Essay on The Intervention Program : Leveled Literacy Intervention
Led PD for four teacher in the intervention program, Leveled Literacy Intervention
As someone who could take on the role of instructional leader, I learned to be aware that everyone has different strengths and weakness. Training needs to be developed to meet the needs of all learners just like we do for the students.
Helped develop a support plan for a students with special needs who is from another elementary school but transfers buses at our school.
To ensure safety, it is important to have systems in place during bus supervision For this students, it was determined that a teacher will get him off the bus and walk him to the next bus line. The teacher who supervises that line will help him on the bus. I will have to organize daily supervision routines as an administrator.
Reached out via email to all Rotary volunteers asking for feedback on how the Reading Pals program is going.
I learned that seeking feedback is one way to help me improve professionally. It also helps maintain a positive culture. As an administrator, I will value feedback and reflect on my practices.
Individually contacted each Rotary volunteer to confirm schedule for after winter break and then develop a master calendar to share with classroom teachers, volunteers, and office staff.
By developing this master calendar, I was able to make the organization of the Reading Pals program more simple. As an administrator, I…