Note: This blog post was originally posted for the Sevenzo.org “Belonging Challenge. Check out their site for more perspectives from educators around the country. I teach in one of the whitest states in the United States in a very rural Continue reading Student Civil Rights Group Helps Classmates Feel Like They Belong
Matt Drewette-Card (@drewettecard) wrote a piece for Sevenzo about professional learning, belonging and ownership, and modeling. Here’s the link to the article: http://bit.ly/2eKGumR Thanks for checking it out!
How Might An Empathetic Peg Find Its Role in Educational Leadership? An ENFP Reflects Photo by Dmitry Ratushny for Unsplash A true free spirit? Hardly. A brief history of my experience with the Myers-Briggs, the Enneagram, and other personality profiles of this Continue reading How Might An Empathetic Peg Find Its Role in Educational Leadership?
This week’s #EdChatME (Oct 3, 2016) tackled an issue that every educator (either teacher or administrator) has faced many times, and will face again: Resistance to Change. Change is hard. We know this. But change is also a constant in life. And Continue reading Resistance to Change