It is important when we are doing this that we don't unintentionally assume the worst about our learners, adult or student, and give them every opportunity to share what they know and can do.
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February 07, 2019
January 28, 2019
Leaders need vision, but they also need a plan to keep everything manageable. We need to know who our "why" people are and who our "how" people are so we can better utilize everyone's skill sets for the benefit of the team.
January 11, 2019
Since adult learning is a little more challenging than student learning, we have to let our learners process what they hear in a way that is dignified and works for them.
December 27, 2018
Check out this year's highlights reel by reading and/or reconnecting with posts that were most widely read in 2018.
November 23, 2018
Relationships in education are key to success for everyone involved, but is it OK for teachers and administrators to be friends?
November 21, 2018
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
Do you hate putting grades on report cards? Check out these tips to de-emphasize grading and focus on learning.
November 15, 2018
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
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
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.