How can administrators become 21st century leaders that ensure their schools and students thrive?
In this dynamic DVD, School Leadership for Today and Tomorrow, Dr. Steven Edwards outlines practical strategies to help administrative teams create schools that are tailored to today’s students.
iLead 21 is a three year, progressive leadership development program for middle and high school students. The 5 iLead leadership principles teach students how to apply their strengths and skills as employees of an iLead team. Based on a business model and utilizing project-based learning, iLead 21 provides students the opportunity to apply for and secure a team job that capitalizes on their strengths and interests. Through a series of tasks, student leaders learn to recognize and practice leadership skills for life.
Our team of educational experts have developed a strategic model that is customized to individual school and district needs. This K-12 model, Framing Your Success, has significantly contributed to measurable gains in student achievement.
Contact us to learn how your school or district can access our Framing Your Success improvement model today.
You don’t need more resources, you need results. Edwards Educational Services, Inc. brings out the best in schools and students with practical, data-driven strategies that deliver measurable change. We do more than just raise test scores. We create engaged student achievers and leaders for years to come. After a thorough assessment of your school or school district, our team of experts will design a program tailored to your students’ unique needs and challenges. We work together with teachers and administrators to improve student achievement — developing educator leadership the entire way. You have what it takes to succeed. We’ll show you how.
Digital natives and digital immigrants make up most of the world’s population. The natives speak and live technology; whereas the immigrants adopt and continue to learn as much as they can about technology but may not use it to its full potential, because they retain their accent from the past. Teachers today are beginning to [...]