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April 24, 2019

Fill Your Own Bucket: How to Refill Our Teacher Leader Buckets

When our buckets are running low, we should take some time for ourselves so that we can get back to being the types of teacher leaders our schools and our professions need us to be.

April 18, 2019

Who Drives the Bus at Your School?

If a school is metaphorically a bus, who drives it? Traditionally, a principal does. He or she provides direction and motivation, presses the gas and brake when needed, and lets passengers--or teachers--on and off. But the best principals offer teachers opportunities to drive--or at least navigate--the bus without abandoning them, which is important because most teachers appreciate leaders with a shared sense of responsibility.

April 09, 2019

Why Teachers Pay Teachers, Teachers of Instagram, and Teach Your Heart Out Are Not the Signs of the Apocalypse You Think They Are

This splashy new normal in education is creating change--most of it wonderful, some of it troubling. But this wonderful and brave new world for teachers with diverse places to look for content, mentors, materials, and inspiration has made what's arguably one of the toughest jobs in America just a tiny bit easier. And that's something wonderful.

February 14, 2019

Why We Are All Up in our Feelings About Teaching

I #LoveTeaching because I love the kids: their incredible hearts, and the gift it is to be that adult who has the chance to know them.

April 02, 2018

Why One West Virginia Teacher of the Year Stood on the Picket Lines

Why teacher walkouts are about standing up for kids

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