Mark Hamilton Administrative Philosophy

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1. VI. Technology

1.1. a. Implementation

1.1.1. i. Can supplement instruction / increase student creativity

1.1.2. ii. Will be most effective only when end users are properly trained

1.1.3. iii. Promotes academic / behavioral excellence

1.2. b. Solutions/ Resources

1.2.1. i.

1.2.2. ii. "the buffet" - John Kuglin

2. VII. Professionalism

2.1. a. Attitude

2.1.1. Am I not destroying my enemies when I make friends of them? -Abraham Lincoln

2.2. b. Communication / technology based

2.2.1. Return all messages in a timely fashion

2.3. c. Appearance

2.4. d. Continual / relevant training

2.4.1. i. Should be available for all staff members

2.4.2. ii. Constant reflection / self-evaluation

3. VIII. Community Relations

3.1. a. Communication / technology based

3.1.1. Proactive and continual / promote solutions

3.2. b. Visible

3.2.1. Athletic and extracurricular activities

3.3. c. Interactions

3.3.1. Be friendly

3.4. d. Proactive

3.4.1. i. Meet, engage and understand stakeholders

3.4.2. ii. Provide solutions

4. IV. Student Centered

4.1. a. Keys to Academic Behavioral Excellence

4.1.1. i. Advocate for the student

4.1.2. ii. Model positive attitudes in the classroom

4.1.3. iii. Organization and regular routines

4.1.4. iv. Differentiated instructional strategies

4.1.5. v. Focus on student creativity / include technology

4.1.6. vi. Provide regular feedback

4.2. b. Life Long Learners

4.2.1. Foster relationships that will promote inquiry

4.2.2. Ownership and creativity produce passion for subject matter

4.3. c. Productive Citizens

4.3.1. People who find value in learning and help others do the same

5. III. Curriculum

5.1. a. Apply common core standards to align instruction

5.2. b. Local curriculum generated by local experts has value

5.2.1. important not to lose focus on community values and local culture

6. II. Followership

6.1. a. People follow ideas, not objectives

6.1.1. They don’t buy what you do -they buy why you do it -Simon Sinek

6.2. b. Inspirational vision

6.2.1. Teach leaders how to build platforms that will inspire others - Simon Sinek

7. I. Leadership

7.1. a. Service

7.1.1. Address the concerns of the individuals / never compromise the mission

7.2. b. Sensitivity

7.2.1. There are many diverse personality types and learning styles / Acknowledge them

7.3. c. Collaboration

7.3.1. i. Gain perspective inclusionary tactics generate successful outcomes

7.3.2. ii. Coaching work together to navigate current changes

7.3.3. iii. Delegation develop a team of staff members to become local experts and train others

7.4. d. Example

7.4.1. i. Be the expert research, study and comply with state and the local entities

7.4.2. ii. Model best practices constant regiment of self-assessment / maximize performance

8. V. Discipline

8.1. a. Promote self-discipline

8.1.1. Counsel individuals to apply self-discipline strategies

8.2. b. Choices- restitution for behavior

8.2.1. assumes ownership of actions / changes behavior

8.3. c. Treat all people with dignity, courtesy and respect

8.4. d. School policies and procedures

8.4.1. Review and revise as necessary

9. IX. Philosophical Examples

9.1. a. Dr. Todd Whittaker- PRINCIPAL EFFECTIVENESS

9.1.1. Professor of educational leadership at Indiana State University in Terre Haute

9.1.2. “Those who can, teach; those who can't, go into some much less significant line of work”

9.2. b. John Wooden- COACH

9.2.1. “A coach is someone who can give correction without causing resentment”

9.3. c. Simon Sinek- LEADERSHIP

9.3.1. Author, Motivational speaker, Ethnographer

9.3.2. “Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action”

9.4. d. Dr. James Dobson- FAMILY VALUES

9.4.1. “Our children have been loaned to us temporarily for the purpose of loving them and instilling a foundation of values on which their future lives will be built”

9.5. e. Abraham Lincoln- HONESTY

9.5.1. “No man has a good enough memory to make a successful liar”

9.6. g. John Kuglin- TECHNOLOGY

9.6.1. Senior Technology Consultant and Retired Associate Dean Former NASA Grant Administrator University of Montana

9.6.2. “Becoming a 21ST Century Educator is not just in word alone... But in establishing a new vision, creating new environments, and retooling yourself with a new set of skills to reach today's children” i.