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  Guided Response:  Read your classmates’ posts and respond to at least three of them. Ask questions that challenge their practices and beliefs while promoting their growth and development. Comment on how your classmates’ vision statements can help create a thoughtful, diverse community. If you came across a version of a vision statement that you think would aid your peers, share it with them. 

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Phelps Mission statement

“This school and my classroom should be a community of students and teachers who feel safe enough to make mistakes, to share insights, and to take risks. The primary goal of the learning environment should be to engage teachers and learners in the process of thinking. In creating this environment, careful planning and positive relationships are essential elements. Because modeling makes a difference in learning, I will strive to uphold high standards and expectations and to develop better problem-solving skills” (Phelps 2008).

Borman K-8 Middle School

Vision Statement

All Borman Students will become Quality Learners that Meet or Exceed State Standards

Mission Statement

Teachers and Staff at Borman K-8 Middle School strive to improve each student’s educational performance. This will be brought about through quality teaching, re-teaching and enrichment, building continuity among grade levels through properly aligned state standards, and integration of a school wide Life Skills curriculum.

My vision statement 

Is to develop as well as create well-versed, self-reliant, and conscientious human-beings who seek to maximize their talents. This will be accomplished through the establishment of producing an atmosphere that promotes safety first, while creating a friendly educational forum that lends itself to accommodating individuals where all are different but equal where all accomplishments are recognized. 

I took my vision statement and based it on my experiences as a teacher, mentor and coach at my school and based it a lot from what I have learned growing up as a kid from parents, teachers and from my time in the military. Our school mission statement made me think of the fact that it does include life-skills that is needed to be taught and developed in today’s arena for students especially with the high influences of social media and culturally diverse learners.  And I think piecing these qualities along with my life experiences helped me decide on to create a Mission statement that coincides not just on academia standards but life-skill standards and qualities that it takes to be a strong and positive citizen for building stronger communities. 

Reference:

Phelps, P. H. (2008). Helping teachers become leaders. The Clearing House, 81(3), 119-122. doi:10.3200/TCHS.81.3.119-122

 

Patricia Phelps provided the following example: 

“This school and my classroom should be a community of students and teachers who feel safe enough to make mistakes, to share insights, and to take risks. The primary goal of the learning environment should be to engage teachers and learners in the process of thinking. In creating this environment, careful planning and positive relationships are essential elements. Because modeling makes a difference in learning, I will strive to uphold high standards and expectations and to develop better problem-solving skills.”

Webster Groves School District Vision Statement

“As a learning community, the Webster Groves School District will lead purposeful innovation that challenges each of us to discover and pursue our passions and make a positive impact on the world.”

SSD Vision Statement

“We work with parents, students, partner districts and the community to benefit students. We so the right thing at all times. We protect entrusted resources to advance student success. We use a systematic approach to achieve excellence.”

My Vision Statement

“Every day we should aim at finding the spark in each child that leads to further growth and learning. I believe that despite abilities and differences, every child has something to contribute that others can learn from. Through observations and listening, children can then find their voice in this world.”

Reference:

Phelps, P. H. (2008). Helping Teaching Teachers Become Leaders. Clearing House, 81(3), 119-122. https://doi-org.proxy-library.ashford.eduLinks to an external site.

 

Phelps Mission statement

This school and my classroom should be a community of students and teachers who feel safe enough to make mistakes, to share insights, and to take risks. The primary goal of the learning environment should be to engage teachers and learners in the process of thinking. In creating this environment, careful planning and positive relationships are essential elements. Because modeling makes a difference in learning, I will strive to uphold high standards and expectations and to develop better problem-solving skills.” (Phelps, 2008)

P.S./M.S. 138 Sunrise

Our Mission: The Sunrise School P.S./M.S. 138 provides students with the opportunity to become independent thinkers in a risk-free environment. We ensure that all students have access to the latest and greatest academic opportunities while making sure they have support along the way. Additionally, we work hard to expose our students to all of the cultural specialties our city has to offer. Our Vision: Creating LEADERS….one Sunrise at a time!

Edwards Creative Learning Center

 The  mission of  Edward’s Creative Learning  Center is to provide quality early childhood care for the children of parents working and/or school. We offer both full and part-time programs. Our program is designed to meet the developmental needs of infants, toddlers,  preschool children in a safe and nurturing environment. Our goal is to strengthen the bridge between your work and family life by creating a special place that supports them both.

My Mission Statement

My goal at Prodigious Academy is to provide an immense safe environment where children get the care and attention he/she needs. We offer activities that will enhance their creative minds to grow, learn, develop and solve situations relating to the real world. Also, we will teach children to respect others and appreciate various cultures.

Reference:

Phelps, P. H. (2008). Helping teachers become leadersThe Clearing House, 81(3), 119-122. DOI:10.3200/TCHS.81.3.119-122

https://edwardsdaycare.webs.com/Links to an external site.

www.schools.nyc.gov/schools/Q138Links to an external site.

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