Tag: Peter Drucker

Years ago, I remembered walking into this redesigned library that was seemingly the stuff of dreams in education.  It was more like a media center and had spaces that were created for collaborative learning as well as spaces to work your own. Flexible seating accommodated the learning needs of many different learners, and it was … [Read more…]

Read More Going Beyond the “Cool” Factor

In a workshop day with a fantastic group of educators, there was a comment on how to differentiate for our “high, mid, and low students.”  This language is something that I have used before because when looking at what we teach, it is easy to fall into this trap. If we look at who we teach, what we … [Read more…]

Read More High, Mid, and Low

Attending so many conferences, there is a common theme that you will hear from most. How do we get our students better at school? They might not say that straight out, but it is the underlying narrative. What I do not hear enough is, “How do we start to find the brilliance and talents in … [Read more…]

Read More What Lies Within Us?

Attending so many conferences, there is a common theme that you will hear from most. How do we get our students better at school? They might not say that straight out, but it is the underlying narrative. What I do not hear enough is, “How do we start to find the brilliance and talents in … [Read more…]

Read More What Lies Within Us?