The Labyrinth of Leadership

What is the purpose of the Labyrinth of Leadership?

Leadership is a winding path with many intricate aspects which one must continuously study and reflect. I created the Labyrinth of Leadership to encourage educational leaders or those interested in developing their leadership skills. My purpose is to help remind each of you of the importance of developing a self-reflection routine.

When you begin to truly examine you current practices with the intention of strengthening critical areas and transforming the way you lead teachers and students, the results are increased academic achievement and instructional practice.

How to Use the Labyrinths of Leadership Tips

  1. Go ahead select a couple of the past Labyrinths of Leadership below.

2. Read the guiding question.

3. Study the accompanying bite-size piece of Professional Development

4. Commit to returning her to widen your view of leadership and adding us to you self-reflection regimine.

Check out the Co-Founders of Digital PD 4 You, Unlock the Middle Co-host Dean and Chris, along with other school leaders from around the world as they discuss #NavigatingLeadership

Educator Reflection Tips (Snapshot #83): How often do you reflect on your ultimate purpose…educating students?

As educators we must maintain an empathetic mindset towards both our students and parents. This will require us to self-reflect on our purpose often.

Educator Reflection Tips (Snapshot #82): Are you promoting self-regulation in the classroom?

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Reimagining Learning Environments

Educator Reflection Tips (Snapshot #81): How are you reimaging learning spaces both inside and outside of the classroom?

Reimagining Learning Environments As we welcome students back into the learning environment after almost two years, we must be intentional about the way we craft the space for students. Configuration of desks: Will you pair students off, keep desks in rows, or teach students how to move into groups? Collaboration is essential for students feeling […]

Educator Reflection Tips (Snapshot #80): What method do you use to ensure all students are engaged in the virtual environment?

Breakout Rooms are not a thing of the Past Now I know what you are thinking. Most schools have begun offering only in-person learning, so there is no need to continue thinking about using breakout rooms or any other virtual protocols. Well, as the Pandemic continues to rage on, I am here to tell you […]


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