dynamic school

dy·nam·ic school

a group of theorists founded by G.E. Stahl, who professed the belief that all vital action is the result of an internal force independent of anything external to the body.
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An example of this new dynamic school setting is evident at our Town of Billerica Memorial High School project, scheduled to open this fall and designed by Perkins and Will.
These groups offer constant training and exposure to resources that administrators can use in the day-to-day management of dynamic school financial environments, Sullivan says.
Dynamic school library programming is also an antidote to the ho-hum school librarian, and "moving our profession forward" was paramount to the exemplary librarians we interviewed.
KidsMatter is a Naperville, Illinois-based not-for-profit organization that equips youth and families with tools to manage the stress of everyday life through dynamic school and community programs, practical education, resources and youth recognition.
Fiona is committed to ensuring that NPS remains a vibrant, creative and dynamic school where children remain at the centre.
"Clergy offer a listening ear, a change of pace or an alternative perspective in an otherwise dynamic school environment," he said.
In addition to a new chapter on the dynamic school, new features of this ninth edition of a text on educational leadership include chapter-opening questions, reflection exercises, role plays, and current research on expert teachers, plus suggestions for developing curriculum units and involving collaborative groups in school improvement.
Flagler College is a growing dynamic school with 2400 students and 300 staff members in St.
The tool can be used by schools a guide since developing a school policy is a process that takes place in a dynamic school community and is linked to changing local and national contexts.
The enrollment decline has been starkest at Jefferson, which in the 1990s was widely regarded as a strong, dynamic school that embraced multiculturalism and served a diverse student body.
This was considered a critical aspect of the research since the implementation of a "change agent" like the gradebook occurs in a dynamic school environment that is characterized by political forces and shifting fiscal priorities.
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