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November 23, 2017

Be Thankful for the Opportunities Provided

Every day I learn something new and am so grateful for that experience. Although it is not always pleasant at the time, the opportunity to grow feels limitless.

November 20, 2017

Leaders, Get Into Classrooms

This is the work we need to be doing to affect positive change in the classroom. This is how we build a team.

November 16, 2017

Your Middle Career Years Don't Have to Slump

Taking risks has become a hallmark of my career and they aren't all winners. Sometimes they flop and I have to be comfortable with that. I must share those failures as well as the successes or else the context is lost. In education, each up hinges on the down that came before it and the more transparent we are about that with our colleagues and students, the richer the learning environments are.

November 09, 2017

It's Not About a Pen, It's About the Bigger Issue

The more transparently we examine our practices and make essential changes that support student growth, the better off our future change agents will be.

November 07, 2017

Virtual Enterprise Makes Business Learning Real

Virtual Enterprise is evidence that real-world, project-based learning promotes student engagement and quality learning experiences. These practices can be implemented in every classroom, at every level and every content area where appropriate, so long as there is support in place to ensure the successful launch of that implementation.

November 05, 2017

5 Points Off for Using Pen?

School must be a place where students feel stimulated and excited about learning new things, experimenting and taking risks that stretch their thinking, not shut down by folks who feel the need to control them and how they think.

November 02, 2017

Measuring Successes as a New School Leader, One Experience at a Time

These events this week have been the moments that helped me see that change is happening. The relationships are being built and folks are seeing the possibilities. I'm still working to stop saying things like, "when I was in the classroom..." and just listen to teachers and help them find what works for when they are in the classroom with our kids.

October 31, 2017

Station Learning Engages High School English Students

The more we offer students learning experiences that ask them to collaborate, consider multiple texts and genres of text and then provide them opportunity to think deeply about the learning, the more connected and meaningful their learning will be.

October 29, 2017

How Can Students Focus on Learning When Educators Only Care About Grades?

As education continues to shift, we need to evaluate the long held systems in place. Grading teachers doesn't make them more effective, constant conversations and snapshot observations will. We can only help improve educators if we take the time to get to know them. Admin, know your teachers. What are you waiting for?

October 26, 2017

When Confrontation Leads to Deeper Reflection

Changes in leadership can create discomfort with staff, especially if the prior administrator handled things very differently. Your team needs time to get used to new leadership and expectations. As relationships are being developed, everything is being watched. Every exchange is an opportunity for reflection and growth to become a better leader and develop more connected relationships.

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