People think I’m crazy when I say it’s possible to have: A clean desk before you leave An empty inbox once a day A to-do […] .
Twitter is great for a lot of things—connecting with your PLN, sharing ideas, participating in the #ILCHAL chat, and more—but there’s one thing it’s not great for: communicating with families. Sure, you may have some families following your school account, but the stats aren’t encouraging: only a single-digit percentage of your followers will actually see […] .
A free PDF resource for school leaders I believe that high-performance instructional leaders listen with the language of learning, and listening starts with asking good questions. Here are 10 questions you can ask to have better conversations about instruction. You can use these questions: In formal observation postconferences After walkthroughs For peer coaching During lesson […] .
You have lots of information that you need to keep for documentation purposes. You know…just in case. The kind of information that you hope never comes up again, like that parent who was mad one day and filed a complaint with the state. Or the special education meeting that went south. You know what I […] .
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Thom Markham Redefining Smart: Awakening Students’ Power to Reimagine Their World.
Rozlyn Linder her Chart Sense book series. Chart Sense.
Lisa Lande her work at the Teacher Voice & Aspirations International Center .
Russell Quaglia Student Voice: The Instrument of Change.
Justin Baeder building instructional leadership capacity in your school in a special episode of Principal Center Radio .