“You have an enormous opportunity to change students’ lives.” —Michael D. Toth, CEO, Learning Sciences International By Theresa Staley Of all the things you do in this life, make it your mission to leave a lasting imprint on your students that’s so bold, it defines your legacy and resonates well into the future. […]
By Scott Sterling Reflection should be a regular component of a teacher’s practice, but some times of the year seem to be tailor-made for reflective study. One of those times is at the beginning of the calendar year, which may signal the midpoint of the school year or the start of a new term/semester. Just […]
By Scott Sterling A professional learning community is only as strong as the sum of its parts. A group of apathetic teachers will only produce apathetic results. Part of that can be solved by the initial grouping, but some things need to be left to the individual educators. Here are some tips to make sure […]
By Scott Sterling One of the key pieces of the beginning of the school year is the establishment or reestablishment of a school’s professional learning communities (PLCs). Although PLCS are a common practice in modern education, perhaps a school has a new leadership team or quite a few new teachers. Or perhaps they just want […]
By Scott Sterling The story of Michael Jordan, the greatest basketball player to ever put on sneakers, being cut from his high school basketball team has reached the stuff of legend (a legend that’s true, but legend nonetheless). It’s a story of perseverance—and practice. The story has implications for any skill that requires effort toward […]
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