Connected Principals Posts

This is a cross post from my personal blog. This is my contribution to #leadershipday12. I want to star online generic viagra t by thanking Scott McLeod for spearheading this…

Read More Summer Lessons about Leadership

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Read More The No Complaining Rule

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by digitpediaI heard an administrator say this the other day regarding the use of  Twitter: “When would I have time to go…

Read More Management and Leadership

This is the season of new beginnings. Administrators search for novel ways to inspire their staffs and balance exciting initiatives and necessary mandates into a vision that will move a…

Read More 15 Tips for the New Principal

George Siemens wrote the Duplication theory of educational value about higher education, but I am going to share a quote from this with a couple adaptations for K-12 public education:…

Read More Personalization and Responsibility

Patrick Larkin wrote a piece yesterday about how his mind has changed over the past six or seven years; when he first read Collins’ Good to Great, he (as I did) essentially…

Read More Are you changing your mind?

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by andrew_mc_d I am going to have to admit it; the term “lurker” drives me nuts. I know that there is an…

Read More Why YOUR sharing matters

As part of Pennsylvania’s Inspired Leadership (PIL) program, as a principal I have the opportunity to participate in professional development sessions offered through the National Institute for School Leadership. I’m now involved…

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