Tag Archives: Learning

Where do We Draw the Line?

This year we have implemented a 1:1 computer initiative. Every one of my 1363 Timberwolves got a nice new shiny Chromebook in September. There was a lot of trepidation amongst staff members, some bumps in the road and more than … Continue reading

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My Leadership Rules

I am in the process of completing my 30th year in public education. I can remember my first day like it was yesterday. I was young, mostly naïve and ready to get to work. I placed more emphasis on my coaching … Continue reading

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How Far Do We Go?

This year, we rolled out a 1:1 initiative at all of our middle schools. We distributed 14,000 Chromebooks, one to every middle schooler in the county. As a part of this initiative, we were asked by the Central Office administration … Continue reading

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Why Middle School is So Important

So, this is my 30th year in public education. 30 years. It seems like just yesterday I was walking into my first faculty meeting as a brand new teacher. Now, I am the one running the meetings. I cannot believe how … Continue reading

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Why Professional Conferences are Still Worth Attending

The landscape of professional development for school administrators has changed dramatically over the past five years, for a variety of reasons. The ability to be connected through Twitter chats and online resources make staying up to date on best practices … Continue reading

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