Lesson 4: Initiating Supportive Relationships with Administrators
Teaching at a school with supportive, progressive, and hard-working administrators can make all the difference for teachers. Unfortunately, this is not the case for every teacher; some teachers work with challenging administrators. Considering how mentally, emotionally, and intellectually challenging teaching can be, a work environment with encouraging administrators is the best possible scenario for teachers. However, whether teachers have supportive or unsupportive administrators, it is essential that teachers find ways to create a good professional relationship with their administrative staff.
Some teachers rely on the administrators to create a relationship. However, just as it is easier for teachers to remember and develop a relationship with a student who initiates a conversation, so it is with the administrative staff. They remember and appreciate teachers who take the initiative in developing relationships with their administrators.
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