Instructor: Patrick Hoth

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Patrick D. Hoth has been an educator for the past two decades, both as a special education teacher and a school administrator. Throughout his career, he has been able to serve on several teams and committees that look at strategic planning, vision casting, and K-12 public education development. Much of the work he completed for his post-master's and his principal ship work have focused on vision and mission.

In 2005, he was able to attend Harvard University's Principals' Center Summer Institute. Its sessions focused on leadership - specifically, how visions evolve. One of the outgrowths of this was making connections with educators from across the globe who face very similar challenges we do in American public education.


Classes by this instructor


T&L 2900: VIR: Strategic Foundations for Reflective Schools
This course discusses the structure, creation, and maintenance of an effective Professional Learning Community, emphasizing the importance of communication and consensus in the establishment of the school-wide mission, vision, values, and curriculum.
June 1, 2021 to June 1, 2023