Road Warriors

I am sitting in a hotel room in Tulsa, Oklahoma tonight. The room is full of native American art and is a departure from the typical Hilton/Marriott/IHG hotel that I usually frequent. After two delayed flights, I made it at a reasonable hour but am still waiting for two colleagues to arrive – both of whom have delayed flights as well.

This is a pretty typical story for the wonderful people I am and have worked with in the past. We are road warriors who have ‘travel’ as part of their job description to support thousands of teachers across the country. Even though most of our time is spent at home virtually working with people, there are always advantages to meeting face-to-face. A video conference just can’t compare to seeing and feeling the emotion in the room when teachers are learning something new or struggling with a problem or puzzle of practice.

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