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November 23, 2018

Should Teachers and Administrators Be Friends?

Relationships in education are key to success for everyone involved, but is it OK for teachers and administrators to be friends?

November 21, 2018

Who Are You Grateful for in Your Professional Learning Network?

Gratitude is a feeling we should share more than we do. If we focus more on those who help to make us the best versions of ourselves, we can let down our walls and invite the vulnerability of growth and change the world.

November 19, 2018

How to Survive the First Report Card

Do you hate putting grades on report cards? Check out these tips to de-emphasize grading and focus on learning.

November 15, 2018

Reflecting on National Board Certification Through the Eyes of a Leader

Now as a leader, looking back at the work I did to achieve this certification, I'm reminded of the dedication it took and how important it is for me to provide our team with the highest quality feedback and at the same time, encourage them to take on new professional challenges that will inspire them to keep moving forward.

October 23, 2018

Mindset and Attitude Affect Our Interactions in Leadership

Leadership is hard and helping adults develop into their best selves takes time and patience. Not everyone will be ready to hear the message or take the risk, but we can't give up on. We need to meet them where they are (just like with our students) and help them grow from there. Differentiate your approach based on what you know and continue to learn about your team members and share feedback regularly.

October 19, 2018

Year Two Is More Challenging Than I Expected as a New Leader

The day to day minutia can really feel like drowning. This happened in the classroom too. Whether I questioned my practice or my assessment divergence from the system, I struggled and I think now that the challenges are becoming great as a leader, my inclination is to look back on my days in the classroom with great joy. It hasn't been until now that I could comfortably say that I was good at what I did, so maybe that is true of this too.

October 16, 2018

Data Doesn't Have to Be a Dirty Word

Every teacher wants his/her students to be successful and chances are, each teacher is doing so much already with the information he or she has to make that happen. As team leaders, we want to help our teachers leverage the information they have to create the most targeted and effective instruction possible, not just to do better on tests, but to be better learners throughout their lives.

October 09, 2018

Without Follow-Up, There Will Be No Follow-Through

A new initiative is coming. This is nothing new. As a matter of fact, starting new initiatives is completely commonplace. As soon as an area of need is identified, we find a solution and start at it. It starts with an informational email and perhaps even a professional learning session or two. When ...

October 02, 2018

Co-Planning and Co-Teaching to Focus on My One Thing

My one thing is to make sure that I get into at least one class a week, to model and participate in the learning that I hope and expect throughout our department. Students must be engaged. Teachers must be providing constant feedback and gathering data about what students are learning and adjusting along the way.

September 27, 2018

Improve Your Practice With Daily Reflection

After I do my reflection, I always make sure to make an action plan. It's not enough to think about how things went or question, I have to try to change what I am doing. This takes a deliberate effort and finding the right strategies to grow. Reflection is a huge part of my educational diet and it has made me a better person, mother and educator.

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