Leading Education With Jeff Rose
Summary: Dr. Jeff Rose discusses school and district culture through the eyes of an educational leader
For our 2nd Q&A episode, our audience asked some challenging and important questions.
Taking about life, leadership, and learning with my Pop
Allison Townsend and I discuss considerations to honor and support our teachers
Allison and I discuss the importance of teachers and leaders working in a united fashion.
This episode is actually one of my favorites- for the true school and district leadership nerds.
I make an important announcement about what is possible when leaders are supported in a collaborative model.
Jason and I discuss the fact that leadership is sometimes lonely. While this is and will always be the case, there are things to consider to navigate the isolation.
In this podcast I answer questions that have been submitted by listeners. I will address more questions on the next episode as well.
In this episode I describe the importance of teachers and leaders working in collaborative teams.
With the help of special guest, Wesley McCall, we talk about safety in our schools, a great start to a comprehensive and critical priority.
Based upon self-reflection and a few stories, I describe the importance of what we say, or even don't say, and the need for our words to align to our beliefs.
Student safety should be the priority, which includes the social and emotional health of our students.
Decisions in education are vital, because they impact what we love most . . . our kids. Therefore, establishing and communicating the process that leads to decisions can build trust and culture if done well.
Jeff Rose discusses the importance of embracing your "Why" as a source of personal motivation
Jeff Rose and Jason Pace introduce you, the listener, to the concepts and topics that you will be hearing about in future episodes.