There’s no denying we are in uncertain times, and that change is now a feature of our lives. Amidst all the disruption, the Change Model offers a larger perspective and context for administrators working to support educators, students, families, and the community that supports them all.
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Superintendent, Oregon CSD
Tom lives by the mission of his district and makes it personal. The district aims to educate students to be lifelong learners who are productive, responsible citizens and Tom delivers on this through his personal mission statement: Lead, Grow, Serve. It’s always about growth and taking personal responsibility for that growth: “I take me with me wherever I go,” he says. “So if I’m not making me better, things aren’t going to get better.” This also leads into Tom’s investment in empowering students to own their learning. “Self-efficacy has enormous effect size on students,” he explains. The industrial model makes this challenging, but when teachers understand the concept, learning takes off.