Category: Developing and Facilitating Leadership

2020 is an opportunity for schools to re-explore their relationship to digital citizenship. The growing erosion of our privacy as well as our amplified cohabitation with Artificial Intelligence (AI) present…

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It was a hot, humid June 17, 2000, group hike in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. We were on the exposed ledge of the Welch-Dickey trail. For you non-hikers, exposed ledge…

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I have always believed that relationships are the foundation of a great school. It is unlikely that people will really push their learning and be innovative if they do not…

Read More The Culture You Create

The world today is changing at a fast pace. We are seeing advances in technology at a frenetic rate, which is having a powerful impact on our learners. It is…

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There is a belief that children nowadays are natural, “Digital Natives”, and that we adults on the sidelines are “Digital Immigrants”. The dexterity and comfort many children demonstrate when interacting…

Read More …leave the kids alone?

Over the last few weeks, an outstanding series produced by ARTE called “Do Not Track Me” has become available and is getting quite a bit of social media attention. The…

Read More Our connected data.

This post was originally published by Johnny Bevacqua at Figuring It Out I have the best job in the world. Being around talented, passionate, inquisitive, creative, compassionate and fun people is…

Read More The (Sometimes) Reluctant Principal

I’ve never been on a cruise ship, but I have lots of friends who tell me you couldn’t find a better vacation choice.
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Although I’d love to try one, I’ll have to take their word for it. With my four children, road trips and camping are usually our most affordable choices for summer vacation.

At the same time, when others ask me what I plan to do with all the time without students at school, I’ll usually say, “Well, it’s kind of like a cruise ship. We just unloaded all the passengers, so we’ll spend the next two months stocking up, rehiring where needed, and preparing for the next voyage.” Read More 5 Tips On Preparing For Your Next Launch