2-3 Page Scholarly Connection Paper

In Chapters 6, 7, and 9 in your textbook, Wong emphasizes the value and importance of the mental and physical well-being of all students and the importance of creating an environment for all students to succeed. He posits that “School is not a place; school is a concept” (Wong, p. 47). In 2-3 pages, unpack the meaning of “School is not a place; school is a concept” providing connections to the textbook as well as outside materials/experiences. Provide specific examples and strategies of how your expectations of your students will influence their achievement in your class and in their lives as well and how you will help all students grow and develop. Shift your way of thinking to best embrace the role of classroom manager vs. classroom leader (Wong, 2017). How will you be successful developing school as a concept?

I attached the assignment, rubric and pages from Chapters 6, 7, and 9.

**Needs to reflect and connect the roles of scholar, leader, and practitioner (SLP)are skillfully analyzed through multiple lenses demonstrating exceptional understanding of the SLP model. • Exemplary selection and inclusion of evidence-based findings to support reflections/connections.

**Needs to have APA citations referencedc in the paper

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