Why kids take risks online: and how you can help

Whenever our kids share things, engage with others or hang out in online spaces, they are opening themselves up to risk and the real chance […]

Learning, Innovation, and Instagram (#IITB, Pt. 2 of 4): Building a Community of Learning

I’m watching—and, more importantly, participating in—the growth of another community of learning—the one fostered by writer-presenter-educator George Couros through the “Innovate Inside the Box [#IITB] […]

Safe teaching is risky teaching

I remember lots of important moments from my time in all levels of school. Many of them are my times with friends, conversations at the […]

10 things everyone should know about great school leaders

Teaching is one of the few professions where, as you progress and climb the educational ladder, the job you are doing begins to become almost […]

Let the tea steep: Why waiting is OK

Where I live in Indiana, two beverages are almost always available at get-togethers and pitch-in dinners — tea and lemonade. If only one of them […]

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