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What can cows in the field teach us?
Which kind of leader are you? In his book, Leadership Gold, John Maxwell says, “Most leaders naturally fall into either the climber or the connector camp. They are either highly positional or highly relational.” Over the past few blog posts we’ve been examining the characteristics of each- remember, neither is better than the other. You actually need characteristics
2016 is on the way! As we get closer to the New Year, I encourage you to make a plan that will support you in your best life. My dad used to say, “Plan the work. Work the plan.” I’ve expanded on that a bit. I say, “Plan your life. Live your plan.” I believe
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Nightly reflection will change your classroom. When you lay down to sleep each night review three things that went well at school. Then set an intention to recognize three positive impacts you have on students the next day as they occur. As you make this part of your daily practice, you will become more clearly
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to Get Your Classroom Closed Up and You Out On Time Hello teacher friend, Are you ready for the year to end? Is your classroom cleaned up, packed, and ready to go? Sheesh, the end of the year is exhausting. But Honey, I am NOT into overwhelm, frustration, nor exhaustion! I created the International Academy
Standardized testing is a fact of life. Every school I’ve ever been in has some form of testing/accountability- private, public, religious… Comparing school to school, I’ve found there are many factors that influence the level of anxiety felt by the teaching staff in regard to testing. Imagine… one school is filled with students who are