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September 05, 2017

Hopes for a New School Year

As my nerves bubble up and ready myself for bed, I request that each of you willingly share what you learn along the way and ready yourself to share your awesome wisdom as we continue to travel on this journey together.

September 03, 2017

Changing the Way We Think About Assessment

Assessment needs to be about students goals, student performance, student reflection and student self assessment with the teacher as an essential coach or facilitator in the process.

July 25, 2017

Teachers Shouldn't Work in Isolation. Kids Need a Team.

We must share our challenges and our successes and always strive to be a community of collegial learners who create the most welcoming environment for our kids.

July 20, 2017

Have Confidence, You've Got This

Learning is exciting and nerve-wracking, but mostly exciting. I will take this most recent experience with me into my new job as I get to know my colleagues and start to develop relationships with them that is going to require a fair deal of trust. Change always requires trust. What do you need to feel confident when trying new things or old things that you haven't done in a long time?

July 18, 2017

The Anxiety of Doing Something New

Doing new things can be scary, maybe even paralyzing but that doesn't we shouldn't do new things. We must build up our courage and do what we ask our students and colleagues to do every day.

July 16, 2017

Be a Vulnerable Learner to Be a Better Leader

If we want to be leaders, we must model the behaviors we expect our students and colleagues to exemplify—which means connecting with the vulnerability in a meaningful way.

July 09, 2017

Education Leaders Write Collaboratively

Education is all about collaboration and relationships, and this writing experience is one worth sharing. Read about how 10 authors and editor got together to write a special book for a great organization.

June 29, 2017

An Ode to Empty Spaces

As another school year officially comes to a close, I soak in the stillness of the empty space and all of the learning it holds within its once text-rich walls. Saying goodbye is always bittersweet, but when you know you aren't returning, there is a finality to it that lingers closer to sad.

June 18, 2017

Minding the Middle Years of My Education Career

If you would have asked me at the beginning of my career where I saw myself in the future, I'm not sure I could have imagined being where I am now.

May 25, 2017

Teachers, Forgive Thyself or Burn Out Quickly

As this year winds down, if you have a bad day or you find your patience growing short, give yourself permission to take a time out and if you don't make it there, don't beat yourself up about. Tomorrow is a new day and it's amazing what a little distance can and perspective can heal.

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