We must be vigilant in removing bigotry from our schools.
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June 23, 2013
June 20, 2013
Leaders have refined their questions in the feedback conversations associated with new evaluation processes. These questions belong, not only the classroom, but in our work with faculty, parents, students, the public at large.
June 18, 2013
Before offering any digital learning opportunities for our students, we must become informed ourselves.
June 16, 2013
Deserving educators may not be recognized for their hard work because in these early years of new evaluation methods, meaningful implementation is rare. Too many are rushing to "get it done" and value is lost.
June 13, 2013
No matter the potential within the reform initiatives, they will fail to improve student achievement and teacher and leader performance unless we own them.
June 11, 2013
As we listen to our inner teacher and use stories to teach, our schools will become stronger organizations.
June 09, 2013
The more we care about our students and what happens to them, the more well respected we will be and the more well fixed we will be. It is that simple.
June 06, 2013
Failure is an embarrassment for the student; it should be the same for us. Seeking causes for failures reveals patterns of failure for the school.
June 04, 2013
We must begin to implement learning for boldness, courage, being one's best and listening - as if this were a new math curriculum, systematically, vertically, and purposefully.
June 02, 2013
The women in my studies highlighted teachers as critical forces in helping them see their strengths and then encouraging them to consider leadership roles for a variety of potential opportunities, including sports and debate teams, academic and service clubs, community groups like 4H and Girl Scouts, student government, and church youth groups.