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September 19, 2013

Want to Flip Communication? Click Here

Flipping communication isn't about replacing anything...it's about enhancing it.

September 14, 2013

Why John Hattie Is Inspiring Me to Take a Leap of Faith

After almost 19 years in public education, I am taking a leap of faith to help share the work of John Hattie.

September 12, 2013

Multiple Measures Matter More When They Include Teacher Autonomy

Multiple measures are those pieces to teacher and administrator evaluation that are most important to evaluation, because they are the pieces that can provide teachers with important feedback.

September 10, 2013

Should Children Really Be Expected to Have Grit?

Grit is being used to decsribe how students need to toughen up and face their failures, and as important as grit may be, reslience seems to be a much better trait to have in life.

September 07, 2013

What Will Be Your Faculty Focus?

For too long faculty meetings have been about lists and compliance but this year each month will bring a new faculty focus.

August 18, 2013

Is Education Filled With Self-Fulfilling Prophecies?

In public education we seem to be surrounded by self-fulfilling prophecies and we have to figure out how to not let them ruin our present system.

August 15, 2013

A Lesson In Time Management: Using an iPad for Teacher Observations

Today is Scott McLeod's 7th anniversary of Leadership Day and my contribution is how I use my iPad to complete evidence-based teacher observations.

August 11, 2013

Why Did You Become a Leader?

Being an educator means feeding that constant need to learn and connect with others.

August 05, 2013

Classroom Observations Are Not About Compliance

Evidence-based observations can stretch the thinking of teachers and principals, but as soon as point scales come to play, it cheapens the educational process.

July 30, 2013

Was Vallas a Case of 'Do As I Say...Not As I Do?'

The story of Paul Vallas in Connecticut is not only about a superintendent who lacked to meet certification requirements, it's about a reformer made to play by the same rules that so many educators have to play by.

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