Category Archives: Leadership

Weekly Education Links (weekly)

Some really good resources here. I hope that those of you on the east coast who were hit by Jonas have stayed safe, dry and warm! Part 1: Tech Resources and Tools for Differentiated Learning … Reading | 21 st … Continue reading

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Weekly Diigo Education Links

Here are my weekly Educational Diigo posts for the week of August 10. Check out my latest blog post on using technology to create a culture of communication and transparency. Make this week ridiculously awesome. 5 Painful Leadership Blunders Successful … Continue reading

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Help in Mastering the Crap Shoot of Hiring New Teachers

I have been interviewing teacher candidates for over 15 years. I have interviewed teachers that I thought were great, hired them and found out that the interview was not a good indicator of their teaching ability. I have gone the … Continue reading

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Gathering Feedback from Staff for Personal Growth

As we approach the end of the school  year, my thoughts inevitably begin to turn towards the next school year. It is like this every year. I start to look at what went well, what didn’t go so well and … Continue reading

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Weekly Education Links (weekly)

Here are my weekly Diigo posts. Some good stuff in here as we get closer to the end of the year. Keep pushing through and finish strong! Make this week ridiculously awesome! 5 Non-Negotiables of Professional Development | Ross Cooper … Continue reading

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Weekly Diigo Education Links

We have only 24 days of school left. Start making your “Summer To Do” list now! What things are you going to do to be better in the next school year? Summer is a perfect time to accomplish these things. … Continue reading

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What I Wish I Knew as a First Year Principal

I started my administrative career in January of 2000. I spent 11 years as an Assistant Principal in 3 different middle schools. All three of them were very different schools, with very different leaders and staffs. I can tell you without hesitation … Continue reading

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