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This blog is written by members of the Ohio Leadership Advisory Council (OLAC), a partnership between the Buckeye Association of School Administrators (BASA) and the Ohio Department of Education (ODE). Please note that the information provided in each blog post represents the individual author's point of view and does not necessarily reflect the position of the OLAC, BASA or ODE.
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June 26, 2017 - OLAC Admin
Summer is the perfect time to invest in professional learning. And there's no better way to grow your leadership capacity than with free resources created by national experts and practitioners!
At the Ohio Leadership Advisory Council (OLAC), we're proud to offer more than 20 online learning modules on a variety of topics, allowing educators at all levels to experience anytime, anywhere professional learning. Every year, approximately one-third of these learning modules are updated. This process ensures that the research is current and the information and tools within the modules better meet the needs of those doing the work.
May 16, 2017 - OLAC Admin
Summer is the perfect time to invest in professional learning. And there's no better way to grow your leadership capacity than with free training events delivered by national experts and practitioners!
March 29, 2017 - OLAC Admin
"Example isn't another way to teach, it is the only way to teach." – Albert Einstein
Building off of Einstein's philosophy of learning by example, the Ohio Leadership Advisory Council launched its Real Leaders, Real Results Campaign earlier this year to showcase how Ohio educators are using OLAC tools to impact teaching and learning.
February 28, 2017
Teacher-based teams are an integral part of an aligned leadership structure in schools. And research tells us that effective TBTs are leading to improved outcomes.
TBTs: What Districts Need to Know, our newly updated learning module provides support for the development of teacher-based teams (TBTs) as part of an aligned leadership team structure used by districts and their schools to continually improve instructional practice and student learning.