What's the Matter with Craig?
Date: Apr 19th, 2006 5:09:01 pm - Subscribe
I would try to attend a planning meeting that week. Hopefully they have set days to have meetings. Oftentimes, the principal asks the team to fill out a team planning sheet. I would see how often Craig attended these meetings. Also, I would try to talk to each of the teachers separately to ensure that this is not just a personality clash. After I checked the validity of these claims and if in fact Craig had exhibited this behavior, I would talk to Craig to see what explanation he might provide and also discuss the importance of the school vision of teamwork. If Craig hasn’t ever had problems before and I felt confident that this behavior would change, I would visit with the entire team about working together and how valuable they all are and needed as team members. If this is an ongoing, yearlong problem that had just come to a head at the end of the year, I would try to find another placement for Craig that might help him feel more comfortable if possible. I’ve had one case where changing was not doable and it helped to meet with the team and get it all out in the open.
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