Creating a Vibrant Faculty Culture


by
John Heaton May 28, 2011


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2011

ABSTRACT:

Creating and maintaining a healthy faculty culture is key to sustaining student performance over the long term. It is the single, strongest, difference-making factor over which you have direct control. This seminar will examine what faculty members, department heads, principals, and headmasters can do to improve the teaching cultures of their schools. It will examine the importance of two key stability indicators: predictability and support, and those hard-to-get at questions of continuing faculty development and evaluation. This seminar will approach the topics in a way that is productive for teachers and administrators.


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John Heaton
John Heaton is a native of Orlando, Florida. He has concluded his 20th year as the second Headmaster of New Covenant Schools in Lynchburg, Virginia. New Covenant is a Classical Christian School serving around 450 students in Pre-K through 12th Grade.

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