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The Person Behind the Report- Putting Yourself Out There!!

Tweet Each month our school board asks me to write a short summary report about the happenings on my campus. The school has 1400 students, some great and amazing administrators, amazing teacher leaders and a whole bunch of stuff going … Continue reading

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Unimportant Information

Tweet It’s been awhile since I’ve last posted.  Life, doctoral studies and other complications have gotten in the way of me finding a little bit of time each week to write, reflect and think.  Nonetheless, the time is now right … Continue reading

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What Administrators Need? I Need Teachers Who Think like Distance Runners

Tweet One of my administrative colleagues at my school here in Shanghai is a marathon runner. I am not. The mere thought of running for more than my personal requirement of 30 minutes three times a week makes me want … Continue reading

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Leadership Style? Good Question!

Tweet Lately I have been asked more than once the million dollar question: What is your leadership style? I find the question a bit loaded. It is loaded with possibilities, opportunities and HUGE potholes. The answer can be simple or … Continue reading

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1:1- Resources, Teachers, Committed Leaders, Student Centered Approaches and PD!- It is Common Sense!

Tweet I don’t often get a chance to quote Arnold Schwarzenegger but I will today. This from an edweek.org article: “How can kids compete in the global economy when the information the schools feed them is stale and is outdated … Continue reading

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Buried in 2nd Guessing?

Tweet We all face it. Probably everyday. I used to joke that I was paid for it.  Being Second-guessed that is. What is it that makes people do this. The Monday morning quarterbacks, the know-it-alls, the behind-the-lines generals of the … Continue reading

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