Tag Archives: Shanghai

Dispatch from the Road: Back in the Saddle Again….

Tweet Gene Autry sang it so well…. and yes… I am back in the saddle again as well. 47 years old, back in graduate school. This last 4 days have been the first of only a few face to face … 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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Taking on the New Mindset List for 2010

Tweet This article was published in the September 9, 2010 edition of The Eagle. Students continue to teach me and despite my role now working primarily with the teachers and administrators at SAS, I still slide out into the hallways … Continue reading

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Shanghai…Looking Back before the People’s Revolution

Tweet Shanghai from days gone by… 1947.  I love to read about history of this amazing city, and this is the first time I have seen this video attached. I have had some time to surf the net a bit … Continue reading

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