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January 13, 2018
The school year is now well underway. School leaders are now into the routines of both leading and managing their schools. If you are serving in one of these roles, now is opportunity to more fully embrace the principal leadership trinity -- getting to know your people, talking about performance, and leading for results. The focus for this PEP article is on the first part of the trinity—getting to know your people—students and staff (both certified and non-certified). Use the following tips to forge more solid relationships that can contribute to better results—improved teaching and support for learning for all children. Read more... ~Dr. Mike Dietz, Director of Innovation and Global Outreach, Concordia University, WI
November 20, 2017
We, as the Collegiate Wisconsin Association of Middle Level Education at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, are a small group of individuals passionate about providing a quality education for the middle level student. Read more... ~Deb Pattee, Assistant Professor, Education Studies, UW-Eau Claire
October 16, 2017
WAMLE Co-President, Shelley Joan Weiss, serves on the AMLE Affiliate Advisory Committee. She will be involved in the Affiliate Strand presentations and meetings at the upcoming annual AMLE conference in PA. If you are at the conference, please connect with Shelley. Stop into the Affiliate Strand on Sunday.
September 18, 2017
WAMLE Co-President, Shelley Joan Weiss, is a liaison to the WI PTA. We appreciate the great work that the PTA does to support parent engagement at all levels, but particularly at the middle level.
August 18, 2017
"I'm excited that based on the commitment of WAMLE, the WI DPI, and several future oriented middle-level leaders, WI is now an official affiliate of the national Schools to Watch program. We are eager to involve more schools in this important activity." ~ Shelley Joan Weiss, WAMLE Co-President