Making leadership a community-wide effort is key to building a positive school culture that supports every student. But, in order to successfully move toward this kind of leadership and professional development style, establishing a true culture of collaboration is one of the most important prerequisites.
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Dr. McIntyre earned a Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Maryland, two Masters degrees in educational leadership and administration from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, and a Doctorate in educational leadership and management from Capella University. She has spent the last 21 years working as an elementary teacher, child counselor, middle school math teacher and now is a Technology Integration Instructional Specialist (TIIS) for Kershaw School District in South Carolina.
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Too often, we are too busy catching up on our additional paperwork and certification or documentation requirements to find time to work together. What if we had the time and opportunity to share our duties and lessen our load?