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A Little Humor for the end of Another School Year As you all pack-up your classrooms and get ready for summer, I thought instead of a video this week, I’d share a little something a friend sent to me last week. I think we can all relate (at least a little) with the 6 phases
Pack and Unpack with Ease and Grace This week we focus on helping you get your classroom packed up efficiently. Take 5 minutes to watch the video and save yourself time and energy during your packing for summer. Be sure to leave me a comment on which tip is your favorite! Many blessings for the
You have entered the home stretch of the year! Enjoy your Monday holiday. After it is over your school year will virtually disappear right before your eyes, but first take a moment to reflect and give thanks. In America we are celebrating Memorial Day on Monday. Please everyone take a moment to remember and give
The leader finds a way for the team to succeed Are you the embodiment of victory? This week we talk about why it is important for educators to be the living picture of victory. Leave a comment to share HOW you embody victory for your students or colleagues. Enjoy, Want to be notified via email
No microwaving allowed. This week we focus on Law number three from John Maxwell’s book The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership: The Law of Process. Much like life, leadership is a process. I love this idea. It sort of takes the pressure off to be a great leader immediately. This law allows us to grow
Build your skills of influence and enjoy the benefits in your classroom. This week we focus on Law number two from John Maxwell’s book The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership. Classroom success will come to you with fewer struggles when you get the Law of Influence working for you. In fact, when you adhere to
There’s a lid on your classroom effectiveness that you may not even know about. In all my years teaching and/or training to be an effective teacher no one ever mentioned this to me. Now that I know about it, I want to shout it from the roof tops to all my teacher friends. Understanding this