Level of implementation matters.
Unfortunately, simply participating in training and having the right resources available does not mean that students will do better or that your initiative will have it’s desired impact. The degree to which teachers implement your initiative and related strategies matters.
So, how do you drive your initiative to a high level of implemention?
Providing Positive Pressure and Support is how school leaders affect the level of implementation. Positive Pressure and Support is made up of three easy pieces: Expect, Supervise, & Support
The series of posts linked below explore each these pieces.
- Positive Pressure & Support Part 1: Expectations
- Positive Pressure & Support Part 2: Supervision
- Positive Pressure & Support Part 3: Support