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Even though there are so many reasons why a team may win or lose, the Steelers made an epic leadership mistake that cost them the game this week. They gave up on one of their players during the game.

I went into this position as a school leader thinking so much about what tasks have to get done and the programmatic changes that would need to be made. But as I reflect and gain experience (of course the best teacher) I realize that in most ways I had it all wrong. People’s feelings matter. 

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Edcamp started in 2010 in Philidephia, Pennsylvania, and continues to take off as a professional learning trend in education. It’s designed to be free, have noncommercial sessions, and use the ‘Rule of 2 Feet’ where participants can come and go as they please during sessions. Session topics are created by the participants on the day of the edcamp. Anyone can be a presenter or a learner, and many times will be both within the same session!

Whoever does the talking, does the learning. So 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 worldwide. But don’t worry, there is good news! We have a cure! There are a few steps you can take to prevent this horrible condition.

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 THE TRACKS…

“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? So much, that it’s now a cliche, and maybe we need to reconsider what it actually means!

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