From low-effort ideas—like thank you notes and team lunches—to more high-effort but worth it ideas like award ceremonies, the book describes inexpensive—even free—activities that fit the routine, budget, and culture of K—12 schools.
If you're a principal, district administrator, department head, manager, or someone heading up a school-based workgroup, don't settle for generic advice when you can get this education-specific book. Emily E. She has worked as a principal and as an assistant principal.
She also has 10 years of experience as a teacher, working with special education students, regular education students, and students at risk. Houck has received several awards from the Association of California School Administrators, including Superintendent of the Year Region 1.
She has published several articles about integrating technology into the classroom. She lives and works in northern California and is an advocate for small school districts.
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From low-effort ideas - like thank you notes and team lunches - to more high-effort but worth it ideas like award ceremonies, the book describes inexpensive - even free - activities that fit the routine, budget and culture of P schools. If you're a principal, administrator, department head, manager or someone heading up a school-based workgroup, don't settle for generic advice when you can get this education-specific book.
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