Know, Care and Do

The title of this article was originally going to be titled, “Administrators, New Teachers Care, But May Not Know; New Teachers, Administrators Know, But Probably Don’t Care.”  It’s then that I realized a couple of things: There are only two elements in play, and, for any successful system to function properly, there needs to be…

Management Styles: What Kind of a Leader Are You?

If you’re in leadership at a school today, this article is meant for you. When it comes to teachers, it’s been said that even though teachers complete a rigorous curriculum which defines such things as learning styles, multiple intelligences, learning domains, along with preparing pre-assessments, lesson plans which are aligned with curricular standards, and assessments…

Continuous Improvement ≠ Transformational Innovation (or, 5 Things We Must Do To Improve Education) – Reading, Writing and “Teching”: Part 4 of 5

You may think the title of this article has the word “teaching” spelled incorrectly.  That assumption would be incorrect.  “Teching” was a termed coined in the early video game era, but some folks started to use it regarding the increasing utilization of technology. Today, most children “tech” for enjoyment…alright, young adults do too (and perhaps,…