Dr. Rich McGrath

Best Practice Principals Modeling for Lead Learning According to Dr Rich McGrath in Edu-Chat

School Administrators of Iowa recognized Dr. Richard McGrath as one of the leading elementary school principals in Iowa in 2011. Dr. McGrath’s passion is to ensure that all children are reading at grade level or better. McGrath has served as principal in a diverse school district in Iowa for nearly a decade.

Dr Rich McGrath Episode Two of EduChat Talks Teachers As Strategic Thinkers

School Administrators of Iowa recognized Dr. Richard McGrath as one of the leading elementary school principals in Iowa in 2011. Dr. McGrath’s passion is to ensure that all children are reading at grade level or better. McGrath has served as principal in a diverse school district in Iowa for nearly a decade.

Principals As Lead Learners Focus on Edu-Chat With Dr Rich McGrath

The third episode of Dr. McGrath’s Edu-Chat focuses on Principals as Lead Learners. In the conversation, Dr. Rich McGrath spoke with elementary school principal, Dawn Stansbury about the importance of principals to model and fully demonstrate competency and strategy understanding. Dr. McGrath explained, “We wanted to capture conversations among leading education experts on a wide variety of subjects, so these brief, three-minute chats, will allow other education thought leaders to engage in an ongoing dialog about what is new and what is news in the education environment. It is part of a passionate commitment to bringing the conversation of learning into the mainstream.”

Edu-chat Episode Two Focuses on Teachers As Strategic Thinkers and Dr Rich Mcgrath

The second episode of Dr. McGrath’s Edu-Chat focuses on Teachers as strategic thinkers. In the conversation Dr. Rich McGrath spoke with Diane Fleming, a seasoned professional TAG teacher, about getting teachers to understand that they are strategic thinkers. Dr. McGrath explained, “We wanted to capture conversations among leading education experts on a wide variety of subjects, so these brief, three-minute chats, will allow other education thought leaders to engage in an ongoing dialog about what is new and what is news in the education environment. It is part of a passionate commitment to bringing the conversation of learning into the mainstream.”

Edu-Chat With Dr. Rich McGrath Episode Two Teachers As Strategic Thinkers

The second episode of Dr. McGrath’s Edu-Chat focuses on Teaches as strategic thinkers. In the conversation Dr. Rich McGrath spoke with Diane Fleming, a seasoned professional TAG teacher, about getting teachers to understand that they are strategic thinkers.

Dr. Rich McGrath Blogs About NCLB and Children of Poverty

Dr. McGrath suggested in a recent blog that No Child Left Behind means that data integrity is urgently required because achievement gaps impact children of poverty.

Edu-Chat With Dr. Rich McGrath Episode Three Focus Principals As Lead Learners

Dr. Rich McGrath is an expert in all phases of education, particularly versed in school-wide reform of inner city schools; with experience leading a school of students with over 90% poverty and over 60% English Language Learners.

Dr. Rich McGrath Blogs About New NCLB and Data Integrity

Dr. Rich McGrath is an expert in all phases of education, particularly versed in school-wide reform of inner city schools; with experience leading a school of students with over 90% poverty and over 60% English Language Learners.

NCLB and Education Leader Dr. Rich McGrath Blog

Dr. Rich McGrath is an expert in all phases of education, particularly versed in school-wide reform of inner city schools; with experience leading a school of students with over 90% poverty and over 60% English Language Learners.

Education Leader Dr. Rich McGrath Blogs About ELLs

Anyone who has learned a second language fluently reports the biggest impact on language acquisition was being forced to speak it. Ironically, production is the one of the last aspects of language automaticity to develop, yet most critical. Dr. Rich McGrath (drrichmcgrath.com) is an expert in all phases of education, particularly versed in school-wide reform of inner city schools; with experience leading a school of students with over 90% poverty and over 60% English Language Learners.