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Reba Schumacher, M.Ed., PCC

Educational Consultant and Leadership Coach

Reba Schumacher and Associates Consulting rsca@suddenlink.net

S-Status is about relative importance to others.

C-Certainty allows the brain to anticipate the future.

A-Autonomy provides a sense of control over events.

F-Fairness is a perception of fair exchanges between people.

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Reba Schumacher,M.Ed., PCC

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OPTIONS FOR REFLECTIVE FEEDBACK

CLARIFY ?

(USUALLY FIRST)

VALUE &/or VALUE

POTENTIAL

REFLECTIVE QUESTIONS for

Possibilities

Holding up….and articulating the

Standards & Expectations

Systems for Continuous District and

School Improvement

Critical Success Factors of:

Academic Performance

Family/Community Engagement

Teacher Quality

Use of Quality Data to Drive Instruction

School Climate

Leadership Effectiveness

Increased Learning Time

Expected Knowledge and Needed

Skills

Holding up….and articulating the

Standards & Expectations

Systems for Continuous District and

School Improvement

Critical Success Factors of:

Academic Performance

Family/Community Engagement

Teacher Quality

Use of Quality Data to Drive Instruction

School Climate

Leadership Effectiveness

Increased Learning Time

Expected Knowledge and Needed

Skills

What are some things that you can do in your conversations with Sandra to increase her rewards and decrease her threats?

How will you start?

What SCARF elements will you address in isolation?; In combination?

What else?

Independence Interdependence

What will you do when what you are doing may potentially create disharmony on your staff?

How will you respond when the initiatives you are using are not in alignment with the standards ad expectations?

How can I best support you to document the schools actions toward school improvement?

How would you like for me to document the fact that you’ve not completed your required actions?

“Most principals were prepared for and appointed to jobs that no longer exist.”

Art Levine, Educating School Leaders

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