Why principals should become "lead learners"

07/1/2013 | Connected Principals blog

Principals should strive to be the "lead learners" of their schools by modeling professional learning and risk-taking, and being willing to respond appropriately to performance feedback, Wisconsin elementary-school principal Jessica Johnson writes in this blog post. Johnson offers tips on how to become a lead learner, such as attending conferences with teachers and exchanging ideas through faculty book clubs or blogs.

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