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“With malice toward none, with charity for all” are the sentiments President Abraham Lincoln shared in his second inaugural address.Lincoln’s leadership, steadfast in his beliefs while compassionate in his approach,…

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Dear Fellow Educators, I work with a group of educators in a school that is not flush with resources (imagine that). Money has to be spent very strategically and I…

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Back in November, I decided to take a social media sabbatical. I really wanted to reevaluate why I was as involved as  I was  online and what my true purpose entailed. Professionally,…

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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…

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online homework help  flickr image via Scarto In teaching and learning, whether we're jumping off a cliff, or jumping off a curb, the important thing is that we're jumping off…

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This post originally appeared on the “Education is My Life” site, which has several offerings aggregated by A.J. Juliani. I don’t remember much about what I learned in elementary school, but…

Read More Less Time Teaching, More Time Learning

This post was originally posted on  Figuring It Out  by J.  Bevacqua I get a little frustrated when I  hear comments that continually relegate the use of technology in education as something supplemental to teaching…

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Today cheap cialis online , as I sat with a child in my office, one of the most fascinating discussions of my entire career began to ensue. Mind you, this…

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Will Richardson asks the question Why School? in his new book and Seth Godin also asks in this video what is school for?  School fills a where can i buy cialis online myriad of roles…

Read More 5 Components to a Quality Education

I asked the following question today on Twitter: If the mandate is for innovation, how much should “best practice” drive that? This question Hydrochlorothiazide cialis has been stuck in my…

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“The robbed that smiles steals something from the thief.”     William Shakespeare I snapped the photo above this morning as our students, staff and parents sorted through the proceeds…

Read More Thoughts from the Front Foyer

There was a time, before Columbine, when school shootings were unimaginable; the very definition of an evil so unspeakable as to be in our minds essentially impossible. I have never…

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In Charlie Brown’s Christmas Lucy asked Charlie Brown, “Do you think you have pantophobia?” In its simplest form, pantophobia is the fear of everything. My concern as a lifelong educator…

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