ISLLC Standard 2 Case Study

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Scheduling in schools are critical for a day to run smoothly. Elementary schools should ensure students are constantly monitored throughout the day. This can cause teachers and staff to lose crucial planning time, but student safety is always top priority. Using the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) Standards building leaders will know how to handle implications and make adjustments when scheduling becomes an issue in the school building. ISLLC Standard 2.A. states principals should create a culture of collaboration and trust. If the Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) felt pressured to take on additional duties, then she is not going to develop a trusting relationship with the administration. ISLLC Standard 2.C. states principals should ensure a personalized and motivating learning environment for students. Teachers stretched too thin on duties outside the classroom will not perform classroom duties to the best of their…show more content…
The SLP’s supervisor at the company where she is employed spoke about Maggie with the highest regard. She was one of the company’s best employees. If a company’s top employee is not being allowed to perform her job for the school and company, then the school district could lose a contract with the company. Bad community relations could arise if the SLP goes into the community and talks of the pressures she felt from school administration. Disruption of students’ instructional time is an implication if the SLP takes the lunch duty. Placing Maggie on lunch duty changes not only her schedule, but also teacher and students’ schedules. Maggie created her schedule so she would not need to pull students during important instructional minutes. Maggie will need to pull students out of the classroom during important classroom instructional time. This new schedule upsets both Maggie and the
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