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New Marks New Discoveries article in SchoolArts Magazine, September 2016

In this post Mr. Juarez shares with you an article he wrote on one of the projects that he introduces to Art Foundations 1 students. This project is a staple in the art curriculum at Sheboygan North High School. 

Sheboygan North Art Department

The Positive Impact of Video Conferencing in IT Companies

“Adapt or perish, now as ever, is nature’s inexorable imperative.”

H.G. Wells

VC in its most rudimentary form has been around for quite a while now, but it’s literally changing the way in which we communicate, replicating and inspiring the camaraderie and empathy that any successful business should predicate its success upon.

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humble inquiry

As I mentioned in my previous post I am moving to a new school….. this book has revolutionized every aspect of what I hope to achieve as we create positive change and consolidate on what works….. 458 more words


School leaders do have favourites, for good reasons!

There was a recurring theme in the recent feedback on school leadership by teachers in the school I work at – favouritism.

The gist of it is that there are certain teachers who are considered, by a few, to be the “favourites” of the leadership team. 710 more words


Moving #innovation from "permitted" to "possible"

As the dust settles on the Federal election results, the Turnbull government has already been taken to task for failing to get one of its key messages across to the public: how to take advantage of the economic, technological, scientific, social and cultural opportunities inherent in the… 675 more words

#Content In Context

Dupont Deux Amis Lost Abbey

Everyone seems to like the idea of a collaboration beer. They’ve become a drinkable symbol of the cooperative and friendly ideals of the craft beer movement. 390 more words


Are you Asking the Right Questions?

Yesterday, a colleague, Sean Mieghan,  posted a great little video that clearly demonstrates the importance of asking the right questions.

“Life is Good” owners tell us that their ideas came from the questions their mother asked every day at the dinner table.   56 more words

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