Posts Tagged “management”

Input, Output and Responsibility

By | March 7, 2011

This graphic sums up what I’ve seen in visits and conversations across a dozen or so districts in the last year. Sadly, many more fall in Section I than in Section IV. How is it that degreed adults can be trusted with the future of their students, but not with the use of the basic […]

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Foundations

By | December 17, 2008

I don’t go to the beach much, but whenever my nieces and nephews visit, you can bet we’ll spend at least a day or two there.  Where I live, the main commercial section of the beach is only about 6 miles from our home. Our favorite area to visit is a section of beach in […]

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Managing the Modern Classroom

By | July 14, 2008

When we began preparing for our laptop program rollout, teachers were excited but a bit nervous.  One thing we’ve tried to do is give them a chance to communicate with us and with one another about the challenges they see in the year ahead.  We began a Google Doc for them to use to share […]

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