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Time Management for Administrators

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Before We Get Started…

IPAD Download:

Totes m' Notes

From Shelf, add a folderCustomizeOpen folderclick on the +CustomizeType

Index Card Activity!

Pull out the two objects from your

ziploc

bag

.

On your index card write what you think these

objects have to do with time management

. Be prepared to share!

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Using time on what is important will allow you to "build rich relationships, have inner peace, balance, and confidence that you are doing what matters most and are doing it well."

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Harold Taylor- Time Management Expert

Video

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Jigsaw Article Activity!

Directions:

1. Chose an article

2. Become the expert!3. Read, then share findings with the group!

The Big Rocks

, by Kim Marshall

How Principals Manage Their Time

, by

Peggie

J. Robertson

The Effective Principal,

by Pamela Mendels

To Find Article:

MCPS website

CES page

Principal’s Message

Administrative Resources

Select Article

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Article Presentations!

Use the app, Totes m' Notes, to take notes during each presentation, one word summaries

...

Alternative, Tagxedo, to summarize the presentations

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Key Points from "The Big Rocks"

*The principals' number one priority is zeroing in on the highest priority activities for bringing all students to high levels of achievement.

"If you don't put the two or three top priorities into your calendar first, all the other stuff will clutter your days."

Covey, "The key is not to prioritize what's on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities." (p. 161)

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The challenge is figuring out which two or three are the highest priority in your school, setting measurable goals, and pursuing them with

laserlike

determination.

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WHAT ARE YOUR BIG ROCKS?

Big Rocks Handout

Take some time to reflect on your “Big Rocks” for the upcoming school year.

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Planning System Steps:

Decide on a planning system

Daily "to-do" lists are not enough, they don't address the big rocks!

Daily Planning Example... suggested from the article...

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Advice from the author-

Get into classrooms!

Teachers crave feedback.

What works best?short, unannounced observations of 5 -15 minutesface-to-face feedback with teachergoal of five classrooms per day

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Advice from the author-

Be out front when students arrive, be available during lunch duties (mix your visits up), go outside during recess/break times as well as during dismissal times.

Visibility and accessibility really matter in this job!

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Tip!

Spend little time in your office for those frequent droppers that invariably start with the words, "Got a minute?"

-

A sitting principal is a sitting duck!

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“Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things

.”

- Peter

Drucker (1909 - 2005)

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The Effective Principal Highlights:

Be concerned with instruction above all!

Today's best principals "know what good and effective instruction looks like so they can provide feedback to guide teachers."

Best Practice by Zemelman, Daniels, and Hyde can help principals recognize effective instruction.

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Best Practice

Today’s Standards for Teaching & Learning in America’s Schools

By:

Zemelman, Daniels, and Hyde

Great Book!

(see handouts)

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Time Saving Tips!

IPAD Resources for Administrators

Marshall Memo (by the author of The Big Rocks)

Common Core Checklist

Directions to Access:

MCPS website

CES Page

Principal’s Message

Timesavers

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THE SEVEN HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE

Stephen R. Covey

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Recommended Books

IF YOU DON'T FEED THE TEACHERS THEY EAT THE STUDENTS by:

Neila

A. ConnorsJesus, CEO by: Laurie Beth JonesThe One Minute Manager by: Blanchard and JohnsonGet Organized! Time Management for School Leaders by: Frank Buck

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey

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Bullying and Time Management

Kentucky's

Bullying

Statutes (handout)MCPS Bullying Resources- presented by Officer CampbellStaff Binder

Best Practices in Bullying Prevention and Intervention

3, 2, 1 Activity!

The purpose of this section of the presentation is to give some time saving tips when dealing with bullying.

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Time Saving Sites!

Safe Schools Checklist

Seven Steps to a Safer School

Safety Toolkit- Includes Surveys

To Access:

CES homepage

Principal’s Message

Bullying Resources

(or click on link)

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Bullying Resources/Teacher Training:

Staff Training

Webisodes For Kids

Teacher GuideWebisode Example!

Hyperlinks!

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Kentucky's Top 10Safety Recommendations!

School Safety: What Can Educators Do?

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Character Education

100 Ways to Promote Character Education

http://

www.coreessentials.org/

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Summary Ball

A Summary Ball is merely a

beachball

or other harmless ball that can be tossed about the classroom with relative safety. After the teacher has presented a sufficient amount of information, or after students have read a chapter in their text, this activity can be used as a review. Students stand around the classroom and the teacher tosses the ball to the first student, who must catch the ball and in 5 seconds state any idea, fact or concept from the lessons. He/she then tosses the ball to another student who has not yet spoken. The second student must add something that has not been mentioned. If a student can't add anything from the lesson, he/she still tosses the ball, but must sit down. Play continues until only one student is left standing.

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