What you will learn in this video:

  • Why you should be a reader
  • Why longform reading still matters.
  • How to summarize books onto a notecard
  • Colors of highlights in the book.
  • How to go slow to go fast.
  • How to improve what you are doing by listening

Kimberly Miles is an elementary principal facilitating a Turnaround School Improvement Grant for East Gresham Elementary. She has been a classroom teacher, instructional coach, and principal. She is passionate about students becoming life-long readers and providing equitable student growth and achievement for each of her students.
East Gresham Elementary is located 20 miles east of Portland, Oregon. There are 420 kindergarten through fifth grade students who are learning the power of grit and a growth mindset on their road to “yet”. Students attending East Gresham bring with them diverse cultural backgrounds and life experiences. Their love of learning continues to inspire all of the 60 staff members.
To facilitate the change needed at East Gresham Elementary she has created a shared leadership framework for staff to be active participants in the school improvement process. Together they are creating a collaborative culture and monitoring their impact on student learning. Building capacity for teacher leaders and achievement sustainability continues to be her focus on their school improvement journey.

What you’ll get with the All Access pass:

  • Speaker Bonuses
  • Mp3 of all the interviews
  • Lifetime access to the videos
  • Private Facebook group
  • Private Voxer Group

Dr. Jeffrey Zoul is a lifelong teacher, learner, and leader, currently serving as Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning with Deerfield Public Schools District 109 in Deerfield, Illinois. Jeff served as a teacher and coach in the State of Georgia for many years before moving into school administration. Zoul has also taught graduate courses at the university level in the areas of assessment, research, and program evaluation. He is the author/co-author of many books, including What Connected Educators Do Differently, Improving Your School One Week at a Time, and Leading Professional Learning: Tools to Connect and Empower Teachers. Jeff has earned several degrees, including his undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts and his doctoral degree from the University of Alabama. He is also been recognized for his work as an educational leader on numerous occasions, including the 2014 Bammy Educators’ Voice Award. In his spare time, Jeff enjoys running and has completed over a dozen marathons. Zoul resides in Evanston, Illinois. Jeff blogs at jeffzoul@blogspot.com Please connect with Jeff via Twitter at: @jeff_zoul

What you’ll get with the All Access pass:

  • Speaker Bonuses
  • Mp3 of all the interviews
  • Lifetime access to the videos
  • Private Facebook group
  • Private Voxer Group

Daniel Bauer has been serving communities in education since 2001 in a variety of roles. He has worked in middle school, high school, central office, and at the university level. Â Daniel has served as a teacher, instructional coach, mentor teacher, and assistant principal. He founded Better Leaders Better Schools in 2015 in an effort to help school leaders create winning cultures, focus on the essential, and lead with courage and integrity.

What you will learn in this video:

  • Great opportunity for others
  • How to be rigorously honest with yourself about whether you are ready for the people below to lead your school in your stead.
  • Brene Brown – Rising Strong book
  • How we view people
  • Do you believe this person is trying their best?
  • Get curious about situations that make us upset
  • Trust your community with what you’re working on.

What you’ll get with the All Access pass:

  • Speaker Bonuses
  • Mp3 of all the interviews
  • Lifetime access to the videos
  • Private Facebook group
  • Private Voxer Group
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