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We need web literacy for teachers not just students

This talk from Alan November got me thinking further to a post that I wrote called: Avoiding “Just Google it!” with your students. One of the points in Alan’s talk refers to the need to explicitly teach web literacy skills to students in schools. 310 more words


Coach & Learn

Reflections on the first week of my first intensive coaching cycle.

Monday, Sept. 25th, marked the first day of my implementation of an intensive, educator-centered coaching cycle and 8 of the 9 teachers chosen for this four-week cycle are engaging in the process. 432 more words

Professional Growth

Self-reflection, perhaps the most important component of teacher evaluation

A variety of teacher evaluation models and methods are used in schools around the world and teacher and school leader attitudes towards them differ considerably. 606 more words

Education Leadership

Give Thanks

I am taking a moment to give thanks for all the great people I work with and who are helping me become a better instructional coach. 104 more words

Professional Growth

The Story of Strings

Just stopping by the blog quickly today to share something I thought you all would appreciate.

It’s about the power of sequential mastery, which is a really interesting concept and the focus of Gary Keller’s (yep, the “Keller” in Keller Williams) bestselling book, … 53 more words

Real Estate

What is networking, really?

I am still trying to get up to speed on blogging after a gap. Today I managed to push myself to write some R code and test it, and it worked. 698 more words

Professional Growth

Six Signs It May Be Time for You to Leave Your Job

As you navigate through your career, it can be tough to break away from the routine of your work life and evaluate your career’s future. This can sometimes lead to stagnation, as many people stay in roles that aren’t a good fit or do not advance them towards their career goals. 391 more words