscape changes.

As the trend of the lifting lockdown continues throughout our global collaborative learning community, the role our school leaders play will in many cases

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The key is to come back stronger

  21st May 2021

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The new normal can be an improved version of what we once knew, but opportunities must first be identified.

Slowly and we hope, surely, as restrictions introduced to control the spread of COVID-19 are being lifted, confidence is returning to

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WQSB case study pt3: Creating a framework for learning

  7th May 2021

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Sometimes extraordinary events can become a catalyst for change, a time for us to examine processes with an analytical eye and identify room for improvement.

Our third guest post from the  Western Quebec School Board,  describes the creation of  an

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