Strong leaders are the best lever to make the greatest impact on the most students.
GLISI helped our district to define competencies for principals and assistant principals. They helped us critique our own practice, improving the quality of feedback to teachers. It’s making a difference in the classroom.- Dr. April Howard, Superintendent , Jackson County School System
GLISI conducted an audit of our principal hiring and placement then delivered an insightful report including recommendations for how we could improve.- Dr. Glenn Pethel, Assistant Superintendent, Leadership Development , Gwinnett County Public Schools
I knew I was a good teacher, but attending Base Camp and Leadership Summit and having the opportunity to work side-by-side with key leaders (in breakout sessions) was critical in transforming my perspective on the change process and its possibilities. I understand now that the process is bigger than me and my classroom and that being a part of it is key to ensuring that my school and my community are places of excellence.- Carrie Staines, Teacher, Druid Hills High School , DeKalb County School District
Congratulations to our Director of Strategic Consulting and most newly minted Ph.D., Dr. Letishia Seabrook Jones, who earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Education from Capella University School of Education, with a specialization in Professional Development in Education.
Performance Based Modules (PBMs) are leadership curriculum designed with pre and post performance assessments which provide the learner real-time leadership instruction. GLISI’s PBMs specifically divide large performance tasks into segmented training sessions. They include excellent tools that are available as e-forms, which may be used to complete the module or independently as separate leadership templates.
Conducting Effective Meetings is a Performance-based Module containing specific strategies and tools for improving...
To find the right solutions for deficiencies in students’ achievement, those who are working...
This resource examines the role superintendents as principal supervisors and their importance in building principals’ instructional leadership capacity and helping them advance student achievement, looking particularly at 3 high-leverage arenas in which superintendents can have the greatest impact on principals.
Registration for the 2015-2016 Base Camp and Leadership Summit season opens.Stone Mountain, GA