Effective Faculty Meetings

Tulipana, Teresa
September 2007
Principal;Sep/Oct2007, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p41
This article talks about going beyond the standard rules of faculty meetings to create a best practice environment that promotes professional development through collaboration, accountability, plus goal setting and keeping. Recommendations to help meet this objective include making every minute count, planning ahead, adopting a flexible approach, and eliminating the nuts and bolts of task performance. Examples are given for each.


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