A Place Where They Want To Be

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Aired on: June 4th, 2014

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Mark Wilson

This Week's Topic

Students do better in school, are more likely to stay in school, and graduate from school when they find school to be a place they want to be. Simple enough, but how is it achieved? In this edition of NDPC Solutions, we explore “How To” build a culture of success and engagement at school. Dr. Mark Wilson, the 2009 National Principal of the Year shares methods and experience in building a school where teachers want to teach, students want to learn, and people are successful.

Resources:

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Build a School in the Cloud. (2013).

Wilson, M. (2013). Building a Culture of Success.

Building an Inclusive School Culture. http://leadingsuccess.org/learning-modules/building-inclusive-school-culture. (2014).

Beckham, L. (2009). Personalizing a Large School.

Doll, B. (2010, 12/2010). School Climate Practices for Implementation and Sustainability pdf. New York.

Riddle, M., & Singer, S. (2014). Principle Difference (blog).

Duckenfeld, M., & Reynolds, B. (2013). School Climate Practices for Implementation and Sustainability pdf. New York.

Picucci, A. C., Brownson, A., Kahlert, R., & Sobel, A. (2002, 12/2002).  Shaping School CulturePrincipal Leadership. 

Deal, T. E., & Peterson, K. D. (2003). Shaping School Culture: The Heart of Leadership pdf. Wiley.

The National School Climate Center. (2014).