Monthly Archives: August 2015

Teachers Need to Talk to Learn

Whoever does the talking, does the learning.┬áSo who talks in your staff meetings, professional development, and classrooms? Ever since the really cool invention of projectors, there has been a serious and sad condition called, “Death by PowerPoint” in staff meetings

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Believe in Your Success

Pulling up to the railroad tracks… Crossing lights off, arms up… Each car slows down while crossing… One car STOPS right in the middle of the tracks… The driver looks left, looks right… WHILE STILL STOPPED IN THE MIDDLE OF

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You Better Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself

“The Answer is in the Room” (But are you honest about why you can’t or won’t see it?) How many times have we said, “We can do this, the ANSWER IS IN THE ROOM” when we try to solve problems?

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