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尊敬的学校管理员,

我开始有些犹豫,因为我知道你曾经是一位秒速快3手机版。我对您说的什么都不新鲜。那么,为什么我要请您花时间听呢?

It’s because I talk to teachers every day. They share their thoughts on social media, in the comments they leave on my blog, 和in private emails. I see how many of them are struggling. Some are engaged in a healthy struggle, the “good stress”从事具有挑战性的工作如果我们认为秒速快3手机版的压力是一个连续的过程,那么我会把这些秒速快3手机版放在健康的尽头。

另一方面,斗争具有不同的性质,一种绝望超越了“good stress.” Teachers at that end of the continuum are panicked. Many nights they go home 和cry. They don’t sleep. They can’集中精神。他们正在认真考虑完全退出该行业。

在听了成千上万的教师讲故事之后,我得出的结论是,有一个决定因素决定教师将落在连续统上的哪个位置,这一因素使任何一所学校的教师是否倾向于积极向上,富有成效或绝望而粉碎:该要素是管理员。每个秒速快3手机版故事背后都有一个管理员,他在解释政策,设定期望并建立基调来确定其教师的素质’工作,以及延伸到学生接受的教育。如果太多的秒速快3手机版淹没在连续体不健康的一端,那么我们 当前教师短缺 建议是这种情况,那么太多的管理员会容忍或创建不健康的工作条件。管理员可能忘记了它’就像当秒速快3手机版一样。

 

我们大多数人永远不会完全理解您的工作困难, 父母,社区成员,中央办公室,学生和秒速快3手机版的压力。没有您的输入如何传递任务。安全性和预算等因素如何影响您。您每小时都会做出数十个决定。您如何以他们永远不会知道的方式保护员工,如何为没人见过的孩子做事。我们忘记了如何,与您在教室里时遇到麻烦的时候不同,当您现在在教室里时,您现在大部分时间都是孤独的。您如何错过这么多好东西:因为您’不断扑灭大火并确保船舶继续航行,’体验到教育年轻人的乐趣。你不’一年四季都没有时间真正认识孩子,与他们一起留下记忆并以较小的方式影响他们。我们不’经常考虑这样一个事实,尽管您尽了全力,但您总是会让某人失望。

我们大多数人永远都不会坐在管理员后面’因此,当我们考虑您的行为如何影响我们时,我们应该记住,我们永远无法真正理解您的所有决定,因为我们不’没有责任。

话虽如此,您的秒速快3手机版想告诉您一些事情。一世’我在这里为他们发言自由,因为许多’不要为自己说话。但是,如果他们告诉您轻松的话,他们可能会要求您考虑以下五件事之一,他们希望您采取五项行动来帮助他们成为您所服务的学生中最好的秒速快3手机版。

如果你’已经在做这些事情了,那么你 ’可能不是这封信的预定读者。另外,您的秒速快3手机版可能像疯子一样爱您。

但是如果你’不做其中的一些,我希望你’当您努力使员工更接近连续发展的健康端时,会在这里找到需要反思的东西。

1.把秒速快3手机版的时间当作珍贵的商品。

很容易相信您已经尊重秒速快3手机版’尽你所能,但是我’我要求您换新的角度考虑。

如果您的学校最像’已经设置好,让秒速快3手机版很少有时间没有学生在场-一天最多一天一个小时,在某些情况下甚至更少。在那段时间里,秒速快3手机版应该计划有趣的课程,评估学生的工作,提供有意义的反馈,与父母联系,进行复印,与同事合作,设计教学材料,与学生会面以提供额外的帮助,对技术程序进行故障排除,展示学生的工作,保持相对有趣和整洁的教室,将成绩输入集中式评分系统,并完成各种文书工作。

那’基线,正常预期。而且’s clearly more than any human can handle in the time allotted, which you know, since you were a teacher 和you’ve been there. You know that they are already taking work home 和putting in evening 和weekend hours just to meet the standard expectations.

因此,当您做出的决定要花费更多的时间来弥补秒速快3手机版的不足时,’令人心碎。它迫使教师在把更多的工作带回家还是干不干之间做出选择:课程变得不那么吸引人了。反馈变得不那么有意义,更加机器人化。文书工作迟到了。合作再次被推迟。时间是一种有限的资源,可以’一旦恢复’迷路了,尽管您的秒速快3手机版可能仍然出现,但他们的教学质量是’最终将遭受苦难。

这里’我几年前从校长那里听到一个比喻:想想一位秒速快3手机版’像背包一样的工作量。他们那里已经装了很多东西,并且随着更多东西的添加,背包变得越来越重。最终,您可以’什么都不要进去那里’根本没有剩余空间了。当你’正在考虑向秒速快3手机版添加其他内容’背包,这是您采取其他措施的政策:一个古老的要求’一项真正意义上的管理任务可能已经由其他人处理或完全放弃了。当被迫在新事物和旧事物之间进行选择时,这种策略将帮助您更仔细地选择。

这里 are some more specific ways you can protect teacher time:

 

2.区分您的领导能力。

只是 like students, every teacher in your building is a unique individual with different strengths 和weaknesses. So they need different things from you as a leader. Some of the most ham-handed mistakes administrators make come from a place of treating all staff members as a single homogeneous unit. Instead, consider these ways to refine your approach:

 

3.提供具体反馈。

当我在教室里时,校长总是告诉我我是一位很棒的秒速快3手机版。很高兴听到,但是没有’没什么意义,因为他几乎从未见过我教书。我曾经问过他一次,他说那是因为他没有’不会对我有任何抱怨。他说这几乎是在开玩笑,说句公道话,我的确感到他知道我作为秒速快3手机版的内心,他在看了几年我从事的工作以及我如何谈论学生时对我产生了印象。

But still. It would have meant so much if he actually knew what I was doing in my classroom. If he stopped by for five minutes, found something specific to compliment me on, 和pointed it out to me later: The way I redirected a student respectfully, the fact that I asked good questions, the way my students really seemed to enjoy a particular part of a lesson or that he noticed what good writing they were doing.

I know coming up with specific feedback is hard. Teachers get this; when we grade a hundred papers we can easily default to rotating between Good job! Excellent!, 和Well done! We know how useless these are, 和how much more meaningful it would be, how much more ACTIONABLE it would be if we pointed out something specific our students did well. So when we’为了尽力而为,我们会提供具体的反馈。

And we need the same from you. Two or three times a year, if you watched us teach for a few minutes 和then later said something like, “我非常喜欢您让学生自己设计整个电子公告板的方式,”或发送了一封简短的电子邮件,说:“今天的等待时间真的很棒’的课。您的学生真的在考虑他们的答案。”

那’s it. Something that small would go a LONG way toward making us feel seen 和appreciated. I mean, a catered lunch every now 和then is fantastic, but a meaningful compliment lasts a lot longer than a chicken salad croissant 和some pie.

 

4.定期检查自我。

我作为课堂秒速快3手机版犯的一些最严重的错误可以追溯到我保护我的自我。有时候我以为我的学生没有反应’t respecting me. I did stupid things so my students would think I was cool. I kept my mouth shut at times when I should have spoken up because I wanted my colleagues to like me. Ego, ego, 和ego.

我可以 only assume that in your position, you also may have occasionally let your ego drive decisions. Consider these situations:

在您所有的决定中,尤其是在您做出的决定中’ll be asking more from your teachers, take a few moments 和see whether your ego is shouting in your ear. Sometimes you only have to recognize it to make it quiet down.

 

这四个肯定不’t cover everything. 我没有’t mentioned how important it is to create a family atmosphere in your school, how teachers need your support with classroom management, or how much they appreciate it when you back them up with parents, but these four are big ones, the issues that come up over 和over again when I see teachers who are truly feeling crushed by the weight of their work.

在这些对话中没有出现5号,但我认为’这是我们应该谈论的事情。

5.为我们而战。

很多影响秒速快3手机版的因素’ difficult working conditions may seem to be out of your control. The decisions come from above your head 和you just have to go along with them; after all, you want to keep your job, too.

但是请问自己:当影响教师工作量的政策或规范从天而降时,’工作,他们最终不’服务于孩子,与当权者沟通是谁的责任?您有主管的耳目,至少比普通课堂秒速快3手机版要多。您是否有可能率先扭转我们在学校遇到的一些最大问题?你能对你上方的人说,这是’工作吗?您能否与其他管理员一起,讲故事以使决策者理解,然后再告诉他们?

可能是你’已经这样做了。也许我’我只是在揭示我对这些事情如何运作的无知。一世’我只是在预感这里。

但它’s a hard hunch to shake: You stand right in the middle, wedged between those who make the policies 和the teachers 和students impacted by them.

I addressed this letter to school administrators, but an administrator just administers programs 和systems created by others. By taking this last step, going beyond administering 和working to create real change for your teachers 和students, that would make you a leader. And if you choose to be a leader instead of an administrator, your influence could be tremendous.

With respect 和optimism,

您的秒速快3手机版

 


 

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55条留言

  1. I love your blog, 和now I love it even more. YES re: needing time alone in our classrooms., without something new to tackle. We fight for students to experience the flow of unstructured time. Why do I feel it so infrequently? 我可以’t tell you how reassuring it was to read this, tonight of all nights. Thank you for being the voice I really needed now, 和for your wisdom 和humor all the time.

  2. 克里斯塔·比德尔(Christa Biddle) 说:

    I am so sharing this with my colleagues 和even my union. We battle this every day, 和your words put the challenge to our admin in such clear, precise, 和motivational words…他们应该能够听到我们的哭声。如果没有,至少我们尝试过。感谢您抽出宝贵的时间将我们的感情变成体贴而又有力的语言!

    正因为这些原因,我比计划提前了3年退休。我希望他们能听到我们的声音。

  3. 珍妮 说:

    You hit the nail on the head FIVE TIMES. So well-written. I am going through a struggle right now involving all of the above! Thank you for expressing just what I am experiencing in such a fair 和detailed way.

    • 失望的秒速快3手机版 说:

      Wow! You said my every thought 和it was so well written. I want to share on 脸书 in hopes that my administrator would see it. However, I wasn’t sure how appropriate it would be to do so. I love teaching 和the kids but this year has me considering leaving the profession. There has been an overwhelming amount of stress, favoritism by administrators 和lack of support. I have no one to trust.

      • 这真的很难听到。在整个评论中,许多人提到他们已经与团队,管理员和工会共享了这篇文章。几位管理员提到了他们对本文的赞赏程度。我的猜测是,如果你’重新感觉到这种方式,其他人也是如此。也许您可以只与1个或2个其他人分享该帖子,从而开始一些对话,他们将欢迎找到一种打开更多对话的方式。同时,如果您没有’已经看过了 不可动摇 一些有用的想法。

  4. 阿德里亚娜·莱莫斯(Adriana Lemos) 说:

    亲爱的詹恩,

    非常感谢您的采访。我感觉自己听到了。我感到自己大声说出了这些要求。

    更不用说担心,我实际上必须与我的上司分享,我相信他们必须听到我们的声音!

    再次感谢您尝试让我们的秒速快3手机版生活变得轻松一些。

  5. 朱丽叶 说:

    只是…哇。当我认为您的文章可以’t get any better, they do. Thank you for all the time 和thoughtfulness 和truth you put into this.

  6. 阿米莉亚 说:

    作为将近30年的资深秒速快3手机版,您的见解令人难以置信!每年我都在寻找有价值的MINUTES来进行质量计划,以准备上课。在过去的10年中,有太多东西被放进了我们的背包,什么也没拿走。令人沮丧的情况是,如此多的管理员很快忘记了成为一名秒速快3手机版的要求,并理解我们大多数人都喜欢教学,并希望继续成为一名更好的秒速快3手机版而不是推纸器的任务(在线) 。我希望可以将其发送给所有管理员。谢谢。

  7. 温迪 说:

    这封信的好时机!有人告诉我们,在开学的头十天,我们必须与学生一起吃午餐,这样我们才能“bond”跟他们。在开学前几周,我们还提供了一项新的阅读计划。它’如此压倒一切,我们所有人都觉得我们可以’做这个。士气已经倒了!

    • 克里斯 说:

      教育方面的问题似乎很复杂,但实际上可以归结为一些基本问题。他们是“elephants”在这个房间里,只有少数教育者(秒速快3手机版)想要讲话,而大多数掌权者(管理员)则不想参与对话。我现在仅列出问题,然后等待是否有人准备好摆脱阴影。技术太多…..过分强调测试& data…..就读大学 …。缺乏对家庭功能障碍对学生的影响的认识…..允许教师与教师,部门与部门之间存在个体差异…….”Ignoring the boring”基本基础知识,课堂上的帽子,着装要求,正确丢弃垃圾,有礼貌!等等,这些只是少数,但事情的真相在于让孩子领先于金钱相关的问题和晋升。当学校成为企业时,我们使学生和社区失败了。

      • 丹耶勒·格里苏姆(Danyele Grissum) 说:

        “没有意识到功能失调对学生的家庭影响”– this is major.

  8. 提姆 说:

    As an administrator in a small 克里斯tian school, I resonated first with your paragraph acknowledging that you understand some of the different pressures that we administrators face. But I was able to remember being a teacher in the classroom 和your advice also resonated with me. Thank you for courageously being a voice for teachers!

    • 露西 说:

      As an administrator, I relate to your comment 提姆. The 文章 is not an eyeopener as I was a teacher with similar issues but a reminder to reassess decisions taken for the benefits of the teachers 和in extention the students. Great 文章.

      • 威尔逊 说:

        As an administrator I agree with both 提姆 和Lucie. I found this blog/podcast while searching for additional ways to support my teachers 和not add to their backpacks. I recognize the struggle 和remember the challenges. Thank you for bringing perspective to both roles 和being a voice of the needs of teachers.

  9. 阿尔伯特·富兰克林 说:

    即使有秒速快3手机版’由我们支配的工会’s hard to get support for attacks from within the rank 和file. The vast number of highly qualified teachers who were forced out of the profession even though they were able to do what ever needed to be done otherwise.

  10. 蜜雪儿 说:

    作为管理员,我对此表示赞赏。就在上周,我会见了领导团队,并讨论了您提到的许多要点(特别是时间和会议)。我没有’在尊重我的秒速快3手机版方面做得太好了’时间。而且,我明白了。您触动了头脑,管理员站在决策者希望我们做的事情的中间,以及这些决定对秒速快3手机版和学生的影响。在那个会议上,我被我的团队定罪,在这里我读到这些话也被定罪。
    在门口检查你的自我– yep!
    Thanks again for being a voice for teachers, in a way that also respects the struggles of administrators. We all entered this profession to help kids grow. We are a team 和I do appreciate that you did not present this in an “us vs. them”时尚。 (尽管这并不奇怪,因为您所写的所有内容都受到尊重!)

  11. 黛布拉 说:

    我教过幼儿园,现在退休了。我们是一所高贫困学校,那里的学生常常在家中得不到任何鼓励或帮助。我们被迫迅速提高学校成绩。我们必须推,推,推那些基本技能很少的孩子。我们中有2个人教好孩子。我没有房间的帮助。另一位秒速快3手机版让她的丈夫在她的房间里帮助她。他负责出勤,任何货币交易,拉动工作簿页面并使它们井然有序。他负责中心工作,而秒速快3手机版则进行个人/小组教​​学,帮助对论文进行评分,将论文放在一起带回家。他还多次复印。我们的管理员知道他帮助了那个秒速快3手机版,但仍然想知道为什么我不能’不能像她那样快地完成所有工作。那真的给我带来了沉重的打击。

  12. 里克·马丁内斯(Rick Martinez) 说:

    您好Jenn:

    I’我本身不是秒速快3手机版,而是热爱她的职业并让我参与她的经历的秒速快3手机版的父亲。我深信您对学校管理者与秒速快3手机版之间的关系向您提出了五个建议,我相信“健康的人际关系” leads to “emotional wellness”专业和个人–and “健康的人际关系” with our students–and ultimately “peak teaching 和learning performance.” There’就像一个快乐,充实的秒速快3手机版。
    Happiness seems to be the secret motive of all we do 和of all we are willing to endure. Thank you.

  13. 塔玛拉·尼科尔(Tamara Nicoll) 说:

    I am profoundly grateful to you for your depth of insight! The entire letter is completely on point, but when I got to number five, I thought you had a magical power to read my heart 和mind. I posted comments to your request for ideas on 脸书, 和admire your ability to synthesize the myriad issues relating to the of the complexities of teaching, 和then poignantly speak for the whole of the profession. I am moved 和heartened by your voice.

  14. 匿名 说:

    Oh this rings a bell! I have only been in secondary education for Two years, after a decade in higher ed- the lack of respect from Administrators 和‘the front offices’ is beyond humiliating fo adults to have to go trough. Paper 和other supplies passed out to favorites or just hoarded in cabinets, custodians having to even buy their own supplies.

    I think my observations go beyond you very well written 和thought out essay

  15. Thank you! I have just shared your blog with my entire administrative team. Much appreciate the words of guidance 和wisdom!

  16. K太太 说:

    课程计划…。我花时间准备校长,而不是教书…those teaching plans are written in the margins, underlined 和post-ettes through out the teaching manual.

    Why anyone thinks copy 和pasting a teacher manual into an electronic lesson plan is a good idea, is beyond me?

  17. 珍妮佛 说:

    I’我坐在这里,用这些话说出真相的眼泪时,我感到很愚蠢。有时候我觉得我的期望太高或我’我想要更好的东西有点疯狂。经过20年的教学,我觉得应该’t be this hard. My students are amazing people but their needs are many, 和I have to keep reminding myself to breathe just to get through each week. It’s only September 和I AM SO TIRED!

    • 玛丽 说:

      I know exactly how you feel. After almost 25 years of teaching, it Does not get easier. . Hang in there, 和I will too.

  18. 格雷格·亚当斯(Greg Adams) 说:

    Terrific podcast! I shared it with my admin team 和will share with teachers during PLC time. Points in the podcast are well taken. An open line of communication is key though. Principals 和teachers are in the same arena, or at least I have always thought so. 如果你 are frustrated walk in the principal’s office 和say “这就是为什么我感到沮丧”.

    It seems education becomes more 和more of a political football 和we are all held to any number of mandates causing our “initiative fatigue”, both teacher 和administrator. “New 和improved” is the nature of the business that seems out of local control at this point. Some good, some not so good. Good administrators know the difference between essential information that must be shared 和nonessential information that interferes 和frustrates teachers.

    格雷格·亚当斯(Greg Adams)
    小学校长

    • 弗兰克·马克 说:

      足球确实是一个词。很多扶手椅四分卫总是大喊大叫–隐喻地,大多数时候。副业所要求的大部分工作已经完成– 和done excellently given the conditions 和challenges. I

  19. 作为一名特殊的教育者,关于区分管理员与秒速快3手机版的工作方式的部分尤其突出。这说得通。我只有上交课程计划的那一次’t have a problem because I was developing new units 和what not 和was a younger teacher, but if I was a veterano I would probably be looking for that differentiation that you discuss.

  20. 约翰 说:

    你好冈萨雷斯女士,
    在我看来,您对这个话题有很多偏见。我不认为学校总是让秒速快3手机版在如此恶劣的环境中工作,我的观点告诉我完全相反,这就是为什么,如果秒速快3手机版正在上很多课,他们应该继续努力,但是这是一个曲折。责任,父母通常会直接解决这个问题,即使这是一个错误,也可以从中学到一些东西。如果我们遇到问题,当今的师生会被社会本身所腐蚀和蒙蔽,那是因为我们处在圈子中,我们自我教育,因为我们倾向于使自己变得更好,并且由于我们[人类]没有做得到实际的教学方法很难说,这个世界的概念与以前不同,我在我这个年龄就迷失了学生,因为他们可以了解情况的严重程度,以及他们受到家庭和学校本身的待遇,以及“ONE THING”您应该牢记在心,这应该是精神疾病刚刚蔓延的事实,无论是由于父母的教育水平低下还是社交媒体造成的,我实在无法用言语来帮助这个世界,但要用我的时间和精力努力帮助那些在我这个年龄的青少年发展自己,因为我做得对。从一开始,这就是维护核心的来源和方法。我不是在这里进行判断,而是要从中提出自恋的抱怨。
    -约翰·帕乔斯

  21. 弗兰克·马克 说:

    这是一个很棒的作品,实际上对行政部门来说非常公平。在14年的课堂教学中,我经历了优秀,平庸和有毒的管理人员。您对他们的工作量表示极大的同情,也许太多了。我遇到的每个管理员都声称自己比在课堂上更加努力,而且工作时间很疯狂,但没人愿意回去!如果说老实话,我很嫉妒他们以比普通秒速快3手机版少的工作量和责任心赚到的额外钱(您能想象将您的成绩归咎于领导能力差吗?)。我发现一些管理员职位无关紧要,甚至破坏性,因为他们创建工作来证明自己的职位是合理的。这样说来,如果50%的主管部门没有上班,那么中等规模的1500-2000高中就可以很容易地保持开放和运转。我的意思是,有替代管理员吗?对于教学教师而言,情况并非如此。

    我可以 imagine this sounds bitter –但是我开始认为很多“ed leadership” is one massive boondoogle that human resources 和universities use to raise funds 和justify high salaries for unnecessary positions .

    我会与自己的学校领导分享此网站-与他们的合作不会很好–仅将其发布在Facebook上是危险的。

  22. You have some good points, but the big one for me is tell me exactly what it is you want me to do, 和then give me the time to do it.

  23. I appreciate how you said that instructional time is important 和that standardized testing can interfere with that. The nice this about assemblies is that you could potentially get something that will help you with the instruction you are working on. Getting an elementary school science assembly, for example, could be a good way to push home the ideas you have been teaching your students all year long.

  24. This is a wonderful 文章 和so well-written! I feel as though teachers can read it 和think about it in terms of leading their students, also. These five goals would apply in that relationship as well. Thank you!

  25. 卡拉 说:

    I love this 文章. I am kind of new in the online world of education. I was never connected as an educator except when looking for activities online, 和I have to say I enjoy reading 文章s from you 和Angela Watson (the only ones I had been consistently following 和reading lately). Your posts are truly helpful 和I plan to share this with our own directress in school. As someone in the middle, administrator 和teacher, 我可以 relate to all these, 和I completely agree. As an administrator, I’m still learning how to do Number 5. I hope that 我可以 be a stronger voice for them just like you are doing in your blog. 🙂

  26. 蜂蜜花边 说:

    我喜欢这篇文章!它使我想起了我出色的管理员’ve had over the years 和I how much I admire them for how instinctively they know how to earn teachers’ respect 和loyalty.

    *我唯一要补充的是,如果您使用Voxer之类的工具,则仍然需要尊重秒速快3手机版 ’ private time. 那里 is nothing worse than finally getting to sit down with your family at night or finally getting to sleep in on a Sunday morning 和getting non-stop 威克斯 alerts from your principal. And yes, that really happened.

  27. I love this 文章 it has lots of great points! I will definitely be sharing this with my grade level 和my union. Thank you for sharing such a great 文章!

  28. 我真的很喜欢你的帖子。保持良好的工作管理员。

  29. 彼得·苏奇 说:

    尊敬的冈萨雷斯女士

    自“一个处于危险中的国家”问世以来,对美国公立中等教育的批评越来越多。如果确实存在某些问题,我们的教育体系存在问题,我认为解决该问题的关键是建立论坛(例如您在此处创建的论坛),教师可以在其中公开表达自己的想法。非常感谢。

    我只会为管理员添加一个项目到列表中。秒速快3手机版是成熟的成年人,他们致力于教育学生。此外,许多人在其专业,教育理念和研究方面都受过高等教育。简而言之,他们中的许多人都有宝贵的见解,可以用来优化学校的政策,程序和策略,尤其是那些专门用于实现教育目标的策略。管理员,请利用此知识库。在您的管理计划中插入一些民主。我怀疑您会发现自己会更有效(也许会更少孤独)。

  30. 珍妮佛·伯克·汉森(Jennifer Burke-Hansen) 说:

    Extremely insightful 和a good read! The “empty”反馈特别引起我的共鸣!

  31. 黛安·斯蒂尔(Diane Steele) 说:

    I’我是一位学校校长,并感谢这篇周到且有用的博客文章!作为我个人成长计划的一部分,我’我决定专注于关系领导–这部分是因为我们的学校将成为建筑工地(抗震升级),我想支持我的员工并减少压力,因为收拾行李和上课(在自己的时间)会产生额外的影响…..和更多。您的建议非常好,每位管理员都需要阅读。我在另一所学校有个最好的朋友是秒速快3手机版–所以她帮助我提供了视角,从她那里我知道答案“秒速快3手机版需要什么?” TIME…..我真的觉得有时候我们只需要摆脱困境,让我们非常专业的教育者合作,教导和成长!再次感谢。

  32. 斯蒂芬·埃德里克·詹姆斯 说:

    我三年前读过这篇文章。再读一遍。那时我爱它,现在我爱它。我三年前与同事分享了这一点,希望’d睁开眼睛。没有这种运气。一世’m wishing more 和more administrators would read this.

  33. Thanks for this. I teach at a community college 和your advice is relevant for our administrators as well.

  34. Schools should always remain as a place for gaining education 和discipline. By going through the current situation, it seems like a hub of earning unlimited money. Still, the situation of teachers is not in healthy condition. Teaching is a profession of thankless jobs. One must respect 和give proper regard to them. Thanks, 珍妮佛 for raising the issue in your content.

  35. Teaching is a profession in which the teacher keeps learning new things 和evolve themselves as per the changes in technologies as well as ideology. We must giver proper regard to all the teachers 和respect them for the work they have chosen to do. I agree with 珍妮佛 that the salary they get never justifies their workload. This concern need to be sorted out soon. We encourage the students to walk hand in hand with their teachers at Amphitheater.

  36. Teachers 和students are the two faces of a single coin called education. One can’t deny the importance of the other. Thanks, 珍妮佛 for this valuable 文章. I hope that the administrator of every school 和college must give proper facilities to the teachers 和provide valuable training as per the requirement.

  37. 拉塔莎·托马斯 说:

    感谢秒速快3手机版的声音。将近3年后,这篇文章才是今天的重点’的教育体系。

  38. Your 文章 和podcast spoke volumes to me. Highlights many of the reasons teachers leave education.

  39. I am a newly appointed acting principal. Whilst I am at home recovering from Covid-19 I have decided to browse for ideas on effective leadership in a school. Your blog is fantastic- it spoke to me 和and made me realise that as an manager, if 我可以not focus on the teacher as the heart of our profession, things will fall apart-centres will, simply, not hold! Your thoughts are universal 和timeless- we need to trust our teachers 和invest in the belief that faith in their ability to give the children what they need will result in the ultimate attainment of the goal of education. Well done on a phenomenal 文章-I look forward to reading your 文章s in future.

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