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It’s Not Fair, Nor Should It Be. – Culture Works – Kris Boesch

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Originally published on www.choosepeople.com/blog It’s Not Fair, Nor Should It Be. Do you have someone on your team who is prone to comparison and scorekeeping?  Have you heard this as of recent… It’s not fair: She gets paid more than I do. He got promoted and I didn’t. She has a flexible work schedule and […]

A Student Sent to My Office – Now What? Dealing with Discipline as a School Administrator

A Student Sent to My Office – Now What? Dealing with Discipline as a School Administrator

Hello again, Part of a school administrator’s duties is to deal with students when they are sent to the office for being disrespectful, disruptive, or defiant in the classroom. It’s our job to talk with the student, hand out consequences, and contact parents if necessary. I don’t think any administrator enjoys giving consequences to students, […]

Keep the Students Engaged and Lower Discipline Issues – Hypothesis Confirmed

Keep the Students Engaged and Lower Discipline Issues – Hypothesis Confirmed

As a school administrator, one of my responsibilities is to deal with discipline. I’m sure I’m not the only one. It’s not the part of the job I enjoy that much, but I try to use the time I spend with each student to turn it into a learning opportunity, so they leave my office […]

The Investment Benefits of Positive Phone Calls by School Administrators

The Investment Benefits of Positive Phone Calls by School Administrators

I came to the conclusion that the main difference between being a teacher and being an administrator is the unpredictability of the job. Sure there is no grading or lesson planning, and that is indeed a difference, but what has affected me the most this year is the lack of control that I have in […]