Tag Archives: education

A Collection of Thoughts to My School Community

The following is a collection of thoughts I am sharing with my Joint School Board next week: “…There is no question that reading no longer just means consuming. It’s all about pulling out the most salient, relevant pieces and doing … Continue reading

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May Guest Blog Series: Ed Leadership in the 21st Century

During the month of April, I reached out to about a dozen members of my PLN and asked them to guest blog on TransLeadership sometime in during the month of May.  Almost all those that I reached out to were … Continue reading

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Rethinking “Educated”

As usual, Will Richardson has me thinkly deeply.  This time about education and what it means to be educated.  In a recent post, Will wrote, “I think the big question for the next decade is this: In 2020, will schools … Continue reading

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Modularized Curriculum

I’ve been away too long and have missed writing in my blog.   I have been wanting to write this post for several weeks… Disrupting Class, the revolutionary book by Clayton Christensen and Michael Horn, has been one of the “hot” … Continue reading

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Note Taking Skills? Is that All?

I’ve been involved in a local initiative as of late.  We are trying to develop a long-term strategic plan for our school system.  I am part of two subcommittees, each of which are comprised of administrators, teaches, parents and community … Continue reading

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