Josh Arnold
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  • Gloucester, MA
  • United States
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Tell our School Leadership 2.0 community a little bit about yourself. Feel free to post your email address and website. Also feel free to list your areas of interest. This will help other members dialogue with you.
Josh Arnold MS, C.A.G.S. Ed, I am a former School Business Administrator, Asst. Supt of Schools: currently Adjunct Professor for Graduate classes in School administration, Educational Consultant/Advocate for Children with special needs, and subject matter expert on a project to create a serious game to help teach the next generation of school leaders the many facets of educational administration, seen through the lense of differing leadership styles.
What is your present job title?
Consultant
At what school level do you work?
Elementary School, High School, K-12, College/University
Where do you work?
Other location in USA

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At 8:51pm on April 21, 2013, Byron Lane said…

Hello Josh, Was just reading about your game.  It sounds wonderful.  How is it coming along?  Anything you can share?  Thank you.

At 1:26pm on April 15, 2012, Karen LaRocca-Rodriguez said…

I am interested to know why you requested me as a friend.

Please let me know. Do I know you from somewhere? Or, is there something on my profile that interests you? I would like your feedback. (Anything that will help my professional persona would help). Thanks.

At 5:32am on April 10, 2012, Dr. Judith Kronin said…

Please leave a specific comment & I will respond. I am a consultant who is intersted in improving classroom instruction. My most recent publication is Creating Smart Schools - The Education Instructional Coaching Model. It offers a coaching model, the Education Instructional Coaching Model (EICM) as a process for creating effective schools. EICM presents an inquiry based approach to school reform. It is comprised of two components, a set of reform strategies that include: Socratic Questioning, Differentiated Instruction, Accountable Talk, Formative Assessment, Learning Stations, & Cooperative Learning Groups. Instructional Coaching is the other component. The model is also based on a set of core beliefs that include: The major goal of educators is to inspire students to become critical thinkers and independent learners. Educators must create environments of small learning communities where the major portion of instruction is devoted to problem solving. Educators must create student-directed lessons that inspire students to increase their enjoyment of good questions and help them work out their own understanding of "static" knowledge like mathematics, science, and reading. Education reform is comprehensive and involves evry member of the educational community and Instructional coaching is the cornerstone for improving classroom instructionand requires mutual respect between the coach and the collaborating teacher.

  

 
 
 

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