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the

one minute

meeting

Professor & Students

What would happen if you spent one minute with each student in your school to ask them about their school experience?

Children in Classroom

authentically

glean

information from students

The One-Minute Meeting: Creating Student Stakeholders in Schools 

teaches readers how to leverage a unique instructional practice to authentically glean information from students. With only 3 critical questions, school leaders & educators can engage student stakeholders in the process of school transformation! This valuable feedback can then be used to inform instructional practices, school policies, & academic pedagogy.

The text provides detailed instructions for introducing, planning, implementing, and disaggregating the One-Minute Meeting in any learning environment.

The book features in-depth explanations on the importance of each One-Minute Meeting component, from creating an informative needs assessment to maximizing transformational potential within a school to communicating with teacher leaders. Each chapter begins by explaining the origin of each One-Minute Meeting concept and then lays out the formal research that supports the concept within a school setting. Readers are provided with examples and templates throughout to support implementation at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.

Developed to inspire school and district leaders to fully engage with and empower their students, The One-Minute Meeting is an exceptional resource for courses in school leadership and administration. The text is also a valuable resource for in-service educators and administrators at K-12 institutions.

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Our students' mental health is a priority for their academic success.

2

Our students' future will not look like their family's past.

3

Our students must be formerly invited to the table vs. haphazardly included.

4

Our students' best outcomes start with teachers' best preparation.

The book features in-depth explanations on the importance of each One-Minute Meeting component, from creating an informative needs assessment to maximizing transformational potential within a school to communicating with teacher leaders.

 

Each chapter begins by explaining the origin of each One-Minute Meeting concept and then lays out the formal research that supports the concept within a school setting. Readers are provided with examples and templates throughout to support implementation at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.

Developed to inspire school and district leaders to fully engage with and empower their students, The One-Minute Meeting is an exceptional resource for courses in school leadership and administration. The text is also a valuable resource for in-service educators and administrators at K-12 institutions.

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Ready To Adopt
The One- Minute Meeting
In Your School or District?

In this important book, Dr. Hemphill provides a roadmap for all educators to build meaningful connections with their students.  The One Minute Meeting shares creative ways in which leaders can provide students with opportunities to take ownership in their educational journey.  Personally, I was able to use Dr. Hemphill’s questioning strategies to build connections with students (K-12) and to gain a greater understanding of what it means to be a student in our district. 

Paul R. | Assistant Superintendent

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