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Teaching Methods

One of the first things I figured out about innovation and leadership is that there is a seed of creative brilliance in every single person. It doesn’t matter where their scores fall on standardized tests, or how their status ranks on the playground or in the boardroom, or whether they’re

Professional Learning

Can you imagine a school district in-service that teachers look forward to attending? Is it possible that PD days can include engaging personalized sessions, food

“Teacher Leaders are the most important leaders we have in the district!” –Cobb County School District Superintendent, Chris Ragsdale Many district leaders have been similarly quoted regarding

Reflective practice creates a rich opportunity to both plan for and also learn from experience, as teachers, teacher leaders, administrators and anyone who engages the


This is the third in a series of three posts. Check out Teams—Don’t Go It Alone and Teams—Build a Team to see the latest in

As another Father’s Day draws near, I wonder why we forget to sing praises to our fathers more often. I am guilty of this. From

Why have teams? Teams share the load. Many hands make for lighter work. But beyond that, there is a psychological power to teams. Teams allow