Tom Hoerr retired after leading the New City School in St. Louis, Missouri, for 34 years and is now the emeritus head of school. He teaches at the University of Missouri St. Louis and holds a PhD from Washington University in St. Louis he has written four books more than 100 articles including the “Principal Connection” column in ASCD’s Educational Leadership.
- Multiple intelligences school
- Formative five as interpersonal and intrapersonal.
- Developing it within themselves.
- The schoolhouse at midnight
- Trophy case - Plaque, most improved attendance.
- How does what you have on your wall recognize all the students in your school?
- Jethro’s attendance improvement TED talk
- Multiple levels of recognition.
- Level 1: Talk about it. Joyful Learning.
- Level 2: Ask kids about how they used these skills over the weekend.
- Level 3: Create rubrics by which we can measure kids’ success skills.
- Teachers choose their own groups. Teachers can quickly create rubrics for measuring these success skills.
- It helps kids reflect on the varying levels of performance.
- Help kids take ownership of their learning.
- Interview with Michael Shapiro about his school where they use PSS skills
- How to be a transformative principal? We need a dialogue with our faculty. Don’t do the formative five to kids, do it with kids!
- by the time we move forward, every teacher believes as fervently as I do.
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