I love that your reflections are not only based on your individual responsibilities as a leader on your campus, in terms of your own behavior, but also your responsibility to work with your colleagues on their own negative behaviors that effect the overall tenor of school culture. Wonderfully specific examples, great work!
Jake! That Prezi should be an advertisement for Doug, Nancy and Dr Pumpian's book!
I want to compliment you on mentioning the way some of us raise our voices unnecessarily with students. I think it can be such an easy thing to do when we get frustrated. I know I have done it myself and wish I hadn't. Your poster shows your attention to detail. Nice work.
I like the different details that you added to your presentation. Based on the different ideas that you wrote about it seems like you are really trying to make the environment a positive one for the students. I believe that involving your colleagues is the best way to have these changes make the most impact for the students.
What an awesome Prezi, this is by far the best one I have seen. I really like your statement in your Do No Harm, “disrupting poor school habits with positive practices that teach true citizenship. Sometimes students don’t know any better when they make poor choices and all it takes to get them on course is someone to disrupt that poor habit. Great Job.
I really enjoyed your details in your presentation. Your environment seems really awesome. It seems like your really making a difference in your positive attitude on campus.
Jake, great job putting all of your efforts together in one presentation! Anyone viewing this can already see the positive effects you have had on your students and teachers. I really liked the last quote and felt it tied together everything nicely. Focus on the learning!!!! Great work!
I'm a high school math teacher, but I like to say that I teach students how to think. Math , like most subjects, can be learned; being able to critically analyze problems of all sorts is much more important.