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  Leaders collaborate and cooperate with others
Leaders communicate high expectations and provide accurate information to foster understanding and maintain trust and confidence. Leaders reach out to others for support and assistance, build partnerships, secure resources, and share credit for successes and accomplishments.

-NYS essential 4.

 

Leadership at-a-glance
Frameworks
Knowledge
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Sr. Remigia Kushner
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No longer is school a place where teachers teach and students learn - the paradigm has changed. School is a place where learning takes place -- where everyone learns, and where everyone learns from everyone else. As a result, the school leader’s role has changed, too.

The Graduate Program in School Building Leadership at Manhattan College is responding to global, social, economic, and educational trends to address that changed role. It produces school leaders who know how to be collaborative, principle-centered, life long learners.


Course work in Being a Learning Leader is infused with
  · experiential and collaborative learning
  · action research
  · technology


This means a commitment to learning that takes place in many ways: formally and informally, experientially and reflectively, through networking with colleagues, participating in workshops, conferences, and by doing formal course work.
Being a Learning Leader is a program at Manhattan College designed to enhance, enrich, and be influenced by the skills and experiences of its participants. With the contribution of your experience, being a Learning Leader will remain collegial, responsive and effective.

We welcome you to join us!

 
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