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August 02, 2016

Is Your Time Spent on Accountability or Capacity Building?

There is no evidence to indicate that a process intended to evaluate by placing a word or number on the actions of another is effective in developing capacity or changing practice.

July 14, 2016

4 Steps to Leading Successful Change

No successful change can take place in an organization without system-wide understanding and support. Leaders cannot do this alone.

June 21, 2016

Healthy School Culture Depends Upon Human-Resource Leadership

The urgent demands of the leader's work pull the mind to a place of reaction. Each reaction pulls attention away from a systems view and away from the complexities of the human beings who work with us.

June 19, 2016

After a Careful Hiring Process, Then What?

The same interest, focus, research, and time, devoted to the hiring process should follow as each newly hired professional joins the organization.

June 12, 2016

Engaging Professional Development: One District's Success With EdCamps

EdCamps are based upon the desire for participant-led professional development. The session topics are determined on the day of the event.

June 07, 2016

Leaders Must Be More Than Managers and Instructional Leaders

What would it be like if we had a bit of time to consider what our individual highest potential might be for next year and then to engage one another to determine what our collective highest potential might be?

May 22, 2016

The Key to Student Success: Build Educator and Collective Capacity

While it is well established that many factors can increase student performance, the most important factor is the quality of the classroom teacher.

April 21, 2016

Evolve as an Educator

The successful evolution of an educator only happens when they do what's best for kids, infuse instructionally sound methods, and commit to improving on a consistent basis.

March 29, 2016

Discover, Acknowledge, and Learn From Your Innovative Teachers

Leaders, while striving to find their own vision for possibilities, need only to look inside their schools for innovative teachers who are pushing against boundaries and inviting a more flexible interaction between student and teacher.

March 22, 2016

How Can Schools Develop Assessments That Matter?

It is in the hands of the teachers and leaders to grab hold of the assessments developed within the school and have them be more reflective of the school's values about student success, using feedback, coaching, and encouragement along the learning path.

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