Category: Embodying Visionary Leadership

I enjoy using images to share ideas. In a post on my Pair-a-Dimes blog, I shared the ‘Embracing Change’ image, also shared below. As I said in the post: “…we’…

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Recently, I had the opportunity to visit schools in Sydney, Australia and on one of these days, I was asked a few questions about where schools are going, and specifically,…

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In my role as a high school Assistant Principal, I am also a grade coordinator. I met my “class” almost three years ago when they started grade 10. These kids (almost…

Read More How do you want to be remembered?

     Instructionally savvy educators know that personalized learning is the heart of student success.  As schools strive to customize education through instructional design, technology efforts and professional learning, highly successful…

Read More Pointing To Your True North

  “Too bold. Not bold enough. Too fast. Not fast enough.” As school leaders, administration and teachers alike, seek to enhance and even redefine the quality of learning and community…

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Originally published by Johnny Bevacqua on Figuring It Out   I have a style issue.  No, I’m not walking around wearing my 1980’s acid washed jeans or rugby pants…(oh the…

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I have talked about the notion of “classroom teacher” vs. “school teacher” in posts before, and have begun to rethink this notion. Simply put, a “classroom teacher” is someone that…

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This is a bit of a rant… This morning I was pinged on a tweet sharing the article, “Why new technologies could never replace great teaching“.  For some reason, I…

Read More Our Thinking Has to Change

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by Tim & Selena Middleton Often when speaking to groups about technology and “Bring Your Own Device” initiatives, I will have someone…

Read More Inequity and BYOD