Episode 4 Show Notes
Episode #4: How Vision and Culture Impact Learning and Leadership
In this episode, we discuss how school leaders can use vision and culture together to impact learning and leadership in classrooms. We talk with a colleague about how she and others initiated two professional learning groups, one for reading and the other for making, where teachers and TOSAs explored, learned, and implemented instructional practices with students at the elementary level.
Shout Outs are our acknowledgment and thanks to folks who have helped us with this episode or who influence our thinking and inspire us to grow.
- To Miriam Kim and Karyn Formano for taking a risk to create a vision for innovative instructional practices and building a culture that cultivates leadership and learning.
- To all our Rowland USD Educators who helped with planning for Rowland Makers as well as all the teachers who participated in the #RowlandReads and #RowlandMakers Communities of Practice.
- To the hosts of the Shukes and Gif podcast, Kim Pollishuke and Jen Giffen, we appreciate all the tech treasures you share out.
- To the TOSAs Talking Tech podcast, Tom Covington and Mike Jephcott, thanks for for helping us rethink how we do our podcasts.
Music by Bensound.com
We are elementary school principals in Rowland Unified School District in Southern California. We have launched this podcast as part of our inquiry to learn, share and apply effective leadership practice.
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