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Over the years, I have made the point of highlighting some of the many teachers who not only had a positive impact on me as a student but also have a tremendous amount of influence on me today. In Disruptive Thinking in Our Classrooms, the stories of Mrs. Williams (kindergarten), Mr. South (middle school science), and Dr. Hynoski (high school science) were shared. While each in its own right […]
While there are many challenging aspects when it comes to leadership, one that typically rises to the top is dealing with difficult personalities. As the saying goes, it’s typically the 1% that gives you 99% of the problems. Some people might take offense to the previous statement. Still, if you read it carefully, it sends a powerful message that most people possess a personality that is […]
Is there such a thing as a “small” win? I think we can challenge this notion as the overall impact is in the eye of the beholder. Jude King shared the following:Small wins can be as important or even more important than the big ones. And there are two main reasons why. First, without the small wins, the big one likely won’t happen — we give up in disappointment and frustration […]