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RHS Energy Bus
Transcript of RHS Energy Bus
Take the wheel and choose the direction!
You're the driver of CLASS
Continually fill the tank with POSITIVE energy
"RHS Bus Driver"
Where we are going:
RHS Vision 2013-2014
"Average is Officially Over"
Task: Clearly define the vision for your class.
THIS VEHICLE USES
PREMIUM FUEL ONLY!
TASK: Take 10 minute "Thank You" walks and speak all the things that are great about OUR school, OUR team and OUR students.
If you allow your tank to get low,
NEGATIVITY will fill it!
Celebrate the success of the day, week, term
Now that you know where this bus is going, how many of you are willing to get on the RHS energy bus?
DON'T WASTE TIME LOOKING BACK FOR THE PEOPLE WHO DECIDED NOT TO GET ON THE RHS BUS!
TASK: FOCUS all of OUR energy on NURTURING and SUPPORTING those that decided to ride with you.
NO "ENERGY VAMPIRES" ALLOWED
TASK: KICK NEGATIVE PEOPLE
AND NAYSAYERS OFF THE BUS
OR BETTER YET -
LEAVE THEM AT THE STATION
Collective positive energy (& ATTITUDES)
shape the culture of OUR school.
Enthusiasm attracts more passengers and
energizes them during the ride!
TASK: GET TO KNOW AND
LOVE YOUR STUDENTS,
DON'T JUST TREAT THEM LIKE A NUMBER!
DRIVE YOUR BUS WITH PURPOSE!
The ENERGY BUS
by Jon Gordon
Enjoy the Ride!
EVERY RHS student meeting growth:
1 yr of instruction = 1 yr of learning
TASK: DISTRIBUTE TICKETS TO EVERY STUDENT IN YOUR CLASS AND ASK THEM TO GET ON YOUR BUS.
TASK: TELL ALL OF YOUR STUDENTS HOW TO EARN AN "A" IN YOUR CLASS. DEFINE SUCCESS (MASTERY) FOR EACH TASK.