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Unpacking the Ethics of School Procurement

John Musso with Kim Bauer

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Ethical procurement practices are essential to schools on many levels.  Breaches can lead to waste of limited financial resources and a loss of trust among stakeholders. Join us as we review best practices. 

 

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Michelle Gielan,

The Hidden Cost of Not Having a Succession Plan

John Musso with Marvin Dereef, Jr.

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In this segment, we look at some of the ways not having a succession plan can hurt your school or school district.

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Michelle Gielan,

New Tools for Performance Management and District Improvement

John Musso with Mary Delai 

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In this segment, our guest provides an introduction to data management tools including benchmarks and dashboards. 

 Follow: @JohnMusso @ASBOIntl @MaryCDeLai

 

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Michelle Gielan,

What Every School Leader Can Learn from My Trip to the North Pole

John Musso with Matt McFadyen  

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Our guest has thrown himself into fast changing unpredictable situations that required exceptional decision-making skills. Many of the skills are the same required to be an effective 21st century education leader. 

 Follow: @JohnMusso @ASBOIntl @mattmcfadyen

 

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Who Is the Most Positive Person in the Room? Why It Matters

John Musso with Michelle Gielan

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Our guest shares science-based keys to creating a more positive school environment. Learn why any room is controlled by the most expressive and how understanding this can help you change school culture.

 Follow: @JohnMusso @ASBOIntl @michellegielan

 

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EDWORDS: Latest Leadership Blog Posts

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    No Time For Change

      Do this. Do that. Constant Haste. No time to waste.   This is serious! No time for play. No time to fail and try again. Is ther ...

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    by Oskar Cymerman | @focus2achieve
    Friday, 20 May 2016
  • Yo! Yes? Promising Leadership Practices

      Yo! Yes? classic by Chris Raschka, tells the story of two boys who need a friend. It seems a simple story, an easy book for instructing b ...

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    by Rita Wirtz | @RitaWirtz
    Wednesday, 11 May 2016
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    Summer: Our Beautiful Do Over

    This time of year I am always reminded what a beautiful gift summer is to educators. Not just because of the beach time, time to rest and ...

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    by Allyson Apsey / @allysonapsey
    Tuesday, 10 May 2016
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    3 Simple Steps To Problem Solving

    The last parent-teacher conference of the year happened last night and while the event I am about to describe did not happen yesterday, seeing the p ...

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    by Oskar Cymerman | @focus2achieve
    Friday, 06 May 2016
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    Getting To Yes. Promising Teacher Leadership.

    Prologue. My husband was a great dancer. I had trouble following him. It took awhile. I was a leader for so long and teaching leaders, I forgot how ...

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    by Rita Wirtz | @RitaWirtz
    Wednesday, 04 May 2016
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    A Different Call To The Office

    It's May. While all eyes turn to the end of the year, I think it's time we start counting up some of the end of year conversations we need to have b ...

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    by Aaron Hogan @aaron_hogan
    Tuesday, 03 May 2016
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    Write It Down. Or Perish.

    For Remembrance’s Sake: Write It Down. Did you ever have a great idea pop in your head and it was so good that you knew you'd remember it no matter ...

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    by Oskar Cymerman | @focus2achieve
    Friday, 22 April 2016
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    Teaching Is A Work of Heart

    Haim Ginott wrote: I’ve come to the frightening conclusion that I am the decisive element in the classroom. It’s my personal approach that cr ...

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    by Karen Stone @eqforchildren.
    Tuesday, 12 April 2016
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    Garbage Trucks and Innovation

    “Interdependent people combine their own efforts with the efforts of others to achieve their greatest success.” – Stephen Covey Today when I was ...

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    by Michael Lubelfeld | @mikelubelfeld
    Tuesday, 05 April 2016
  • School Design for the Whole Child

    In a recent discussion with a edu-nerd friend, she shared with me the 6 pathways of child and adolescent development that were developed by Dr. Jame ...

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    by Mikala Streeter
    Tuesday, 05 April 2016
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    9 Nintendo Video Games That Make Me a Better Leader

    I am child of the 80’s which means two things. I am a fan of professional wrestling. I played my Nintendo every day. image credit: nesaddicts.c ...

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    by Jay Eitner @iSuperEit
    Monday, 04 April 2016
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    Finding Fulcrum Between Work and Life

    We are in the educational 4th quarter all!  I tend to forgot how crazy busy this time of year can be until I am in the middle of it shaking my ...

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    by Jessica Cabeen @JessicaCabeen
    Saturday, 02 April 2016
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    Managing Teacher Stress With Coloring

      A teacher's day is full of a lot of stress. We're responsible for the well-being of 30 or more students. We have to inspire, guide, and nouris ...

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    by Dr. Barbara Sweet @bsweet321
    Thursday, 31 March 2016
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    Innovation Has Many Forms - #Engage109

    “Humility is not thinking less of yourself. It’s thinking ofyourself less.” – C.S. Lewis  In our school district we take pride in th ...

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    by Michael Lubelfeld | @mikelubelfeld
    Thursday, 24 March 2016
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    3 Types of Change Readiness

    ‘Change’ is a frequently used term (if not coherent activity) within industries – including education.  Many have taken positions, defined and ...

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    by Leslie Wilson
    Wednesday, 09 March 2016
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    Building Parent Relationships in 174 Days or Less

    Leading a Kindergarten Center has many, many rewards and a few challenges along the way.  One of which is building relationships quick with fam ...

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    by Jessica Cabeen @JessicaCabeen
    Tuesday, 08 March 2016
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    It's Not Just A Children's Book

    Many of us in the field of education have at some time or another encountered Shel Silverstein’s hilarious poems. There is no doubt that he has brou ...

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    by Jon Harper / @Jonharper70bd
    Wednesday, 02 March 2016
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    Mobile Office: Getting Out of the Office and Into Classrooms

    To start off 2016 I had a challenge to start getting into classrooms more while still having ‘balance’ between school and home.  I love being i ...

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    by Jessica Cabeen @JessicaCabeen
    Tuesday, 01 March 2016
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