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You Can Make a Difference! Dan Schroer Superintendent Springboro Schools You Can Make a Difference! Dan Schroer Superintendent Springboro Schools

“This is no longer a vacation…this is a quest. ” Clark Griswold “This is no longer a vacation…this is a quest. ” Clark Griswold

The Championship Program Plan Your Students Deserve your Best Effort! Your Students will be The Championship Program Plan Your Students Deserve your Best Effort! Your Students will be Successful!

Program Expectations Student Performance Classroom SAE Laboratory FFA Program Expectations Student Performance Classroom SAE Laboratory FFA

Classroom Authentic Learning Classroom Management Data Driven Lessons Energy Color and Creativity in the Classroom Authentic Learning Classroom Management Data Driven Lessons Energy Color and Creativity in the room!

Supervised Agriculture Experience “Real Life” Programs Documentation for all students Active Teacher Participation No Supervised Agriculture Experience “Real Life” Programs Documentation for all students Active Teacher Participation No surprises. Keep administration informed!

Laboratory Safe Environment (equipment, supervision, structure) Authentic and Meaningful Projects Show the “New Face” Laboratory Safe Environment (equipment, supervision, structure) Authentic and Meaningful Projects Show the “New Face” of Agriculture

The National FFA Organization Outstanding Officer/Committee Leadership Career Development Event Participation Community Service National The National FFA Organization Outstanding Officer/Committee Leadership Career Development Event Participation Community Service National Chapter Award Involve the Community Communication (social media and print)

Ticket of Success T - Teaming I - Integrity C - Communications K - Ticket of Success T - Teaming I - Integrity C - Communications K - Knowledge E - Enjoy the Game T - Tomorrow

Teaming Develop team concept. Students needs to feel a part of the team. Involve Teaming Develop team concept. Students needs to feel a part of the team. Involve all students. Listen! “We work together” attitude. Be Involved/Visible in Your Community – Join a Club!

Integrity School teachers must practice what they preach! Lead by Example. Accept and admit Integrity School teachers must practice what they preach! Lead by Example. Accept and admit mistakes. Social Media is the Devil…Be Careful

Communications Positive and timely! Don’t get caught in gossip! Communicate with partners. Advisory Committee Communications Positive and timely! Don’t get caught in gossip! Communicate with partners. Advisory Committee are critical (Ag. Business, Production Ag. , Post Secondary, Parents, Former Students, Community Leaders, and Teachers) You should know, by name, the Newspaper Editor/Contact and the School Website Manager!

How to Build a Positive Classroom Culture Servant Leadership Involve Students in Major Program How to Build a Positive Classroom Culture Servant Leadership Involve Students in Major Program Decisions (i. e. educational delivery, community service, FFA Awards ) Involve Parents and Community Communicate Regularly

Knowledge Use data and research to make decisions. Need mentors. Shadowing is important. Visit Knowledge Use data and research to make decisions. Need mentors. Shadowing is important. Visit the Best!

Future Education Finish Degree Choose Post Secondary Classes for your current or future position Future Education Finish Degree Choose Post Secondary Classes for your current or future position Attend best conferences (OSBA, HSTW, ICLE) Websites Books

Websites OSBA: http: //www. ohioschoolboards. org/ International Center for Leadership in Education: http: //www. Websites OSBA: http: //www. ohioschoolboards. org/ International Center for Leadership in Education: http: //www. leadered. com/ ODE: http: //education. ohio. gov/ HSTW: http: //www. sreb. org/page/1078/high_schools_that_w ork. html Edutopia: http: //www. edutopia. org/

Books: Lead for God’s Sake, Todd Gongwer Love Works, Joel Manby Five Dysfunctions of Books: Lead for God’s Sake, Todd Gongwer Love Works, Joel Manby Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni The Traveler’s Gift, Andy Andrews The Fred Factor, Mark Sanborn Inside Out Coaching, Joe Ehrmann Juggling Elephants, Jones Loflin

Books (continued) Smartest Kids in the World, Amanda Ripley Leading Change, John Kotter See Books (continued) Smartest Kids in the World, Amanda Ripley Leading Change, John Kotter See you at the Top, Ziglar Called to Lead, John Mac. Arthur

Enjoy the Game Everyone needs congratulated and encouraged. Provide encouragement on a regular basis. Enjoy the Game Everyone needs congratulated and encouraged. Provide encouragement on a regular basis. Forgive others and yourself! Reward those who help you (FFA Banquet)! Community Service for all Students! Have fun!

Tomorrow! Let your light shine! Be Humble! Challenge…find 1 -3 students per year! Thank Tomorrow! Let your light shine! Be Humble! Challenge…find 1 -3 students per year! Thank a Teacher!

Thought to Ponder The research shows that the quality of the teaching matters more Thought to Ponder The research shows that the quality of the teaching matters more than the size of the class. When you walk into a classroom, ask the students, “What are you doing right now? Why? Most students can answer the first question, but not the second. However, the second question is the most important.

Another thought… What the teacher says in the classroom/lab should be so exciting and Another thought… What the teacher says in the classroom/lab should be so exciting and so interesting that the students are sitting on the edge of their seat, hanging on every word. This intellectual “spark” is what holds and keeps their attention.

“While it is true that most people never see or understand the difference they “While it is true that most people never see or understand the difference they make, or sometimes only imagine their actions having a tiny effect, every single action a person takes has far-reaching consequences. ” Andy Andrews

Dan Schroer dschroer@Springboro. org schroerd@live. com Twitter: @danschroer 513 -806 -7587 (cell) Dan Schroer [email protected] org [email protected] com Twitter: @danschroer 513 -806 -7587 (cell)