Last year when writing Hacking Early Learning I had been spending a lot of time in classrooms. Coming from years at the secondary level, kindergarten students and staff almost spoke a different language than I did. Seriously, I had no idea what a Riso Machine was for the first 3 months on the job (and honestly 6 … Continue reading Leading from your feet, not your seat…take two.
So the challenge to create a #FamilyBookTalk first came via Dr. Brad Gustafson Family Book Talk post. Then during our Thursday night Mastermind my weekly personal challenge was to spend more quality time with Isaiah (thanks Danny for the motivation), because well five years ago this was us: Five years ago we were recently mother and son…..five years later he … Continue reading Yes Day! #familybooktalk #principalinbalance
The end of September for educators can at times be similar to the mid points of a marathon. Too late to turn around and too far ahead to think about the finish. It can be hard not to compare your journey with others-and something I used to (and still slip into) focusing on in my … Continue reading Getting What You Want Out of Leading and Life.