Does this PLC Cover Me?

The idea of a Professional Learning Community, a PLC, is awesome. I want to sit with other professionals and participate in critical conversations around student work, […]

One Good Strategy

Early learners of anything flounder. Their learning is almost visible in their struggles. It is easy to forget how little things can make a big impact. […]

Refuse to Accelerate

As an adult I have control over a great deal. I retain control of what I attend to, especially in this hyperactive news environment. The truth is, […]

Leadership #EduBlogsClub

This post is a product of the 30 Days of Blogging Challenge and post 3 in a series of posts for EduBlogs Club. Leadership Authority Your Principal. Some […]

Three Things about SAMR

Recently I listened to SAMR described in a new way which changed my opinion of its immediate usefulness with educators. When you view popular SAMR graphics you may […]

What? Principals Are In It For The Money?

This post was originally published in @PeterMDeWitt’s blog Finding Common Ground in Education Week. Today’s guest post is written by frequent Finding Common Ground blogger Lisa Westman. […]

My Blog Story #EduBlogsClub

I am participating in a couple of Blogging Challenges to stay engaged on my blog and to mix up the content. I would love for […]

2017 Blogging Goals

Happy New Year! Sorry, should I whisper? Ready or not, you woke up to a new year today! What are you going to do with […]

Lead Nobody

Have you ever noticed that something is missing from some leaders? Like followers? How did that happen and how can you avoid falling into that […]

Move Your Content: Version 1 to Version 2

Throughout teaching you encounter many versions of things. There are parent/student perceptions, there are versions of assignments for different IEPs, and there is what the lunch […]

Curation of Content

Walking in to Steven Anderson’s session on Curating Content the Right Way I felt okay about the curation of my professional learning. That changed by the end of the […]

Different but not Better

Educators are the nicest people you will ever meet. That makes it extra tough, but at some point “trying #edtech” is not enough. By only trying […]

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