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15

Aug'14

Timing Matters

This week my oldest son started high school. I was surprised that some of the same anxieties that I encountered on …

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07

Aug'14

School Improvement is Messy Work

There are few jobs that are tougher than being a parent. Raising children is a demanding job requiring patience, focus, …

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16

May'14

Professional Learning: Watching for Growth

Our house has a beautiful, lush yard thanks to the landscaping genius of the former owners.  Besides a plethora of …

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14

May'14

The End in Mind

A few weeks ago I attended the funeral of my best friend’s mom. My friend’s mom, Norma, was one of …

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25

Apr'14

Letting Go

Last week I listened to an interview on NPR with the former head of Pixar, Ed Catmull. When questioned about …

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09

Jan'14

Leadership and Core Values

Recently I had the opportunity to hear Dr. Tom Osborne speak on leadership–to be more exact ethical leadership. For those …

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05

Dec'13

The Assessment Relationship

As I have been wrestling with trying to convey and clarify what assessments mean both formative and summative, I keep …

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08

Nov'13

Look out for the Cracks

  This past summer I broke a bone in my hand. The bone I broke is called the scaphoid. The …

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09

May'13

The Five Things You Should Say to Your Teachers Before Summer

This week a good friend shared with me a post on iVillage about 19 things you should say to your …

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01

May'13

Dealing with the Expected

I am so frustrated with this year’s “spring” weather, it is May Day and temperatures are in the 30’s and 40’s with …

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