Author: Dwight Carter

Outside of school, most people apply learning across disciplines, scenarios, and experiences. For a majority of our lives as students, we are taught in a system that creates blocks of…

Read More Learning Is Irregular

At Gahanna Lincoln High School, several teachers have implemented the Flipped Classroom model. They and Assistant Principal, Aaron Winner (@aaronwinner), shared their Flipped experiences at our January staff meeting and…

Read More Flipping, Follow Up, Modeling, and Reflection

I attended the Ohio ASCD Conference on Tuesday, January 16th and heard former State Superintendent, Stan Heffner, deliver a compelling keynote presentation. He shared the three main correlates of successful schools:…

Read More I Am Among Experts

Author and Leadership Consultant, Ken Blanchard, wrote in one of his books, “Everything rises and falls on leadership.” I couldn’t agree more. However, I don’t think this has anything to…

Read More Leadership Principles

Last weekend was our annual Varsity Varieties Show and it was simply amazing to see all the talent on stage and behind the scenes! The Arts, both visual and performing,…

Read More GLHS’ Got Talent!

One of the most uplifting, exciting, and celebratory conferences for educators and students is the National Jostens Renaissance Conference which takes place every July. I’ve had the privilege of attending…

Read More “Something To Believe In”

It has been almost a year since I made the statement to my staff that I do not want them to assign a zero to any student until they intervene…

Read More No Zeros… Until Part II

Have you ever read one of those emails that just got under your skin? You know that email or post that just elevated your blood pressure to the point where…

Read More Pause Before You Post