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  • 3 Things Your Administrators Wish You Knew

    Sometimes things aren't what they seem... As a teacher I very rarely thought of things from the perspective of my administrator. I still tend to develop training, development, and the services I provide to schools and districts from a teacher-centered perspective. It has always been and always will be my belief that initiatives and instructionalmethods will work better when built this way. While I continue to primarily work with teachers, my interactions with administrators are muc ...

    by Chad Ostrowski | @chadostrowski
    Monday, 27 March 2017
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    I Didn't Take Time To Pause And Listen

    Steven Weber’s Twitter handle is @curriculumblog and I get it. He blogs well and often about various aspects of curriculum and instruction. Steven is one of those rare bloggers that includes footnotes in his pieces. In other words, he knows his stuff and he backs it up with actual research. And if you’ve ever read one of his pieces you know exactly what I mean. When see I Steven, I see a father, a husband and a devoted servant-leader who, as John Maxwell preaches, constantly adds value to oth ...

    by Jon Harper / @Jonharper70bd
    Saturday, 25 March 2017
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    Top 10 Things I Learned from Being a Principal for Seven Weeks

    For seven weeks, I was an interim, elementary principal in one of my district's elementary schools. It was an opportunity and experience that was invaluable. When I began I was nervous and full of anxiety, but when I ended, I had wonderful memories, great new relationships, and a very real and meaningful learning experience.  So as I look back on my seven weeks as an elementary principal, and try to put things into perspective, these are my top ten things I have learned.   Be Visib ...

    by William Madden | @WPMadden
    Wednesday, 22 March 2017
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    The Orlando-Vincente fight during lunch recess began with loud name-calling and pushing and shoving. It quickly escalated to shouting profanities and throwing fists. The whole thing lasted only a few minutes but left both boys sniffling and bleeding. Then both second-graders were brought to my office for their trial and sentencing. “Thank you, Ana,” I said in greeting the playground aide. “Another fun day, huh?” “Nothing I can’t handle,” she replied with a grin. “But they’re all yours now. ...

    by Tim Ramsey | @PlutoTim
    Tuesday, 21 March 2017
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    What Do You See?

    What do you see when you look at the photo above? I think after reading this piece I will know your answer. At least that is my hope. In the past week both my daughter and my son have gotten very angry with me. My son is five and my daughter is eleven and so their anger take different forms. Sometimes my son will whine and cry if he doesn’t get what he wants. We usually ignore him so that he realizes that that is not how life works. Oftentimes this makes it worse and the result can often be ...

    by Jon Harper / @Jonharper70bd
    Tuesday, 21 March 2017
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